An immersive, hands-on course on Kybella and its applications
If you’re a medical professional interested in expanding your aesthetic medicine expertise and skill set and being able to provide your patients with cutting-edge aesthetic treatments, then our new Kybella training course is just for you! This one-day comprehensive training and certification workshop will explore the cosmetic applications of Kybella, a formulation of a naturally-occurring molecule in the body that works to break down and absorb dietary fat. Kybella injections are used to remove the appearance of a so-called “double chin” by reducing fat on the upper neck.
What is Kybella?
Now is definitely the time to get Kybella training, as it is quickly rising in popularity due to its status as the first and only FDA-approved drug that with an indication for submental fullness. Prior to Kybella, the only other option for patients looking to treat this issue was to undergo liposuction. While liposuction is still an effective treatment, Kybella leaves the remaining skin tighter, whereas liposuction sometimes has issues with leaving behind excess skin, lessening the effect of the treatment. The number of injections and treatments required depends on an individual’s submental fat distribution, and once their aesthetic goals have been met, a retreatment should not be needed, as once Kybella destroys the fat cells in the neck, the cells should no longer be able to store or accumulate fat.
Our Kybella course covers how to safely administer Kybella, the anatomy of the submental region, patient selection and comfort, what to consider post-treatment, and even how to customize the treatment to your patients’ individual needs and desires. As with every Esthetic Skin Institute Class, you can expect both a live demonstration as well as a hands-on practice session and insightful Q and A session. Our Kybella training also comes with bonus courses in Carboxytherapy and Mesotherapy and their applications in skin tightening and rejuvenation as well as the removal of cellulite and stretch marks. Sign up today to take advantage of this special course and the opportunity to learn how best to administer these popular aesthetic treatments.