SculpSure Is Changing How People Shape Their Bodies
- Posted on: May 15 2023
SculpSure is a non-surgical cosmetic procedure that is done in-office. It has been a life changer for some patients who receive the treatment. The treatment consists of using a laser, but there is more to it than that. The more you know, the better informed you are about undergoing SculpSure.
Read on to find out about the innovative procedure SculpSure.
SculpSure Helps to Shape Stubborn Areas of Fat for You
SculpSure amounts to body sculpture. It tends to work better for people who are already in the process of weight loss and find themselves within ten to twenty pounds of their ideal weight. It is not meant to be used on patients who have more weight to lose as that extra weight will prevent worthwhile results.
Therefore, SculpSure often creates positive results for people who cannot remove stubborn areas of fat specifically in their abdomens and their flanks. These areas sometimes take much longer to show results when it comes to weight loss for a lot of people. Genetics, lifestyle, disease and other medical conditions all play a role in this.
For women, these areas can be especially hard to lose weight in because of post-pregnancy body changes as well as hormonal changes.
SculpSure generates a lot of interest. Here are some of the questions we often hear about it.
Is SculpSure Surgery?
SculpShape is not surgery, but a fat eliminating process called lipolysis. The procedure consists of a laser that kills fat cells. The laser is wrapped around the area marked for treatment. It then alternates between using high heat and cooling to target fat cells beneath the skin.
Can You Do More Than One Area at a Time?
Yes, this is commonly done.
Will I Need More Than One Treatment?
Patients often need more than one treatment. Results vary. The only way to know is to receive a consultation then book an appointment if SculpSure seems like a good option for you.
Contact Dr. Daniel Tresley to Discuss Your Options
If you live in the Northbrook, Illinois area and want to discuss treatment SculpSure, please book a consultation with Dr. Daniel Tresley MD. You can also visit our website at danieltresleymd.com or call 847.291.6900 for more information. The doctor will provide you with personalized attention in order to assure the best course of action for you.
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