Your treatment plan will be tailored to your unique aesthetic profile. However, you may need up to 6 treatments spaced out over the course of at least several months, depending on your specific needs and treatment goals.
Kybella in Denver
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Double chins, contrary to what many people believe, aren’t necessarily tied to a person’s weight and body shape.
The reality is that, even if you exercise regularly and maintain a healthy diet, double chins can be hard to get rid of.
If you’re tired of looking in the mirror and seeing these stubborn pockets of fat, Aria Integrative Health can give you a solution in the form of Kybella in Denver.
What It Treats:
- Double chin
- Excess submental fat
How Does Kybella Work?
Kybella in Denver works by using its main active ingredient of synthetic deoxycholic acid. This particular ingredient occurs naturally within the body and assists the body with breaking down fat. When injected directly into your chin, the FDA-approved formula non-surgically destroys fat cells in the treatment area. And since fat cells don’t grow back, it leads to a permanent reduction of body fat!
At your appointment for Kybella in Denver, our provider will assess the treatment area. Then they will make a series of tiny injections into the chin. Your body will continue to break down fat cells over the coming weeks, and subsequent treatments ensure that we thoroughly treat any excess fat. Most patients will see noticeable results after a series of 3 to 6 treatments.
Benefits of Kybella in Denver
Aria Integrative Health prides itself on being the premier provider of Kybella in Denver. What sets us apart is our comprehensive approach to healthcare, which focuses on the whole person rather than just aesthetics and wellness alone. Combining the best technology and training available with diverse expertise allows us to provide patients, their families, and our community with lasting improvements to their well-being.
Frequently Asked Questions
We can determine if Kybella is a good fit for you at your consultation with Aria Integrative Health. Our medical aestheticians are careful to recommend the most effective treatment plan for each patient. From our relaxing amenities to our comfortable injection techniques, you can be confident that your double-chin treatment will be a positive and rewarding experience.
We also evaluate the number of injections that you may need to get. Depending on your specific situation and your personal goals, you may need repeated Kybella treatments for maximum results.
While you won’t need to do much before coming in to get Kybella in Denver, we advise that you discontinue aspirin, anti-inflammatory medications, and other blood-thinning medications for at least 5 days prior, with the approval of your doctor. These medications can increase your likelihood of bruising after the injections.
The most common side effects of using Kybella are swelling, bruising, pain, numbness, and redness. If you experience more serious side effects, such as tissue cell death or open sores, please contact your medical provider immediately.
There are a couple of steps you should take after your injection to minimize the chance of complications or side effects and to optimize your results. Our provider will review the preparation and aftercare with you, but you can expect to avoid exercise for 2 days after treatment and to avoid touching the treatment area. You may need to sleep with your head elevated as well to avoid bruising.
The shape of your face will fluctuate based on certain factors, including your diet and how often you exercise. However, the procedure does completely destroy the fat cells within the area to help patients achieve permanent results!
We ask that you wait for a few weeks after your Kybella injections to get most kinds of other face treatments. This includes other injectables such as Botox or filler. If you have other treatments in mind that you’d like to receive, please let us know at your consultation, and we’ll design a treatment plan that both accommodates your timeline and your goals.