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KYBELLA® TREATMENTS – An FDA approved treatment for destroying fat cells!

Urban Radiance is the premier Kybella treatment provider in Erie, Colorado. Our Registered Nurse and Owner, Alicia Micaletti is highly experienced in Kybella treatments.

What is KYBELLA?

KYBELLA is the only FDA-approved injectable treatment that destroys fat cells in the treatment area under the chin to improve your profile. It is a nonsurgical injectable technique used to target the fat beneath the chin. The process uses a series of deoxycholic acid injections to target the fat cells in this area. No incisions are required, and the downtime is minimal.

Why KYBELLA?

Many people naturally store excess fat (submental fat) under their chin. The aging process and family genetics can also contribute to the development of a double chin, while loss of tissue from the cheeks combined with loss of skin elasticity can cause the skin to slide and sag underneath the chin.  By removing the submittal fat we can improve the appearance and profile of moderate to severe fat below the chin (aka double-chin).

The Benefits of KYBELLA:Kybella Treatment

  • Minimally invasive treatment
  • Permanently removes fat from under chin or other areas
  • Fat cells will not-redevelop

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What to Expect in a KYBELLA Treatment

Treatments are fairly straightforward. Our in-house RN will consult with you to determine if you are a good candidate. Using comforting tools the product is strategically injected in multiple areas to reach the targeted area of fat we wish to dissolve.  You may experience a slight burning sensation, it is only temporary! The whole process is generally one hour. 3-6 treatments is generally required to achieve optimal results, discounted packages are available.

How Long will KYBELLA Last?

The results are permanent! The fat below your chin won’t return, and you can enjoy the results as long as you maintain a healthy weight!

KYBELLA Post-Treatment Guidelines

  • Use an ice pack on the treated areas for a few times that day
  • Treated areas may be red, inflamed, swollen, or bruised for the first 2-7 days.