6 Amazing Benefits of SculpSure

Achieving the perfect body takes time and effort. But, even if you eat well and exercise, that doesn’t mean you’ll get the slim physique you desire. Fat, unfortunately, can be stubborn. Love handles, belly fat, and double chins seem to stick around no matter what you do to get rid of them.

If you’re at your ideal weight, but you’re not seeing the toned body you want, body contouring with SculpSure® could be the perfect solution. SculpSure’s advanced laser technology targets and destroys fat cells permanently in less time than it takes to work out at the gym.

Dr. Jeffrey L. DeGrauw offers SculpSure treatments, which are noninvasive, convenient, and effective, at his practice in Layton, Utah. Read on to learn six amazing benefits of the SculpSure system.

1. Eliminates fat

SculpSure uses laser energy to heat fat cells deep below your skin. When they’re heated at the optimal temperature, the fat cells are damaged. In the following weeks, your body then eliminates the fat cells through your lymphatic system. You should see optimal results in 2-3 months.

A single session can eliminate an impressive 24% of the targeted fat cells. Dr. Roberts usually recommends 2-3 treatments, and he will work with you to determine how many sessions you will need to maximize your results.

2. Targets multiple areas of the body

SculpSure is FDA-cleared for use in numerous areas of the body. This means that Dr. DeGrauw can use SculpSure to treat the most common areas that retain fat. SculpSure can treat your back, thighs, stomach, love handles, and under your chin. With SculpSure, you’ll be able to say goodbye to your double chin and your muffin top.

3. Causes minimal discomfort

Most patients find SculpSure treatments relaxing. While the laser energy destroys your fat cells, your skin is unharmed. As the advanced cooling system keeps your skin comfortable, you may feel a warming sensation or tingling. While your fat cells are being destroyed, you can relax and read.

4. Treatments are quick

It only takes about 25 minutes for one SculpSure treatment. That’s it. The procedure is incredibly efficient and convenient. You won’t need to set aside a large part of your day for a session. You could even fit one in during your lunch break.

5. Involves no surgery or anesthesia

SculpSure procedures are completely noninvasive. No surgery is involved, and no anesthesia is needed. All the work is done by SculpSure’s high-tech lasers. You’ll have no scars, no surgical risks, and you won’t have to make any advance preparations. You’ll just walk in and walk out.

6. Requires no downtime

One of the biggest appeals of SculpSure’s state-of-the-art technology is that it requires no downtime. Because treatment causes minimal discomfort, is noninvasive, and requires no sedation, you won’t need to rest and recover.

You may notice redness in the treated areas of your skin for 1-2 hours, but that’s it. As soon as your session is over, you can continue with your normal routine.

If you’re ready to get rid of your stubborn fat, book an appointment with Dr. DeGrauw at Wasatch Peak Family Practice today.

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