SculpSure™ Body Contouring: Your Questions Answered

If you are looking to slim and sculpt troublesome and stubborn abdominal or stomach, muffin top and other bulges of fat, the Advanced Vein and Laser Center of York, PA, offers a new non-invasive body contouring procedure known as SculpSure™. This advanced technology melts clusters of fat that have stubbornly resisted healthy dietary and exercise choices. No downtime is necessary. Remove love handles and stubborn fat from your abdomen and other areas with this new, FDA approved treatment. SculpSure™ is a great option for men and women who can finally achieve the sculpted body image they desire.

Common questions we are asked by individuals interested in body contouring options are below.

How Does the Body Contouring System Work?

The SculpSure™ body sculpting system is an FDA-approved, noninvasive body treatment that uses laser energy to melt unwanted fat cells from underlying areas on the body without damaging the skin. Fat cells are heated to a targeted temperature and are then removed gradually by the immune system over several weeks.

Am I a Good Candidate?

You are a good candidate for the thermal laser treatment if you are close to your target weight, in moderately good health and physical condition, and you lead a routinely healthy lifestyle but struggle with unwanted bulges of resistant fat in your abdomen, back area, upper and inner thighs or flanks.

Why Choose SculpSure™™ Thermal Laser over CoolSculpting™?

The thermal laser lipolysis option is typically less expensive (due to less treatments required), has no side effects, requires no freezing or suction and takes only twenty-five minutes rather than one hour. The heat-based laser, lipolysis treatment is also completed in only one session as opposed to CoolSculpting™, which requires multiple sessions to accomplish comparable results.

What Should I Expect During the Procedure?

The process takes only 25 minutes. A hands-free hyperthermic applicator is attached to the treatment area, and heat is slowly applied. The heating process damages the fat cells in the treated area(s). Multiple areas may be treated in one single session.

What Results Can I Expect to Achieve?

You can expect to achieve noticeable results, and equal amounts of fat loss will be experienced in each treated area. The procedure’s results are very consistent. Most people experience a 20 percent reduction of fat in each treated area.

When Will I See Results?

You will see immediate results, and over the next six to 12 weeks the damaged fat cells will ultimately break down. You can expect to receive lasting, noticeable sculpting changes.

What Will it Feel Like?

Most patients easily tolerate the treatment and describe the sensation as an intermittent, tingling sensation. Contact Cooling™ technology is used to protect your skin and limit any discomfort.

How Long Do the Results Last?

The fat cells are melted and removed from your body by your immune system. The laser treatment permanently destroys the fat cells, and with regular exercise and a healthy diet, you can expect long term results.

How Much Does the SculpSure™ Procedure Cost?

The cost of your thermal, lipolysis treatment varies and is unique to each patient. It is a customized treatment that may include the treatment of multiple areas at one time. A consultation is the perfect opportunity to discuss your goals and health history with the doctor. Your personalized treatment plan will be designed only for you.

If you desire to slim and sculpt bulges of fat, call Advanced Vein and Laser Center to find out more about this better body-contouring procedure or request a consultation.

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