Kybella® ST. Peters and ST. Louis, MO

Lose Your Double Chin Without Surgery

Men and women who have long been struggling to slim down that stubborn double chin may now finally have an answer in Kybella. This non-surgical injectable treatment helps to destroy the hard-to-lose submental fat cells, leaving in their place a well-contoured chin and jawline.

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How Kybella defeats the double chin

Kybella is an injectable treatment, formulated with deoxycholic acid to safely and effectively kill problem fat cells along the underside of your chin. This submental fat is often difficult to target and resistant to traditional weight loss methods such as diet and exercise. Healthy men and women at a stable weight may even suffer from the appearance of a double chin due to age, genetics, or other factors.

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During your Kybella treatment, we will use a specially designed template to mark the exact injection points beneath your chin. A syringe is then used to carefully administer each Kybella injection at the marked points—this allows for a smooth and even reduction of the problem fat for completely natural-looking results. A single Kybella session may take anywhere from 15-30 minutes to complete, and we may recommend a series of up to six treatment sessions at one month intervals for optimal results.

You will begin to notice a slimming of your chin after about 2-4 sessions with Kybella. The best part is that once the fat is gone, it will not come back. With a healthy lifestyle, you could enjoy long-lasting results from Kybella.

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What happens in a consultation?

01. Get to know the RPS team of plastic surgeons and aestheticians.

02. Discuss your unique goals and concerns.

03. Receive a personalized procedure plan.

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