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SculpSure: Rid Yourself of Stubborn Fat with This Popular Noninvasive Procedure

No matter how old we are, no matter what gender we may be, there’s one thing that binds us all together. Is it our shared human experience? Well, sure, there's that. But more likely, it’s a shared dislike for stubborn fat. It jiggles, it wiggles, but no matter what, those pockets of exercise-resistant fat and dimpled cellulite detract from how we look and how we feel about ourselves. What’s worse, even if we’ve spent a lot of time losing weight and toning up, we can still be left with isolated areas of fatty tissue that just won’t budge.

If that sounds familiar, we have some good news for you. Dr. Allen A. Flood and his team can help you get rid of those stubborn fat pockets with the state-of-the-art SculpSure system, a noninvasive treatment that literally melts away excess fat and reduces the appearance of cellulite without incisions, anesthesia, needles or downtime.

State-of-the-art SculpSure technology

SculpSure uses laser lipolysis, a technique that literally means fat destruction by lasers. It sounds extreme, but it’s actually completely safe and very effective. During a SculpSure treatment, the SculpSure applicator releases very precise bursts or pulses of laser energy. The energy penetrates your skin without harming it, targeting fat cells in the deeper layers of tissue. As the laser energy is absorbed by the cells, the cell walls heat up and break down, liquefying the fat and releasing the cell contents. Over time, your body metabolizes the fat, carrying it off and eliminating it from your body. Once the fat cells are liquefied, they’re gone for good, leaving sleeker, trimmer contours behind.

Throughout your treatment session, all you have to do is lie back and relax while the laser does the work. A special cooling feature will keep your skin comfortable while the laser targets those stubborn deposits of unwanted fat. After your treatment, the area might be a little red and tender for a brief time, but there’s no recovery time and no interruption to your regular routine. Since the technique relies on your body carrying off the fatty debris, you won’t see your final results for a few weeks, typically about eight weeks or so. Most people get the results they want with a single treatment, but if you have a lot of fat you’d like to have treated, you might need a second treatment to refine your results.

Is SculpSure right for you?

SculpSure is a body sculpting technique, which means it works best for people who are already near their ideal weight and who have a body mass index of 30 or less. It’s not designed to remove a large amount of fat or fat spread over a wide area, and it’s also certainly not intended to replace a healthy diet and regular exercise, both of which are important for maintaining your overall health and wellness. For patients who have specific areas of unwanted fat in the belly, hips, thighs, back or other areas, SculpSure can be an extremely effective way to slim down and reveal your sleeker contours.

With treatment taking an hour or less and no downtime, SculpSure treatment is an ideal solution for people with busy schedules. To learn more about SculpSure treatment and how it can help you feel more confident and sexy, book an appointment online today.

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