Take Your Muscle Definition to the Next Level

SculpSure | Boston If you are an avid weight trainer or if you consider yourself to be an athlete, you know that having toned muscles is more than just another thing to show off; they are a way to track your physical progress. However, sometimes no matter how hard you train or how strict of a protein diet you follow, your body can still store fat around areas like your abdomen or upper thighs. Luckily, Dr. Rick Silverman has a treatment called SculpSure that can help you get rid of that unwanted fat and get your ideal body. Read on to learn more.

What Is SculpSure?

When you think of weight loss surgeries or treatments you likely think of liposuction. Although liposuction is effective at getting rid of stubborn areas of fat, it is a fairly invasive surgery which requires a lot of downtime. SculpSure, on the other hand, is a non-invasive, FDA procedure that is used to get rid of that fat without you having to go under the knife.

By using laser technology, the SculpSure laser zaps your fat which is then naturally absorbed by your body.

What Are Results Like?

After around 6-12 weeks, patients who get SculpSure will start to see results. Depending on the area that is being treated, you may have to do around 2-3 treatments to get the best results— however; this varies from patient to patient. Additionally, because SculpSure zaps away your fat, you won’t have to worry about that fat coming back— as long as you stick to a healthy diet and exercise plan.

If you have been doing abdominal workouts day after day and if you have been eating a diet high in lean proteins but you still can’t seem to get rid of stubborn belly fat, then you may want to consider getting a non-invasive fat reducing treatment like SculpSure. By ridding your body of fat, you can get that sexy body that you have always wanted. To learn more about SculpSure or any of our other treatments, contact Dr. Rick Silverman today!

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