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Kybella® (Nonsurgical Chin Liposuction)

Kybella is a revolutionary way to decrease moderate to severe amounts of fat under the chin without surgery. Commonly known as a “double chin,” excess submental fat can be reduced with Kybella injections by renowned Philadelphia plastic surgeon, Dr. Evan Sorokin without the time, expense, and pain of neck liposuction.

Patients will need multiple treatment sessions to achieve their desired results, but the change is lasting. Get started today, request a consultation.

Convenient locations for Kybella treatments in Philadelphia and Cherry Hill

Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Sorokin offers two locations for Kybella treatments, Philadelphia, PA and Cherry Hill, NJ. Patients can receive treatment in either location at their convenience. Patients can also visit either office for surgical consultations.

Kybella treatments in Philadelphia are offered at his office in Head House Square. Click for more information on receiving Kybella double chin treatment in Philadelphia.

Surgical Neck Liposuction Alternative

Kybella is an alternative to surgical neck liposuction for patients who only need fat removed from the area under their chin. If the patient wants fat removed from the rest of the neck, surgical neck liposuction is the best option. Dr. Sorokin will help every patient determine their best treatment plan after listening to their concerns and goals in the initial consultation.

Kybella Technique

In clinical trials, 79% of patients were satisfied with the results of their treatment in improving the appearance of their face and chin. Additionally, patients in the trial reported that they felt younger, happier, and more confident after their treatment session.

Before/After The Procedure

After cleaning the area, Dr. Sorokin will inject Kybella into multiple sites under the patient’s chin. Most patients will begin to see visible results in 2 – 4 treatment sessions. Patients can have up to 6 treatment sessions with less than a month in between each session. After the treatment, patients may have temporary swelling, bruising, pain, numbness, or redness.