Kybella is a revolutionary injectable treatment by Allergan that is specifically formulated to reduce excess fat in the submental area (where the upper neck meets the chin) to reduce the appearance of an unsightly "double chin." Kybella is approved by the Food and Drug Administration to help patients who have stubborn pockets of fat in their upper neck with nonsurgical neck liposuction. Baltimore patients are now able to receive Kybella treatments from board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Janet Woodyard. To give each patient their best results, Dr. Woodyard will perform a consultation to discuss the patient's concerns and goals before helping the patient determine if Kybella injections or surgical neck liposuction is best for their treatment plan.
"Dr. Woodyard, I sincerely would like to thank you such a kind and patient person and doctor that you are. You make sure that things are understood by the patient and explained thoroughly. Thank you for not being one of many "Stuffy" doctors that we have in healthcare. I would also like to inform you of the professional, very patient and friendly staff. I call the office five times in one day and the hospitality is always the same. They are the poster children of "Customer friendly". I really appreciate you and excited to have experienced you are my doctor."- L / Office Visit / Nov 14, 2017
"59 Years Old....love the Sun and the Signs of Aging Show! - The procedure I had done was a micro peel of my face, neck and chest. Stacy is confident, well informed with the newest products and procedure and gentle."- P. / RealSelf / Jun 04, 2018
"Age 62 - Dr. Woodyard is very thorough in her treatments and easy to talk to."- B. / RealSelf / Feb 09, 2018
"Breast Augmentation at 35 - Dr. Woodyard is extremely professional and thorough. She explained everything in full detail, gave me exactly what I wanted, and I am beyond pleased with my results!!"- E. / RealSelf / Feb 07, 2018
"I was very pleased with the service and level of comfort I received from the Dr. and Ashley. It was a bit scary at first but Ashley made me feel very comfortable each time I had a treatment. I highly recommend this office for your plastic surgery needs."- S.F. / Google / Nov 05, 2017
Deoxycholic acid, the active ingredient in Kybella, works by destroying the dietary fat in the submental area. It will take 2 – 6 treatment sessions for patients to get their best results, but 79% of patients in clinical trials were satisfied from the final results of their Kybella treatments and they reported feeling that they looked younger, happier, and more confident.
During/After the Procedure
The plastic surgeon will clean the area to be treated and then carefully make multiple injections under the chin with the Kybella. Patients generally begin to see results after 2 – 4 treatment sessions, but if needed, patients can have up to 6 Kybella treatments with no more than a 4 week break between sessions. Many patients report minor, temporary side effects after their treatment, including pain, redness, numbness, swelling, and bruising.
Plan Your Procedure
- Total Cost
- $600 - $1,200
- Recovery Time
- 1 Week
- Average Procedure Time
- 30 Minutes
- Post-op Follow-up
- 6 Weeks
- Procedure Recovery Location
Kybella Neck Lipo FAQs
Once the Kybella treatments have destroyed the fat cells in the submental area, they are permanently gone. However, patients should maintain a healthy, stable weight after the procedure to prevent weight gain in other areas.
Kybella has been approved by the FDA, scientists have performed over 20 clinical studies, and over 1,600 patients have been treated with Kybella. Patients should disclose their full medical history during their consultation, including any current medications, herbs, and supplements. Kybella is not approved for use in patients under 18 years old and should not be used outside the neck and chin area.
Kybella Vs. Liposuction?
Kybella neck liposuction and traditional neck liposuction are both effective and similarly priced, but Kybella does not involve surgery, general anesthesia, or a lengthy recovery. We will discuss both methods during the initial consultation and help the patient determine their best treatment plan.