Sculpsure® Frequently Asked Questions
What should I expect during the Sculpsure® treatment?
Most patients feel a deep warmth and/or tingling sensation intermittently throughout the treatment which is well-tolerated. There is no downtime with SculpSure®, so you can have the treatment during your lunch hour and return to work immediately.
How does Sculpsure®Work?
SculpSure®’s body contouring technology is able to target and destroy fat cells without affecting the skin. Over time, the damaged fat cells are naturally absorbed and removed from the body, with results seen as quickly as six weeks, and optimal results typically seen at 12 weeks.
What is SculpSure®?
SculpSure® is a non-invasive body contouring system for the reduction of stubborn fat in areas such as the belly, love handles, back, inner thighs and outer thighs. Each 25 minute procedure can destroy 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?
Every patient is different. Your treatment provider will develop a customized treatment plan to meet your desired goals. Most patients see the best results when they treat multiple areas. Ask your treatment provider about the treatment plan that is right 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?
Patients may 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 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.
What is the difference between fat loss and weight loss?
The number of fat cells stored in our bodies typically remain constant throughout adult life. As we lose weight, the size of fat cells become smaller, but do not decrease in number. Even with diet and exercise, many people have difficulty losing the size of fat cells become smaller, but do not decrease in number.