If you live in Scottsdale chances are you’ve already heard about Kybella Training. And if you haven’t, you’ve most certainly heard of Botox. Kybella falls into a category of non-surgical injectables, that focuses on addressing fat cells in particular. And if you’re looking to reduce fat, it one of the only FDA approved injections for doing so.
Injection treatments like Botox and Kybella have seen unprecedented growth rates throughout the US and Mexico. Interest in the topic has been on the rise for 5+ years, with spikes in searches starting around May of 2017. Related queries for Kybella before and after and swelling, have reached breakout levels according to Google Trends in Arizona.
Even through the Coronavirus Pandemic, interest in injectable treatments has not slowed much, and has quickly regained momentum. Scottsdale in particular, seems to be the fuel source behind the Arizonian injectable treatment fire. At National Laser Institute in Scottsdale, a leader in medical esthetics, we cover Kybella and other popular Injectables like Botox in our Hybrid Online Cosmetic Injection Course
To be sure, with such a noteworthy increase in popularity, receiving proper training on dermal fillers seems like a no brainer. Medical professionals working in the field of aesthetics can easily see the risk/reward factor with Kybella.
What Is Kybella?
What is Kybella has to be the most popular question we get when it comes to injectables. For starters, we know that Kybella is the only FDA-approved injectable treatment that destroys fat cells directly. And Deoxycholic Acid is the active ingredient in Kybella, and is actually a product of the liver that eases fat absorption. Likewise, when we use Kybella, the same bile salts are used to break down fat by destroying the cell membrane.
What Areas Of The Body Can I Use Kybella?
Kybella has been approved by the FDA, and is most commonly used for areas underneath the chin. It doesn’t stop at the double chin though – the fat destroying nature of Kybella leaves the door open for many possibilities.
Want to know more about Kybella Training in Scottsdale? Here at the National Laser Institute of Scottsdale, we provide the proper training necessary to administer Kybella and dermal filler treatments.
How Long Does Each Treatment Take To Administer?
Similar to Botox, treatment times will vary on a case by case basis. For the most part, 15 to 20 minutes per patient is normally all it takes, although these times do vary on a case by case basis. Increasing efficiency will come naturally to those anyone who has received proper training.
For specific information Kybella treatment times in Scottsdale, click here.
Is Kybella Safe?
The increase in medical professionals interested in Kybella Training like those in Scottsdale is a good sign. Therefore physicians are not only looking to add Kybella to their office, they’re actively honing their skills specifically for such treatments. And since Kybella was approved by the FDA back in 2015, it can be a great alternative to surgical procedures such as liposuction, while remaining safe.
How Effective Is Kybella?
If you plan to work with Kybella, you should know that 82.4% of people reported an improved personal appearance. While Kybella is a safe and effective treatment for fat reduction, that doesn’t mean it’s for everyone. So, if you’re trained on Kybella, you should be able to use it with a high level of confidence.
We always recommend discussing all possible risks with clients beforehand.
How Much Can I Charge For Kybella?
One treatment of Kybella costs between $1200 and $1800.
If your office completed a modest 5 Kybella treatments a week at an average of $1500, weekly profits would see an increase of $7500. That’s a potential for $90,000 a year, by adding Kybella alone (imagine doing 5 treatments a day!). It’s no wonder physicians are seeking proper training!
I Want To Administer Kybella, Where Should I Start?
It’s safe to say that medical professionals are looking to add Kybella to their tool kit, and bring a solid source of income to their business. Without a doubt, you should seek quality training on injectables first and foremost. And that’s where schools like NLI Scottsdale come in!
During our CME Hybrid Online Cosmetic Injections Course you will receive online classroom and demonstrations on:
- Dermal fillers
- Off label Botox and fillers
- PDO threads
During our Hybrid Online Comprehensive Laser Course you will receive online classroom laser training with a variety of instructors and live demonstrations with several hours on each modality. Then choose one of our nationwide locations to attend your clinicals for hands-on learning!
Modalities include Laser Hair Removal, Photofacial, Laser Skin Rejuvenation, Radiofrequency Skin Rejuvenation, Coolsculpting, Cellulite Reduction, Tattoo Removal, Radiofrequency Skin Tightening, and Microneedling.