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Extra fullness beneath the chin is an aesthetic concern for many. This condition—submental fullness—is commonly called a “double chin.” Both men and women may be affected by submental fullness. In a recent survey, one in four people were concerned about the appearance of their double chin.

What causes submental fullness? Weight gain, genetics and aging. However, it may result from the accumulation of subcutaneous fat under the chin. Because aging and genetics can contribute to submental fullness, sometimes diet and exercise alone may not help.

The Treatment

The Art of Skin Dermatology offers cosmetic dermatology services such as KYBELLA®, a prescription medicine, to help reduce submental fullness—so you can say goodbye to your double chin.

  • Improves the appearance and profile of moderate to severe fat below the chin by destroying the fat cells
  • Results in a noticeable reduction in fullness under the chin
  • After treatment, the fat cells are destroyed, no longer allowing them to store or accumulate additional fat
  • No further treatment is expected once you achieve your desired goal

Meet the Provider

Tania Cohen, DMSC, PA-C

Specializing in Kybella and the “double chin treatment.”

After dedicating 30 years to the practice of dermatology, I have mastered the Art of the Dermatology appointment and have created an unparalleled experience for my patients. This accomplishment has been the product of years of fine-tuning, actively listening to my patients, and deep contemplation. I personally guarantee that a visit to Art of Skin Dermatology will surpass any dermatology encounter you have ever had. Get ready to be blown away not only by the extraordinary atmosphere we offer but also by the incredible transformations and outcomes you will witness firsthand.”

Tania Cohen

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