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A dou­ble chin oc­curs when a layer of fat forms be­low your chin. Although a dou­ble chin is of­ten as­so­ci­ated with weight gain, it may be due to ge­net­ics or ag­ing. For­tu­nately there are sev­eral op­tions to cre­ate a more de­fined jaw­line and youth­ful pro­file.

Li­posculp­ture — less in­va­sive than li­po­suc­tion — uses mi­cro-can­nu­las to re­move fat and contour the skin. In most cases, a lo­cal anaes­thetic is all that is needed dur­ing this pro­ce­dure.

Lipol­y­sis elim­i­nates fat cells us­ing non-in­va­sive freez­ing, ra­diofre­quency or laser. One treat­ment or a se­ries of treat­ments may be needed to ob­tain op­ti­mal re­sults.

Me­sother­apy is a min­i­mally in­va­sive pro­ce­dure that de­liv­ers small amounts of fat-dis­solv­ing com­pounds through a se­ries of in­jec­tions.

Belkyra has been ap­proved by the TGA for the treat­ment of chin fat. Once de­stroyed, the fat cells can no longer store or ac­cu­mu­late fat and there­fore no fur­ther treat­ment is nec­es­sary once you achieve your de­sired look. How­ever, these modal­i­ties only treat fat — they don’t re­move ex­cess skin or in­crease skin elas­tic­ity.

Skin tight­en­ing with ul­tra­sound is a non-in­va­sive treat­ment that tar­gets spe­cific depths of skin, caus­ing an in­stant con­trac­tion and lift. The stim­u­la­tion of new col­la­gen for­ma­tion also oc­curs. Call 4639 1250 or come and see The Brad­ford Clinic at suite 2, Clif­ford Place, 25 Is­abel St, to dis­cuss your treat­ments.


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