A combination of factors such as lifestyle, hormones, genetics and age can contribute to the formation of excess fat under the chin. Our Vancouver clinic has solutions to reduce fat under the chin to help create a slim and more defined jawline. At Skin Technique, we offer the two most cutting-edge treatments to help minimize the appearance of a double chin.
What Is a Double Chin?
A double chin, also known as submental fat, is a layer of fat that accumulates below your chin. A double chin can make you look older and heavier than you are. It can also be difficult to get rid of. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to minimize the appearance of a double chin.
What Causes a Double Chin?
This can happen to anyone, regardless of their weight. In fact, you don’t need to be overweight to have a double chin. Sometimes, genetics or aging can cause the skin and muscles under your chin to weaken, resulting in excess fat deposition.
Double Chin FAQ
How long does double chin treatment last?
Double chin treatments can provide significant improvement, but it is important to understand how long the results will last. There are a number of different treatment options available, and each has its own benefits and drawbacks. Some treatments can provide long-lasting results after just a few sessions, while others may require touch-ups every few months or every year to maintain the results.
Is there any permanent solution for double chin?
While there’s no guaranteed way to get rid of a double chin, there are several things you can do to help improve your appearance. For example, you can try exercises that target the muscles under your chin. You can also try to lose weight overall, which may help reduce its appearance. However, these treatments are not permanent solutions and will need to be repeated periodically to maintain results.
How do you get rid of a double chin fast?
Like everything in life, there’s no particular cure for a double chin. Aside from a change in diet and exercise, we invite you to contact us for a consultation so we can develop a treatment plan to address your area of concern.