How Many SculpSure Treatments Do I Need?
SculpSure treatments are becoming increasingly popular as a safe and proven body-contouring treatment that can give you the body you have always desired.
However, you may be wondering how many treatments you will need before you can see optimal results, as it can vary depending on your personal aesthetic goals.
First of all, you should have the treatments done in sets of 1 to 3 sessions every 6 weeks to achieve optimal results. The results are noticeable after 6 weeks with continued improvements over the course of the 6 weeks following the treatment. For best results, it is recommended that you maintain your weight. SculpSure treatments are currently available to treat your lower stomach, flanks, and abdomen, but they will be available to use anywhere on your body in the near future, including the chin. Your medical professional can use up to 4 laser applicators simultaneously, and the procedure lasts roughly 25 minutes. This will allow for more than one area to be treated in 1 hour, and many patients are extremely pleased with the results. SculpSure boasts a 90% satisfaction rate.
Additionally, your immune system will absorb the dead fat cells, and you could see up to a 24% reduction in unwanted fat (this includes thickness and circumference). Most patients have reported that the treatment is tolerable with minimal discomfort that lasts only a few seconds.
This is because of the system’s distinctive intervals of cooling and heating. The 24% reduction is an average percentage; therefore, 2 SculpSure sessions do not mean you will get a double reduction in fat. It simply means that each treatment will contribute to the 24% fat loss. It is an average amount, and some people will lose more than others. That is why you may need to do more than one treatment. Depending on your aesthetic goals, you may also have to target the same areas to see significant improvements. Additionally, 24% fat loss does not mean that you will lose weight.
What can you expect from a SculpSure treatment? The main goal is fat-cell death with no inflammation. You will also notice elastin and collagen production without the inflammation, which leads to healthier tissue. Moreover, the way the treatment works is that the SculpSure applicators release laser energy in the area that you want treated.
This makes a thermal heating treatment targeted at your unwanted fat and subcutaneous tissue. The laser releases pulse durations of laser energy that vary, which melts the fat cells. It is also a faster and less painful treatment than other body-contouring procedures. You may feel some tenderness in the area that you had treated, but patients are able to resume their normal activities immediately.
You may be able to enjoy bundled and packaged discounts if you choose to do multiple-applicator packs and treatments. In addition, it is important to note that SculpSure treatments are not meant to be a substitute for a healthy diet and regular exercise. It is considered a contouring and body-shaping procedure to help you achieve the body shape that you have always wanted.
Many people have noticed improvement after just one SculpSure treatment. But depending on the desired results, some do decide on several treatments to refine their body even more. A consultation with a skilled SculpSure expert can guide you on what the best treatment plan is for you to get the results that you want. Contact Dr. Torgerson today at 647-343-0207 to discuss a plan that is tailored to your needs and to see if SculpSure is right for you and your body-contouring goals.
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