How Much Does Kybella Cost?

Aug. 04, 2020 9:23 am | by Author

Kybella in Torrance and Palos Verdes


(This post was updated on 02/17/2023)



Do you have questions about a Kybella treatment? Would you like to know what the cost of Kybella is? If that’s the case, you’re in the right place. The cost of Kybella will depend on the treatment amount; however, other important factors are in play too.


This post covers all you need to know about Kybella and its cost. Read on!



Kybella is a non-invasive injectable solution that targets fat beneath the chin area. The technique employs several deoxycholic acid injections to attack these fat cells. Incisions are not needed when performing an injection, and your provider can bring the downtime down to a bare minimum. Individuals 18 years or older can receive treatment as long as they have excessive fat below the chin area.


If you ever planned on getting facial surgery, or if you are pregnant or nursing, or if you have trouble swallowing, or have a medical condition in the treatment area, then you are not a good candidate for Kybella. Those who are not good candidates can always consider liposuction surgery a solid alternative.





In premise, deoxycholic acid is a naturally produced bile chemical that absorbs fat. Kybella uses a synthesized form of this acid, thus leading to the destruction of fat cells in that area, which means it won’t be able to store fat any longer.


It’s important that a medical specialist makes your injections because the acid can kill other cells if done incorrectly. Before the procedure, your health provider will mark the injection location with a marker and might provide a numbing agent to ease the pain or discomfort. After injection, the acid will gradually kill the cells, which the body will metabolize over weeks.


The number of treatments will vary for each person. As a result, you may need multiple sessions for optimal results.



In 2020, the cost of Kybella on average was anywhere from $600 to $2000. However, the total cost will be variable, based on the number of treatment sessions, health provider fees, geographic location, the volume of fat, etc. On average, each vial of Kybella is going to cost you between $600 to $700. However, you may be able to get them for bundle prices if your provider offers bundles and packages.


The treatment is an elective cosmetic procedure, meaning that insurance companies will not cover it. However, you can still finance the procedure. In addition, if you suffer from a double chin or excess fat around your neck and chin area, you should look into body sculpting options targeting fat in such sites, namely Ultherapy and Laser Lipo.


First, your provider might have financing opportunities. Second, financial institutes provide credit cards and medical loans for such purposes. Talk to your provider and find out!



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