Kybella Eliminates Double Chin Without Surgery

Kybella, an FDA-approved cosmetic injectable for elimination of the dreaded " double chin " without surgery, is now available on Boston ’s South Shore by Christine Hamori, MD, FACS.Kybella is for adults with moderate to severe fat below the chin, also called submental fat. Submental fullness can affect both men and women, and can be influenced by genetics, weight gain and aging. It can also be resistant to diet and exercise.Talk toDr. Hamori to determine if Kybella might be right for you. See her page onKybella here.You may have seen Allergan's commercial on Kybella below.Christine Hamori Cosmetic Surgery + Skin Spa95 Tremont Street, Suite 28, Duxbury, Massachusetts, 02332Call us:781-934-2200Serving Boston's South Shore, Cape Cod and NantucketChristine Hamori Cosmetic Surgery + Skin Spa 95 Tremont Street, Suite 28, Duxbury, Massachusetts, 02332 TEL. 781-934-2200 Serving Boston's South Shore, Cape Cod and Nantucket
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