What is SculpSure?
SculpSure is a non-invasive body contouring system for the reduction of stubborn fat in areas such as the abdomen and love handles. Recently, it has also been approved for legs, arms, and the back. The 25 minute procedure destroys up to 24% of treated fat cells without surgery.
Is SculpSure right for me?
SculpSure is ideal for people with trouble spots, particularly those that seem resistant to diet and exercise.
How many treatments will I need?
Most patients see results with as little as one treatment. However, you may wish to have additional treatments based on your desired results. Generally we recommend two treatments per area, but schedule a complimentary consultation to find out the best treatment plan for you.
What should I expect during the treatment?
Most patients feel a tingling sensation intermittently throughout the treatment, which is generally well-tolerated.
When will I see results?
Many patients start to see results as early as 6 weeks following treatment as the body begins to evacuate the destroyed fat cells, with optimal results usually seen at 12 weeks.
How long will the results last?
Treated fat cells are permanently destroyed during the treatment and will not regenerate.
How long before I can resume normal activities?
There is no downtime with SculpSure, so you can have the treatment during your lunch hour and return to work immediately. We recommend, however, to walk around and drink water throughout the rest of the day.
What is the difference between fat loss and weight loss?
The number of fat cells stored in our bodies typically remain constant throughout our adult life. After the SculpSure treatment, the destroyed fat cells will never return. However, as we lose weight, the size of the fat cells become smaller, but typically do not decrease in number. Even with diet and exercise, many people have difficulty losing weight in these trouble areas.
Does my insurance cover the treatment?
Unfortunately, this procedure is considered cosmetic and therefore is not covered by insurance. The patient is responsible for payment. Your can learn more about Care Credit here.