Kybella Non-Surgical Double Chin Reduction


Seeing a double chin in the mirror can be discouraging, especially when nothing you’ve tried has helped alleviate the problem. Now we have a solution!

Having a double chin is a condition unrelated to weight and is often hereditary and can be very difficult to get rid of without the help of a solution such as Kybella which decreases the appearance of fat hanging below the chin.*

What is Kybella ?

Kybella (deoxycholic acid) injection is the first FDA-approved treatment that contours and improves the appearance of submental fullness, sometimes referred to as “double chin.” Kybella is a nonsurgical and noninvasive way to remove fat that causes the double chin.*

Deoxycholic acid, Kybella’s active ingredient, a naturally-occurring molecule in the body that aids in the breakdown and absorption of fats. Deoxycholic acid works by destroying fat cells where it is injected into the body. With the help of Kybella, a considerable amount of fat can disappear from your chin. You can have a slimmer, healthier, more youthful appearance.*


Before & After*

*The results of each treatment vary and are dependent on each individual case.

Are You Ready to Give Kybella a Try?

Contact Dr. Laronn today to schedule your free and private consultation at 303-221-0000 or submit the form and learn how Kybella may address your concerns.

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What is the Cost of Kybella?

Kybella treatments are typically done in 2 sessions, however, this may vary between patients.* For a more accurate pricing on Kybella treatments, call our office at 303-720-7721.

How Long Does It Last?

Once destroyed, the fat does not come back. After your desired result is achieved, retreatment with Kybella is not needed.*

Is There Any Downtime?

There will be minimal downtime with Kybella treatments which will consist of some possible temporary redness, bruising, and swelling in the chin area. The entire procedure takes less than 15 minutes and most patients may return to normal activity next day.*