Injectable Treatment for Double Chin

Are you bothered by fullness under your chin?

There is a non-invasive option available to you: Belkyra, also known as Kybella.

Belkyra treatment is a non-surgical cosmetic procedure designed to address the common concern of a double chin. It uses a synthetic form of deoxycholic acid, a naturally occurring molecule in the body that aids in the breakdown and absorption of dietary fat.

By injecting Belkyra into the submental area, where the double chin is located, the treatment works to permanently break down and destroy fat cells, resulting in a more contoured and defined jawline!
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Why Belkyra?

One of the major advantages of Belkyra treatment is its non-invasive nature. Unlike surgical procedures such as liposuction or chin liposculpture, Belkyra injections offer a minimally invasive alternative for individuals seeking to improve the appearance of their double chin. This means no incisions, sutures, or lengthy recovery periods, allowing patients to return to their daily activities with minimal downtime.

The effectiveness of Belkyra injections have been supported by clinical studies, which have shown significant reduction in submental fat and improvement in chin contour.

The treatment is typically administered in a series of sessions, spaced a few weeks apart, to achieve optimal results. Patients may experience mild swelling, bruising, or discomfort at the injection site, but these side effects are generally temporary and resolve on their own.

Not everyone is a candidate for Belkyra. This treatment is best suited for those who have moderate submental fullness, with little skin laxity.

If you live in Calgary, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Taber, Elk Valley or Northern Montana, contact us today to book a personal consultation with one of our practitioners to see if Belkyra for double chin is right for you!

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