Looking for Double Chin Removal Surgery in NYC? Here's Why AirSculpt® is Your Best Bet

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New York City is known as one of the top tourist destinations in the world. The buzz, the skyline, and the atmosphere of the city prompts millions of people around the world visit the island annually. As a major tourist destination, the city has a lot to offer, but one of the most sought-after aspects in the Big Apple is NYC's bustling cosmetic and plastic surgery scene.

Among the most popular procedures visitors to the city receive is double chin removal surgery. New York City is home to some of the top surgeons and cosmetic centers in the world, but when it comes to double chin removal, AirSculpt® should be at the top of your list of considerations. Here's why.

What is AirSculpt®?

This is not just your standard fat removal treatment. AirSculpt® was designed to prioritize your needs and expectations, explaining why our process involves more than just a cosmetic procedure. Our technique begins with a pen that uses a pressured puff to distribute a solution that numbs the chin. Next, we create a small entryway using a minuscule biopsy punch rather than using a scalpel—which means we don't use stitches or leave you with massive, everlasting scars. 

Next, using our patented technology, the specialized surgeon will remove and collect your unwanted fat from the targeted area cell by cell, while simultaneously tightening your skin. AirSculpt® does not require the use of general anesthesia, so you'll be awake throughout the entire procedure and can see your fat plucked out through a freckle-sized hole.

When comparing Chin AirSculpt® to other modern cosmetic procedures, you should research their differences and make an informed decision about which one is your best bet. Here are a few additional facts about other chin treatments, such as Kybella, CoolSculpting, and chin liposuction, that can help you choose what's best.

Kybella, CoolSculpting, and Liposuction for The Double Chin

Neck and chin liposuction has been available for many years. In recent years, several minimally invasive liposuction variants have been developed that have risen in popularity as well. Even though innovation is always welcome in the medical community, some newer procedures might have specific risks doctors and marketers wouldn't like you to know about.

Treatments like Kybella are considered non-surgical because they use injections to kill fat over time rather than a small cannula to remove it instantly. These injections need to be repeated over a one- or two-month period to achieve optimal results, and can be quite unpleasant for patients.

CoolSculpting, meanwhile, uses controlled cooling technology to achieve fat reduction. The CoolMini applicator was designed to treat small areas like the chin, but also requires multiple sessions and months of waiting to achieve optimal results. CoolSculpting also needs a compression garment to be used around the neck and head for at least four days to ensure proper healing and to avoid fluid accumulation.

The Chin AirSculpt® Experience

When deciding how to treat your submental area (the region where the double chins appears), consider one of our patient testimonials:

Becky (46) underwent the procedure at Elite Body Sculpture's New York City location and mentions, 

 "...most of my friends cannot tell what's different, but compliments have been coming nonstop since I got back to work. I completely underestimated the difference, and now I feel young, more relaxed, and somehow more confident!"

The minimally invasive Chin AirSculpt® procedure makes faces more attractive by sharpening the jawline and improving facial proportions. AirSculpt® removes jowls and tightens skin with minimal downtime, and because the area heals so quickly, many of our patients see a difference in just 48 hours. 

As a final recommendation, consider that other non-invasive procedures can be swift and modern, but the risks are still there. Furthermore, techniques like CoolSculpting for the chin are still relatively unproven compared to the legacy of the tried-and-true options such as Chin AirSculpt®.

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New York City is known as one of the top tourist destinations in the world. The buzz, the skyline, and the atmosphere of the city prompts millions of people around the world visit the island annually. As a major tourist destination, the city has a lot to offer, but one of the most sought-after aspects in the Big Apple is NYC's bustling cosmetic and plastic surgery scene.

Among the most popular procedures visitors to the city receive is double chin removal surgery. New York City is home to some of the top surgeons and cosmetic centers in the world, but when it comes to double chin removal, AirSculpt® should be at the top of your list of considerations. Here's why.

What is AirSculpt®?

This is not just your standard fat removal treatment. AirSculpt® was designed to prioritize your needs and expectations, explaining why our process involves more than just a cosmetic procedure. Our technique begins with a pen that uses a pressured puff to distribute a solution that numbs the chin. Next, we create a small entryway using a minuscule biopsy punch rather than using a scalpel—which means we don't use stitches or leave you with massive, everlasting scars. 

Next, using our patented technology, the specialized surgeon will remove and collect your unwanted fat from the targeted area cell by cell, while simultaneously tightening your skin. AirSculpt® does not require the use of general anesthesia, so you'll be awake throughout the entire procedure and can see your fat plucked out through a freckle-sized hole.

When comparing Chin AirSculpt® to other modern cosmetic procedures, you should research their differences and make an informed decision about which one is your best bet. Here are a few additional facts about other chin treatments, such as Kybella, CoolSculpting, and chin liposuction, that can help you choose what's best.

Kybella, CoolSculpting, and Liposuction for The Double Chin

Neck and chin liposuction has been available for many years. In recent years, several minimally invasive liposuction variants have been developed that have risen in popularity as well. Even though innovation is always welcome in the medical community, some newer procedures might have specific risks doctors and marketers wouldn't like you to know about.

Treatments like Kybella are considered non-surgical because they use injections to kill fat over time rather than a small cannula to remove it instantly. These injections need to be repeated over a one- or two-month period to achieve optimal results, and can be quite unpleasant for patients.

CoolSculpting, meanwhile, uses controlled cooling technology to achieve fat reduction. The CoolMini applicator was designed to treat small areas like the chin, but also requires multiple sessions and months of waiting to achieve optimal results. CoolSculpting also needs a compression garment to be used around the neck and head for at least four days to ensure proper healing and to avoid fluid accumulation.

The Chin AirSculpt® Experience

When deciding how to treat your submental area (the region where the double chins appears), consider one of our patient testimonials:

Becky (46) underwent the procedure at Elite Body Sculpture's New York City location and mentions, 

 "...most of my friends cannot tell what's different, but compliments have been coming nonstop since I got back to work. I completely underestimated the difference, and now I feel young, more relaxed, and somehow more confident!"

The minimally invasive Chin AirSculpt® procedure makes faces more attractive by sharpening the jawline and improving facial proportions. AirSculpt® removes jowls and tightens skin with minimal downtime, and because the area heals so quickly, many of our patients see a difference in just 48 hours. 

As a final recommendation, consider that other non-invasive procedures can be swift and modern, but the risks are still there. Furthermore, techniques like CoolSculpting for the chin are still relatively unproven compared to the legacy of the tried-and-true options such as Chin AirSculpt®.

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