BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.
, Jan. 23, 2020
/PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- A January 7
article from Good Housekeeping details the possible causes of double chins and options to get rid of them. The article quotes the president of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons who says that the causes of what people call a double-chin are many. They can be caused by a person's facial structure including an undefined jawline, a loss of elasticity in the skin, or excess fat in the neck area. Moreover, there are multiple ways of dealing with the issue. Beverly Hills Physicians says that the ASPS expert opinion is absolutely correct. The health and beauty medical group adds that it is imperative doctors provide patients with all of the important details on their very particular situation in order to help them make an informed assessment regarding which approaches may work the best for them.
The good news is that there are a variety of ways to get rid of a double chin but there is no one-size-fits-all solution, says Beverly Hills Physicians. By zeroing in on the cause of the double chin, however, the treatment options can be narrowed down. The most common approaches used by plastic surgeons include liposuction to get rid of fat that sometimes collects below or around the chin, neck lifts to remove and tighten loose skin in the area or sometimes a combination of both, says the medical group. It adds that the only way to find out what's best for an individual is to make an appointment with a reputable plastic surgeon to discuss treatment options.
Beverly Hills Physicians adds that today's plastic surgery is safer and more effective than ever but it is not the only approach. Many of its physicians may suggest an injectable product called Kybella. The active ingredient in this treatment is deoxycholic acid, a substance that can safely eliminate fat cells in the neck area to help create a more defined chin. Its results may not be as long-lasting as a surgical approach, but the ease and convenience of an injectable treatment are appealing to many patients, says the medical group.
Readers who would like the learn more about the medical group are invited to visit the Beverly Hills Physicians website at https://www.beverlyhillsphysicians.com/ or call 1-800-670-3602 to schedule an initial consultation. Locations cover Greater Los Angeles
and beyond with offices in Beverly Hills
, Ventura County
and the Inland Empire. With over 100 years of combined experience, the Beverly Hills Physicians team says that it is able to enhance the natural beauty of patients of all ages and genders with the very latest techniques.
SOURCE Beverly Hills Physicians