Tone Your Flabby Tummy With SculpSure

SculpSure is a treatment option that helps to destroy fat cells without any invasion into the body. Flabby areas can be difficult to get rid of, even when a person attempts to diet and exercise. When these stubborn areas do not respond, individuals often feel embarrassed about the appearance of their body. Thankfully, SculpSure can help. The following information will help individuals to better understand how this treatment can target their unwanted flab.

What Is SculpSure?

SculpSure is a laser treatment procedure that uses a diode laser. As the wand is attached to the body, it sends laser energy into the fat cells without causing any damage to the surrounding tissue. The fat cells are targeted and destroyed by the heat energy produced by the machine.

Over a period of days and weeks, the body goes to work on absorbing these destroyed fat cells and eliminating them from the body. This is why it takes a few weeks for a person to be able to fully tell what their end result will look like.

With each treatment, patients can expect to experience around 24% fat loss in the treated area. This is an average number so some people may experience more fat loss and some less. Once the body has had time to absorb the destroyed fat cells, the doctor will be able to examine the patient to determine if they will need subsequent treatments.

Each treatment lasts about 25 minutes and patients will either relax in a chair or lie down on a table. Although the treatment does not cause any pain, some level of discomfort may be felt. This is why the machine goes through heating and cooling cycles so the patient is made as comfortable as possible.

Those who have a low pain tolerance can ask their doctor about options for helping them treat or prevent any discomfort that may be felt during the course of treatment. Most people simply report feeling some slight soreness, redness, and swelling.

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