Everything You Should Know About Kybella Revision Treatments
Kybella is a non-surgical injectable treatment used to reduce fat that forms the double chin. Kybella's active ingredient is deoxycholic acid, a naturally-occurring substance within our bodies that breaks down fat.
When Should You Revise A Kybella Treatment
Depending on the provider's expertise, a Kybella treatment may not go as planned and could result in potential risks or medical complications.
As with any cosmetic procedure, there's a wide array of variables that ensure that your provider is highly trained and qualified. Yet, as cliche as it may sound, mistakes happen.
A Kybella treatment consists of placing an injection template under your chin to know where to inject. Inexperienced providers may improperly place the injection template, resulting in a botched Kybella treatment.
An improperly performed treatment can result in asymmetrical, uneven results, and medical complications such as constant swelling and pain.
Kybella Is Designed To Dissolve Fat, Not Remove Loose Skin
It's essential to understand that Kybella cannot resolve loose skin, only an excess of fat in the chin area. If the excess fat is dissolved, you may feel unsatisfied with the remaining results because of flabby skin.
In that case, you should opt for a procedure that is designed to tighten the skin in the neck area for your desired results.
That in itself is a problem, given that Kybella is a treatment that requires multiple sessions, spaced apart. Therefore, simultaneously treating the excess and loose skin requires extensive planning that could disturb anyone with a busy schedule.
What Risks or Medical Complications Are Possible?
An unsuccessful Kybella treatment could be a nuisance, such as paying for ineffective treatment, or a significant problem, such as an irreversible medical complication.
Certain complications could be nerve or muscle damage due to an improperly administered injection. Other problems could be facial muscle weakness and a crooked smile.
Kybella Revision Procedures
If you receive a botched Kybella treatment, then you might be interested in reversing those unwanted results and coming out on top with the look you desire.
The optimal Kybella revision surgery is the AirSculpt® Injection Revision by Elite Body Sculpture, a minimally invasive process that doesn't use a scalpel, needle, or general anesthesia.
The procedure offers maximal results by sculpting away irregularities with unmatched precision. From uneven results to insufficient fat removed, almost any blemish can be revised with our injection revision technique.
If you want to look your best, then work with those committed to performing their best. Head to Elite Body Sculpture New York for your first consultation.