Kybella vs. CoolSculpting: How Should I Treat My Double Chin? - Nasindependenceday

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Kybella vs. CoolSculpting: How Should I Treat My Double Chin?

Friday, August 3, 2018


While liposuction and neck lift surgery was once the only way to get rid of a double chin, today, there are two non-surgical options that offer a safe and effective way to remove excess fat in the chin and neck area.

Kybella and CoolSculpting are two double chin treatments that have grown in popularity in recent years and if you’re in the process of researching treatments for yourself, you’re probably wondering what the differences are between these two options.

Kybella Injections

Kybella injections are FDA approved and an effective way to eliminate your double chin. Kybella injectables contain a synthetic version of dexoycholic acid, which rapidly destroys fat cells while preventing fat accumulation in the future. Once the fat cells have been destroyed, the body will get rid of them using natural metabolic processes. MIRA Clinic is specialised in double chin injections and will only inject the fat cells that you want to get rid of, protecting the tissue around it.

CoolSculpting

Where CoolSculpting was once only used to target stubborn fat in larger areas, it has recently been approved for the treatment of smaller areas such as the chin and neck. An applicator called the CoolMini is used to treat double chins by gently freezing the excess fat.

CoolSculpting uses cryotherapy to countour the body by eliminating excess fat. The non-invasive applicator is used on the surface of the skin and delivers controlled cooling to the areas where excess fat is present. Once these fat cells have been destroyed, they will be expelled by the body using natural metabolic processes.

The CoolMini applicator was designed to be used on smaller areas such as the contours under the chin.

Treatment similarities

There are several similarities between these two modern treatments. For one, CoolMini and Kybella are both effective ways to eliminate excess fat from the chin area in order to achieve a more defined jawline. Both treatments are also minimally invasive and don’t require any anaesthesia or recovery time. The only side effects are some mild swelling, bruising, lumpiness and redness, which will subside within a few days after each treatment.

Most patients will only require one to two treatments before they start seeing results but this will vary from patient to patient.

Treatment differences

One of the main differences between Kybella and CoolMini treatments is the fact that Kybella requires the use of needles, something that may put some patients off. It should be noted, however, that the injections are quick and cause very little discomfort. Kybella is also ideal for treating smaller, isolated areas, which is why injections are beneficial.

As previously stated, CoolMini sessions only require an applicator that is applied to the targeted area. CoolSculpting is very ideal for mature patients with loose skin. Unlike Kybella injections, CoolMini will treat the entire area instead of smaller, targeted areas.

The treatment that you choose is really dependent on your personal preferences as both treatments are ideal for reducing the appearance of a double chin.

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