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       What is Kybella?
Kybella - is identical to something your body makes called deoxycholic acid, which helps to absorb fats. It works by destroying fat cells.

    How Kybella works?
How many rounds of treatment do you need, and what results should you expect?
It varies. Dr Natalie Borodoker will determine how much treatment do you need but usualy patients will need a series of 12-20 injections per visit. Patient may need two to three total visits, spaced a month apart. Each treatment takes about 15 minutes.
Some people may get up to 50 injections in a single treatment, with up to six single treatments no less than a month apart. Many people saw results in two to four treatments.

           What are the potential side effects?
Most common are bruising, swelling, pain, numbness, and small, firm areas around the injection sites. A possible serious side effect is an injury to the marginal mandibular nerve, which helps control facial expressions, causing an off-balance smile. 

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