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Popular Body Areas for SculpSure® Contouring

Popular Body Areas for SculpSure® Contouring

Are you at or near a healthy body weight but still have stubborn areas of fat you wish you could make disappear? Non-invasive body contouring might be just what you need to get the silhouette you want! 

At Wasatch Peak Family Practice & Oceans Contours in Layton, Utah, our providers understand how frustrating it is to diet and exercise but still have fatty pockets that just won’t budge. That’s why we chose the gold standard in laser lipolysis: FDA-cleared SculpSure®.

Keep reading to find out popular treatment areas that respond best to this pain-free treatment.

Understanding body contouring with SculpSure

SculpSure uses heat energy to melt away unwanted areas of fat and give you the shape you’ve worked for. The heat causes your fat cells to die, and your body removes them with other natural cellular waste through your lymphatic system. 

This revolutionary system uses a specially designed wand to deliver customized levels of heat to fat in different parts of your body, keeping your skin and surrounding tissues healthy. Research shows each session averages about a 24% reduction in fat in the treatment area. 

Each treatment session takes about 25 minutes to complete, and while you might experience a warm feeling or mild tingling sensation, treatments are pain-free. You can resume your normal activities right away.

It takes time for your body to dispose of the targeted fat cells, so you can expect to see noticeable changes after about 6 weeks. Full results take a little longer, with most patients reaching optimal results after 12 weeks. 

Popular body areas to treat with SculpSure

Because SculpSure allows us to target unwanted fat, your Wasatch Peak Family Practice & Oceans Contours provider can use the system on many different areas of the body. Some of the most popular areas of the body we treat with SculpSure include:

If you have additional areas you’d like to treat with fat reduction, discuss it with your provider to learn if SculpSure can help you achieve your goals.

Who is eligible for body contouring with SculpSure?

While most healthy adults are eligible for body contouring with SculpSure, it’s not the right treatment for everyone. Your Wasatch Peak Family Practice & Oceans Contours provider reviews your medical history and overall health to make sure you’re a candidate. 

We also discuss your goals and expectations before determining if non-surgical body contouring is right for you. Generally, you could be a candidate for SculpSure if:

To learn if SculpSure is right for you, schedule an appointment online or over the phone at Wasatch Peak Family Practice & Oceans Contours in Layton, Utah. 

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