Enjoy Kybella injections for noninvasive treatment of the double chin with a New York, NY, professional
At Skinprovement Dermatology of New York, we provide various medical and surgical dermatology solutions with our board-certified provider. We also offer a selection of cosmetic treatments to help improve the face, body, and skin. Adult men and women who are unhappy with submental fullness, or the “double chin,” may believe that their only option for treatment is surgery. Fortunately, today’s field of medicine has introduced an effective, nonsurgical, and noninvasive alternative for the treatment of double chin called Kybella.
Understanding how Kybella works
Dr. Stephen Comite describes Kybella as an injectable treatment for double chin. It works by using an ingredient called deoxycholic acid. This ingredient practically melts away fat cells where it is injected. By injecting Kybella into the double chin, patients will gradually improve their submental fullness over time. Fat cells are flushed through the patient’s lymphatic system safely, leaving behind a notable improvement in the fat underneath the chin and jaw. Many patients will find that they can almost eliminate the double chin and restore self-confidence with several injections over time.
How often do I need Kybella injections?
Our board-certified dermatologist, Stephen Comite, MD, FAAD, will evaluate a patient to determine if they are the right candidate for Kybella. Then, he will suggest how many treatments might be needed to achieve the results that the patient desires. Treatments are commonly spaced apart by several weeks, and most patients will need anywhere from four to six weeks to initially see the changes.
What are the benefits of Kybella?
- An affordable solution
- Minimal downtime
Call Dr. Stephen Comite today to learn more about Kybella injections
Kybella is just one of many services provided at the practice of Skinprovement Dermatology of New York. Call our board-certified dermatologist to find out more. His facility is located at 110 East 40th Street in Suite #402 and can be reached by calling (212) 933-9490.
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