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If you’re looking to reduce your double chin with minimal downtime, you may love SculpSure Submental! Schedule a complimentary consultation with our body contouring treatment specialists. We are San Antonio’s body shaping experts and a premier provider of Sculpsure Submental, and other body sculpting/skin tightening treatments.
Similar names of this treatment are also called non-surgical double chin reduction, non-invasive neck lift and double chin removal, chin fat removal, get rid of double chin without surgery.
SculpSure Submental treatment uses gentle proprietary laser technology to melt away stubborn fat under the chin. This laser treatment raises the temperature of fat cells while keeping the skin’s surface cool, so the surrounding skin isn’t damaged.
Each treatment to reduce a double chin lasts about 25 minutes. Since SculpSure is a noninvasive double chin treatment, there’s no downtime and you may return to your regular activities immediately.
While each patient’s experience may vary, most will require only one or two sessions spaced six weeks apart for best results; some patients with stubborn submental fat may require more.
Yes! The SculpSure Submental applicator received United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance in September 2017.
You can expect to see reduction under your chin and lower jaw line around six weeks but can take up to 12 weeks in some cases or longer.
Our Pre Treatment work up includes consents, before photos, before measurements, education, post care. The Sculpsure treatment itself only lasts 25 minutes. We also include post care massaging after treatment is complete.
Overall it is a tolorable experience with heat and tingling sensations.
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*DISCLAIMER Patient experience and results may vary. These are dependent on a number of factors such as lifestyle, age and medical history.