5 Great Reasons to Consider SculpSure

Diet and exercise are the standard steps prescribed when you want to lose fat — but they don’t always work. When you have trouble areas such as a belly pooch or love handles, diet and exercise can only lead to frustration because sometimes you just can’t make these areas go away.

SculpSure is an alternative fat-loss method for stubborn areas. This laser technology effectively destroys fat cells, for good, helping you get closer to the body you desire.

Diet and exercise aren’t working

Diet and exercise help you slim down comprehensively, especially when you have a body mass index, or BMI, over 30. (BMI is a specific calculation that takes into account the ratio of your height and weight.) But, diet and exercise don’t always result in fat loss in the areas you want to slim. Plus, diet and exercise only shrink fat cells — these strategies don’t eliminate them.

In comes SculpSure — the energy from the laser destroys the integrity of fat cells and then they’re eliminated naturally by your detoxifying lymphatic system. Even if you “accidentally” overeat or stop exercising, these fat cells can’t plump back up — they’re gone.

You’re troubled by a “spot”

SculpSure isn’t for comprehensive weight loss, but it can help when you’re troubled by generous a bulging belly, or cascading muffin top. These areas can remain even if you’re of a normal, healthy weight. SculpSure targets trouble zones to reduce fat cells and effectively shrink their size. You’ll feel more confident and look slimmer as a result.

You desire great results without surgery

Surgery is invasive. It requires incisions, sutures, blood loss, and healing time. Plus, you have to deal with anesthesia, hospital time, pain, and other possible complications.

SculpSure is noninvasive. The laser therapy is applied externally and the energy penetrates below your skin to target your fat cells — and your fat cells only. The results? About a 24% reduction in fat in any given area.

You feel warmth during a procedure, but it’s well-tolerated by most patients. Any discomfort is nothing compared to that which occurs with surgery and there’s no anesthesia required with SculpSure.

You don’t have a lot of time to spend

Diet and exercise takes months, or even years, to take effect — especially if you’re trying to hone in on specific trouble areas. More invasive therapies require multiple sessions and long recoveries. SculpSure sessions take just 25 minutes or so to complete, and you see results in as soon as six weeks — with optimal results in 12 weeks.

Plus, after a session, you don’t have to worry about scheduling downtime into your days. You can resume all your activities, go back to work, and even exercise following SculpSure treatment.

You desire safety

SculpSure technology is FDA-cleared for fat loss. It’s safe and the laser doesn’t affect any surrounding tissue. SculpSure is even FDA-cleared for treating stubborn fat in the chin area.

Schedule a consultation with Dr. Saal and the team at Los Gatos Dermatology to determine if SculpSure is right for you.

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