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Kybella® Cleveland

Kybella KYBELLA® is the only FDA-approved non-surgical injectable treatment that permanently destroys fat cells under the chin to improve your profile and allow for a more youthful appearance, removing the fat that causes the “double chin”.

The active ingredient in KYBELLA®, deoxycholic acid, is naturally occurring in the body and aids in the breakdown and absorption of dietary fat. Approved for injection into the fat beneath the chin only, Kybella will destroy the fat cells, leaving the patient with a noticeable reduction in fullness. After Kybella treatment, the cells can no longer store fat.

The number of Kybella treatments vary per patient. A treatment plan will be setup the patient at your initial consultation with Dr. Parry and will be tailored to meet specific goals. Treatments should be scheduled at least one month apart and can range from 3 to 6 treatments.


How long do the effects of Kybella treatment last?

Once the desired aesthetic goal is reached, the effects of the Kybella treatment are permanent since some of the fat cells are destroyed during this treatment.

Is Kybella a good alternative to surgery?

As a double board certified facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Parry will develop the best cosmetic plan to meet your aesthetic goals. Kybella is a less invasive treatment than surgery. Dr. Parry will work closely with you to explore all surgical and non-surgical treatments.

How much downtime is there after Kybella injection?

There is no downtime after a Kybella treatment, however, patients may have some temporary swelling, bruising, or numbness under the chin.

Have more questions?

During your consultation, Dr. Parry will discuss Kybella injections in greater detail. Contact us today to schedule your Cleveland facial plastic surgery consultation.

Always trust your face to a double board certified, fellowship trained facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon