Discover Kybella: a Truly Revolutionary Way to Reduce Your Unsightly Double Chin!
The appearance of a double chin can be an extremely frustrating aesthetic concern. Caused by an accumulation of excess subcutaneous fatty tissue around the chin and neck, the double chin, also called “submental fullness”, can be the result of your genetic make-up, the normal aging process, or weight gain. Yet regardless of the cause of your double chin, it can seriously undermine your natural beauty and is frustratingly difficult to reduce on your own. However, the recent introduction of a new injectable treatment designed specifically to target excess fatty deposits causing your double chin can restore and enhance your youthful, naturally-beautiful appearance!*
At the Virginia Institute of Plastic Surgery, with offices conveniently located in Richmond and Vienna, VA, Board Certified plastic surgeons Dr. Burton Sundin and Dr. Reps Sundin the most advanced non-invasive treatment for submental fullness: Kybella by Kythera. This revolutionary injectable treatment, approved by the FDA, is designed to reduce excess fatty deposits at the root of the so-called “double chin”. By selecting these highly qualified plastic surgeons, with the extensive knowledge of facial anatomy, to administer your Kybella injections, you can reduce the sight of excess chin fat while minimizing risk and discomfort.*
*Free consultations do not apply to PRP, Scar Revision, Earlobe Repair, Revision Surgery, or Insurance related procedures or conditions.
Injectable Kybella: Procedural Details
Kybella is a new injectable intended to reduce submental fullness, or excess fat underneath the chin that can cause the appearance of a double chin. Currently the only injectable that is FDA-approved to target and reduce submental fullness, Kybella is comprised of a precision formulation of deoxycholic acid, a naturally-occurring substance that allows the body to remove dietary fat. When precisely injected into the chin and neck area, Kybella reduces the cell membranes of the excess fat located on top of the next muscles. Once injected, the fat cells burst and are reabsorbed by the body. *
A standard Kybella injection can be administered in the office by one of our highly qualified medical practitioners in about 15-20 minutes, and involves very small injections into the chin area, usually spaced about 1cm apart. The injections utilize an extremely small needle, and for most patients, the treatment causes little discomfort. Side effects may be mild and temporary, and can include swelling, bruising, and numbness at the injection site. The injections do not require any significant downtime, and you can return to your regularly scheduled activities immediately. Individual results may vary, but most patients will require between two to six treatments spaced one month apart for optimal effect. *
Contact the Virginia Institute of Plastic Surgery
At the Virginia Institute of Plastic Surgery, with offices conveniently located in Richmond and Tyson’s Corner, our ultimate goal is to help you achieve naturally-gorgeous results that reflect your inner beauty and vitality, while providing you with excellent medical care that maintains and supports your health and well-being. Dr. Burton Sundin and Dr. Reps Sundin are both Board Certified in plastic surgery with extensive specialized training and decades of experience, enabling them to stay abreast of the latest advancements in cosmetic surgery and non-surgical rejuvenation procedures. Their dedication to the powerful combination of cutting-edge techniques, open and honest communication, and a patient-centric philosophy is sure to maximize your safety and comfort.*
If you are interested in reducing your double chin with revolutionary Kybella injections, or would more information on any of our surgical or non-surgical rejuvenation procedures, we encourage you to contact the Virginia Institute of Plastic Surgery to schedule an appointment today. We look forward to hearing from you!*
*DISCLAIMER: Individual results may vary. Results are neither guaranteed nor permanent. All patients must have realistic expectations of what plastic surgery and/or non-surgical procedures can achieve.