Kybella™ is the first and only FDA approved injectable drug that contours and improves the appearance of double chin or turkey neck without double chin surgery or chin liposuction.

Kybella is:

  • a chemical ingredient called deoxycholic acid that is used to break down dietary fats.
  • injected into your turkey neck, it begins to destroy the fat cells that reside in your double chin.
  • the products of this action are then filtered out through processes your body uses to get rid of unwanted fat contents.
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The entire process takes less than 45 minutes and the injection part takes
only 15 minutes. You can go back to your normal activities right away.

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Once you decide to have this procedure, we evaluate your condition to ensure you are a good candidate. Your neck is then numbed with a topical numbing agent to reduce discomfort.

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The area to be treated is then outlined and marked to allow us to follow specific injection points.Then a very fine needle is used to inject the product into multiple areas of the neck. The needle is as fine as a Botox™ needle making it a little pinch

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This process is repeated one to three times more over the coming months, although many people need only two of these procedures. Like a neck lift, once the response is achieved there is no need for retreatment.


These are minimal, self-limited and resolve by themselves. You may get some bruising, tenderness or itching. Sometimes numbness follows the procedure but it is short lived and goes away.

Although not an approved indication, Kybella™ has been shown to improve the jaw line when performed to get rid of a double chin.

As with any injectable wrinkle filler, you can expect mild swelling and redness at the treatment site. These side effects common among dermal fillers are usually temporary. Occasionally, there is mild bruising that typically disappears in three to seven days. Less common side effects include rash and itching more than 48 hours after treatment, persistent swelling or redness, and increased sensitivity at some or all injection sites. Two other rare potential side effects of all dermal fillers may be lumps and granulomas, both of which can be treated by your physician.

Call your doctor immediately if you notice any unusual skin reactions around the treatment area.