What is SculpSure?
SculpSure is a non-invasive body contouring procedure that uses laser technology. It is designed to reduce stubborn body fat in problem areas that may not be responding to typical diet and exercise. Generally, the love handles and abdomen respond well to the treatment but other areas such as the arms and thighs can be treated as well.
What areas can be treated with SculpSure?
FDA approval for abdomen and flanks has been obtained, but additional areas are being tested. Other areas may be treated “off-label” while the studies continue, and it’s mostly an issue of being able to apply the probes to areas to be treated.
How long is the SculpSure procedure?
The SculpSure procedure takes only 25 minutes. A comparable procedure like CoolSculpting can take up to 4 hours to complete.
Is the SculpSure procedure painful?
Yes, there is some pain. The pain is completely manageable, and indeed, if it’s excessive, then adjustments need to be made in carrying out the treatment. There is an initial four minute “warming up” period, where one feels an initial burst of cold, and then as the machine warms up, there may be a sense of heat, tingling, shooting pains, or a variety of other descriptors to illustrate the discomfort.
After the first four minutes, then there is discomfort every 25 – 30 seconds, reaching a peak that is painful for 1 – 2 seconds, and then dissipates. The power can be adjusted so that this should be significant but tolerable, and very short-lived.
SculpSure Before and After
When a new device is incorporated into a practice, training is required. We decided to train on each other so that we can experience what our patients will experience. With that in mind, Dr. Silverman was the first treatment subject, and had his flanks treated with one treatment.
Provided is Dr. Silverman’s pre and post treatment photos and while the results are subtle—he didn’t have much there in the first place. There are visible results with a little less fat in the flank region as compared to pre-treatment.
SculpSure works best for patients who are at or near an ideal bodyweight with focused areas of excess fat. So some dieting may be appropriate. Also, patients should be well fed and well hydrated to get best results and to tolerate the treatment better.
Waiting six weeks in between treatments is recommended. Treatments can be further apart than that.
Results for SculpSure can be seen as early as six weeks, but twelve weeks are needed to see the full result of a given treatment.
SculpSure Side Effects
Other than the discomfort associated with the treatment itself, there really are no side-effects to speak off. One may have some redness or tenderness in the treated area, which can last a couple days, but this is minimal.
Is SculpSure safe?
Yes! SculpSure is FDA approved and patients usually experience very little discomfort or adverse effects. Dr. Silverman was in the gym a couple of hours after his treatment. He only had minor “tenderness” for about a day, and didn’t have to wear any compression garments or alter his daily activities.
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