Currently cosmetic and non-surgical treatments are among the most sought out treatments, in fact, health statistics indicate that four out of five treatments completed in 2019 were nonsurgically related, this increase in such form of treatments is associated with the presence of social media where people are competing to post the most attractive photos on social media platforms. This suggests the popularity of Kybella and cosmetic treatments such as truSculpt iD a technique used to reduce body fat, but before you undertake Kybella treatment it is good to be well informed about what will happen to you as well as the process you are likely to go through. This article has gathered detailed information about Kybella to give you some insight that can help you understand the process and what you might experience.
Kybella is basically a deoxycholic acid, this acid erodes the fat cells wall making the cell difficult to hold body fat, therefore, when deoxycholic acid is injected into an individual chin during treatment it destroys the wall of the fat cells eliminating fat on the person’s chin. Injecting Kybella kills the fat cells on the chin which are then removed from the body through the lymph system, it is also important to note that there is naturally existing deoxycholic acid in the bile that digests fat, therefore, Kybella is a lab made deoxycholic acid which work the same as the natural deoxycholic acid, it is also good to note that you will realize the results after four to six weeks of Kybella treatment.
A good number of people are concerned about the safety of Kybella procedure, the Kybella treatment was in 2015 considered safe nonsurgical procedure and approved to be used only on chin treatments, therefore, if you need nonsurgical treatment in other areas besides chin practitioners normally consider other methods such as truSculpt iD, Kybella procedure does not require general anesthesia meaning it’s a safe procedure.
Kybella treatment is done by injecting needles under your chin, to prevent excess pain during the procedure local anesthesia is administered, it can be a numbing cream or ice that is applied to minimize pain or discomfort during the process, you are likely to experience some soreness after the treatment but over-the-counter pain relievers can be used to counter these side effects, the other side effects of this treatment are swelling and bruising that can last even one week after the treatment but you can use anti-inflammatory over the counter drugs for this, though rare some people continue to experience numbness and firmness on the chin after the Kybella procedure but these effects go fade after two to three weeks. Those are some things about the Kybella treatment procedure you need to know.