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  • How it works
    Botox and similar injectables work by temporarily blocking nerve receptors in the muscles, which effectively halts muscle movement. This process prevents the formation of wrinkles and fine lines. Although neurotoxins can temporarily eliminate wrinkles, the effects typically only last a few months. Once the neurotoxin wears off, the nerves will communicate with the muscles, resulting in the reappearance of wrinkles. Injectable neurotoxins, such as Botox and Xeomin, function similarly by impeding the discharge of a neurotransmitter called acetylcholine. Occasionally, wrinkles may reemerge fainter but still noticeable, while others may return in full force. However, a follow-up treatment is all that's required to tackle those wrinkles. This is a result of communication between nerves, triggered by a specific chemical. However, the protein makeup of different neurotoxins sets them apart from one another. It's important to note that the effects are not immediate. It may take up to three to five days before you see results. Keep in mind that everyone's skin is unique and some may notice the effects sooner than others.
  • What to expect?
    Pre-treatment Consult One of our certified injectors will discuss your beauty journey goals, medical history, and treatment options. Once this information has been reviewed, an injector will examine the desired treatment area and prepare the site. Requirements At least 18 years of age No skin infection No recent cosmetic surgery to desired treatment area Not currently pregnant, not trying to get pregnant, or breastfeeding No history of muscle or nerve disease No allergic reaction to the ingredients in Botox, Xeomin, or Dysport Post-Treatment Do not lie down for at least 4 hours Do not rub the treated area Avoid exercise and strenuous activity for at least 24 hours Results are visible in 7-14 days Effects can last for up to 3 months
  • Side Effects
    After receiving an injection, it is possible to experience bruising, swelling, tenderness, numbness around the injection site, and more. These side effects are generally mild and short-lived. Although it is uncommon, some individuals may experience a headache, and in very rare cases, eyelid drooping may occur.
  • What is KYBELLA?
    KYBELLA is an FDA-approved injectable treatment designed to eliminate fat cells beneath the chin. In some cases, it can also target jowls and other localized fat deposits on the body. During the procedure, your provider will administer small injections beneath your chin. The quantity of injections will vary based on the amount of fat and the aesthetic outcomes you aim for. Typically, most patients require 3-6 sessions. It is crucial that KYBELLA injections are only performed by a skilled and experienced provider. What areas can be treated with Kybella? KYBELLA is approved for injections under the chin area to treat submental fat without surgery. What are the possible side effects of Kybella? Possible side effects of KYBELLA treatment, though rare, can include swelling, bruising, pain, numbness, redness, or hardness in the treated areas. Additionally, there is a slight risk of nerve injury, emphasizing the need to consult a licensed medical professional for your KYBELLA treatment. If you experience any of these side effects, be sure to inform your healthcare provider promptly. Who is a good candidate for Kybella? Good candidates for KYBELLA injections are those who: Have fat located under the chin (submental fat) and do not want surgery Have good skin laxity Do not have any medical conditions in or near the neck area You should not receive KYBELLA if you are: Pregnant or plan to be pregnant Breastfeeding Have bleeding disorders Are on certain medications such as blood thinners How long does it take for Kybella to work? KYBELLA® injections are given at least 1 month apart. Patients usually start seeing results after their second session, which takes place within 1-2 months. It is advised not to have more than 6 treatments in total. How many treatments will I need? Generally, patients usually need 3-6 KYBELLA injections to reach their desired outcomes, as determined by their healthcare provider following a consultation. The specific requirements of each patient depend on the amount of fat and individual treatment goals. How much do Kybella injections cost? In Chicago, a single KYBELLA injection typically costs around $650. For significant results, several treatments are required, with expenses ranging from $1,700 to $3,500.

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