First In Austin, SculpSure Non-Invasive Fat Elimination
Historically, stubborn fat has been called that because of the simple fact that it is difficult to get rid of. The fat that stores in the abdomen, flanks, thighs, and other areas doesn’t always respond to diet and exercise, at least not the level that most people can maintain. Eliminating localized fat used to involve fat-reducing surgery like liposuction. Today, we use innovative nonsurgical modalities like SculpSure.
Dr. Walden is continually at the forefront of medical progress. Her inclusion of SculpSure into our Austin practice is a testament to the value available in this procedure.
What Is SculpSure?
SculpSure is a laser device developed by Cynosure for the noninvasive reduction of fat. Via applicator pads, the device targets fat cells with 1060 nanometer wavelengths of energy. This thermal resource is particularly effective at dismantling subcutaneous fat so the body can metabolize and eliminate these cells. In a 25-minute session, up to 24% of fat cells in the treatment area are heated to approximately 111 degrees Fahrenheit, a temperature proven to damage the structural integrity of adipocytes.
What areas can be treated with SculpSure?
We can treat numerous areas with SculpSure, including:
- Upper and lower abdomen
- Flanks/love handles
- Backs of the arms
- Inner and outer thighs
- Back/bra fat
Who Is a Good Candidate for SculpSure?
Anyone who has stubborn body fat in areas that they can’t seem to reduce with diet and exercise alone is a great candidate. Since it is a body contouring method, SculpSure works best for those who are look to tone areas rather than those seeking more drastic weight loss.
The SculpSure Procedure
When Will I See Results?
Many patients see results in as little as 1-2 months and often only need 1 treatment to notice the results.
How many SculpSure treatments are needed to see results?
SculpSure – The Latest Non-Invasive Fat reduction Option
SculpSure – The Latest Non-invasive Fat Reduction Option
Will SculpSure help me lose weight?
Can multiple areas be treated at once?
Can SculpSure be combined with other treatments?
What’s the Difference Between SculpSure and CoolSculpting?
A procedure like Coolsculpting can take up to 4 hours to complete. Coolsculpting also typically has more discomfort during treatment and patients report some numbness or bruising post treatment. On average SculpSure is more cost efficient as well. This makes it a great choice when compared to Coolsculpting for anybody looking for non-invasive body fat treatments.