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Double Chin Treatment
Double chins occur when the jaw is weak in comparison to the soft tissue found under the neck. This creates excess volume that can cause the neck area under the chin to sag.
There are a number of reasons a person can have a double chin and it isn't all related to being overweight, such as having a weak or small chin, excess neck fat, salivary glands that droop, loose skin after losing a large amount of weight, a sagging platysma muscle, or it could be hereditary.
Thankfully, there are a number of treatment options that can correct a double chin, such as fat burner injections, radiofrequency, and lipolysis.
What Are Fat Burner Injections
A fat burner injection uses a mix of compounds, such as a synthetic version of deoxycholic acid that our body normally produces, that work to dissolve fat.
It's a non-invasive treatment that has very little downtime and quick results compared to other treatments, such as liposuction.
The result is a stronger looking chin and jawline. Treatments are done every 4 to 6 weeks for up to five sessions.
The Process of Fat Burner Injections
Before the procedure the area being injected will be marked and a topical numbing cream may be used.
Injections under the chin can be anywhere between 20 to 30 injections per session. Once injected, the compound will gradually work to kill fat cells by separating the fat molecules, breaking them down into tiny particles that the body can then metabolize over the several weeks.
The Benefits of Fat Burner Injections
Fat burner injections can being definition back to the face while reducing the excess fat in the area it is treating. Because it is non-invasive there is very little down time, so you can schedule it on your lunch break.
The procedure is non-surgical, so there is no scarring, and its a much safer and better option than surgery.
What is Radiofrequency
Radiofrequency treatments are an aesthetic procedure that has been used for two decades. It used radiofrequencies, much like a TENS machine, but at a setting that will heat the tissues of the treatment area deeply and promoted collagen production.
This tightens the skin and works to get rid of fine lines and wrinkles. The electrical currents also work to reduce cellulite.
The Process of Radiofrequency
A radiofrequency machine is used during a treatment to heat your skin between 38 to 40 degrees, using electrical currents on surface of the skin.
A handpiece is moved over the area being treated, which works to target fats cells. As the electrical current heats up fat cells they begin to liquefy, which allows them to drain through your lymphatic system.
This also causes the skin to tighten and works to reduce cellulite. A session can take up to 30 minutes
The Benefits of Radiofrequency
Radiofrequency helps boost the production of elastin and collagen while helping the blood to circulate, tightening the skin and restoring its elasticity.
When warming is applied deeper it stimulates the release of fat from the fat cells, removal cellulite while sculpting the chin area.
It can also help tighten your pores and block sebaceous glands, giving your complexion a much clearer look.
What is Lipolysis
Lipolysis is a non-invasive procedure that uses the heat from fiber-optic laser energy to help melt fatty tissue using various wavelengths.
This also works to boost collagen production which tightens the skin. It can be used on many parts of the body where stubborn layers of fat won't go away, such as under the chin and neck area.
The Process of Lipolysis
With non-invasive lipolysis the target area is marked with a pen. An applicator pattern is then fitted to the area being treated and applicators are then secured onto the pattern.
The laser machine is then turned on to begin treatment. You may feel a cold sensation for the first few minutes and then alternating patterns of warm and cool as the lasers work to break down the fat cells. A session can last up to 30 minutes.
Benefits of Lipolysis
Lipolysis results tend to be immediate and it also has long lasting effects, promoting the production of collagen. There is no surgery involved and very little down time.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Is lipolysis better than liposuction?
A. Yes, because you don't run the risk of fibrosis and bumps appearing on the areas that have been treated.
Q. Are fat burning injections painful?
A. Patients may feel a mild stinging or pinch when injections are being done, but the pain is minimal and a topical cream to numb the area can be used.
Q. Are there side effects to fat burning injections?
A. Some mild side effects can occur, such as itching, mild swelling, bruising, or redness.
Q. Does Radiofrequency have side effects?
A. Aside from a bit of temporary soreness after a session, there are no side effects.