Devlin Cosmetic Surgery offering Kybella Injections
By Michael A. Devlin, MD on August 26, 2015
Are you one of the hundreds of thousands of people that have taking part in the “selfie” trend?
While looking at your photos, are you constantly looking at your neck and wondering how to get rid of your double chin?
Maybe you have sworn to yourself that you would never have a double-chin like your relatives, but now you find yourself staring at a double-chin of your very own.
The good news is that now there is a new treatment for this double chin. Cosmetic Surgeon, Dr. Michael Devlin, is proud to bring Kybella, an exciting non surgical treatment, to his patients in Little Rock, Arkansas.
In the past, the only option to treat the dreaded double chin was with surgery, either by a facelift/necklift or by liposuction. Now there is another option for treating this area. This could be a benefit for some patients who may not be a good surgical candidate due to the risk factors involved with a general anesthesia.
What is Kybella and how to make sure you choose the right person to perform the injections?
Kybella is a non-surgical injectable used for reducing moderate to severe fat on the upper neck, otherwise known as a "double chin." The injection contains a naturally occurring molecule that literally melts away the fat. It has been the biggest thing to hit the aesthetics field since Botox, and since no surgery is involved, it is posed to be one of the most requested treatments for the neck.
Because Kybella was just recently released by the FDA for the treatment of double chins, you may be hearing of many places that are offering this new treatment. You may also be hearing of some med spas that are beginning to offer this revolutionary treatment. While this may be a tempting choice, a word of caution needs to be given when choosing who you want to be injecting this product. While Kybella is a non surgical treatment with little downtime, it still poses potential risks that should be explained to you at length before the treatment takes place. Physicians who have significant training in facial anatomy should be the ones that are performing the treatments. More specifically, surgeons that have performed numerous facelift and necklift surgeries will be your safest choice when thinking about undergoing Kybella treatment. Dr. Devlin most recently underwent special training, specifically in injecting Kybella, and is proud to be one of the first in Arkansas to provide this new non surgical option for reducing chin fat. With almost 20 years experience in facial surgery, who better to trust your face with other than Dr. Michael Devlin?
Here are some additional facts about Kybella:
- Minimally invasive
- No downtime
- Better appearance
- Youthful look
- No surgery
- No general anesthesia
- Very rare and minimal side effects (typically bruising, pain, and redness at the injection points)
To learn more about Kybella or to find out if Kybella is a good choice for you, contact Devlin Cosmetic Surgery for your complimentary consultation today.
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