To begin, your medical provider takes “before” images of you when you arrive for your appointment. Next, she applies a numbing cream underneath your chin. After that, she applies a temporary tattoo dot grid that serves as a guide. Then, she administers roughly 10 to 50 injections over the course of several minutes. The numbing cream works to minimize discomfort. Finally, she wraps you in a compression bandage. Your chin may feel slightly sore. The medication generally works best after 2 to 4 treatments, spaced six weeks apart.