Gosh, thank you so much for this amazing review written in plain sight on FaceBook. I do hope that my wife and I can live up to these very kind words. We have much work to do and much to improve. So, we will try to strive for better outcomes and experiences every day. This goes for our work with Breast Augmentation, Tummy Tucks, Botox, Kybella, Fillers and Acupuncture.
We love our world here in Modesto, CA and we hope we would make Modesto proud of us. Thank you again for the wonderful review.
Testimonial Videos produced by the Kybella Company
The first five videos shown here are produced by Allergan. The last video on this page was done informally at our office in Modesto which shows me injecting one of our staff members. I think it is valuable to see an actual Kybella injection. We don’t currently have any fancy microphones thus, our conversation isn’t easily heard. Furthermore, it’s already a bit hard to hear a surgeon who’s mumbling behind a surgical mask.
Kybella Testimonial from Nikki:
Kybella Testimonial from Jason:
Kybella Testimonial from David:
Kybella Testimonial from Adra:
How does Kybella Work?
And my Kybella injecting video of Karla:
She elected to do the Kybella procedure without icing
Kybella Injection by Dr. Calvin Lee, in Modesto, CA
Karla, who works at Surgical Artistry, volunteered to have us videotape her second Kybella injection session with me to help with her double chin. Even with one session, we’ve seen nice improvements in her neck contour. This was a very informal video, and the sound from the conversations was somewhat hard to hear. But this video shows the essence of the procedure which we do in Modesto. I hope it also gives an indication of the amount of “suffering” a patient (and an injector) goes through during a Kybella session. Most patients do not consider this to be painful. In this video, Karla, elected not to use any sort of numbing method, no ice, no numbing cream, etc. It was purely her choice to show that the needles themselves do not hurt too much. I normally encourage the patients to let me at least ice the area to reduce the discomfort from the small needles used to inject Kybella.