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kybella

APRENDER ACERCA

Una de las cosas más favorecedoras del perfil de una persona es tener un mentón cincelado y definido. Si tiene exceso de grasa debajo de la barbilla o papada, es posible que se sienta un poco cohibido por su perfil y apariencia general. Pero, a menos que quieras someterte a una cirugía, puedes pensar que estás atrapado con tu papada. Una cosa de la que quizás no se dé cuenta es que tiene otra opción para elegir, incluida una inyección llamada Kybella.

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¿QUÉ ES KYBELLA?

Kybella es un inyectable aprobado por la FDA que está diseñado para ayudar a destruir las células grasas debajo del mentón. Una vez que Kybella se inyecta en la grasa debajo del mentón, funciona para disolver la grasa y dejarte con un perfil más definido.

¿CÓMO FUNCIONA KYBELLA?

El ingrediente principal de Kybella es el ácido desoxicólico sintético que actúa para descomponer y absorber la grasa de la dieta de forma natural. Cuando se inyecta en la grasa debajo del mentón, Kybella actúa para destruir las células grasas y brindar a los pacientes un perfil notablemente más delgado.

¿CUÁNTOS TRATAMIENTOS CON KYBELLA NECESITARÉ?

Durante su consulta inicial con nuestro personal, podremos determinar mejor cuántos tratamientos necesitará. Puede recibir un total de seis tratamientos, pero en promedio, los pacientes ven resultados visibles en solo dos a cuatro tratamientos con un intervalo de un mes.

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ANTES Y DESPUÉS

MIRA ESTE

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3 razones por las que a los pacientes les encanta la cereza

Cherry califica a los pacientes para recibir hasta $10,000

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Cherry ofrece 0 % de opciones de financiación*

*La APR promocional del 0 % está sujeta a aprobación. APR regular 9,99% – 35,99%. Es posible que se requiera un pago inicial.

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