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How Much Does SculpSure® Cost?

Some areas of fat can hang on despite all efforts to get rid of them, especially around the abdomen and flanks, which are the top two areas that people are often most self-conscious about. SculpSure® can help achieve a slimmer, contoured physique by breaking down some of this fat and helping the body to eliminate it.  FDA-approved in 2017, this revolutionary body contouring treatment provided the aesthetic industry with a proven CoolSculpting alternative!

What is SculpSure® Body Contouring?

SculpSure® offers a noninvasive option for body contouring for patients seeking to lose stubborn fat without liposuction/surgery and days or weeks of downtime.  

Also known as “WarmSculpting”, the SculpSure® treatment breaks down the fat cells in “pinchable fat” laser lipolysis, safely destroying targeted fat cells in 25 minutes without disrupting the surrounding skin, leaving it completely unharmed.   The laser heat disrupts the fat cells, causing them to break apart, which then signals the body to start the removal process.  The eliminated fat cells are gone for good, providing a permanent fat reduction solution! 

Non-invasive body sculpting treatments, like SculpSure®, have become increasingly popular as people find that just a few short treatments can help them reach a body goal they have struggled to achieve on their own. Abdominal fat can be difficult to remove with diet and exercise alone. Since abdominal fat can often make someone incredibly self-conscious, this treatment can significantly boost a person’s self-esteem. 

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How Much Does SculpSure®  Cost?

According to Healthline, people may see an average cost of $1400 to $1500 for a single SculpSure® treatment, with package pricing available. Prices do vary depending on geographical area and the availability and skill of your provider. The best way to obtain an actual estimate of your cost is to consult with the team at Premier Vein and Body, as each treatment plan is based on your individual needs and can vary based on your body goals, along with the number of treatments needed to meet those goals.  

How Does SculpSure® Work?

The SculpSure laser creates a process called apoptosis, which gently heats up the fat cells and shrinks them so that the body can eliminate them through the lymphatic system as waste. Using laser energy allows SculpSure® to painlessly target fat cells under the skin. After the treatment, the body’s natural recycling system will clear away what remains of the fat cells, resulting in your newly sculpted figure. 

SculpSure® breaks down up to 24% of fat with only one treatment, although most people will require several sessions to achieve the results they desire.  Results look completely natural, as the body’s own removal system takes care of the fat instead of an invasive procedure. You may start seeing results as early as six weeks, but most people need to wait ten to twelve weeks to see their full results after all the remaining fat has been removed. 

Consultations Available Now

To learn more, schedule your consultation with Dr. Schwartz by filling out the form on this page or by calling his practice at (913) 451-8346. Premier Vein & Body by Schwartz serves patients throughout the Kansas City metro.

What is Getting SculpSure® Like?

SculpSure® uses WarmSculpting™ technology. Your laser aesthetician will attach a belt with applicators on the area(s) to be treated and for about 25 minutes the belt will alternate between cycles of heat that break down fat cells and cycles of cool to make sure the skin feels comfortable. People do not need any numbing and generally find the procedure comfortable, with mild heat and tingling. After the 25-minute treatment, your provider will remove the belt, and you can proceed with your day. 

Is There Any Downtime With SculpSure®?

You can go back to your usual activities with no downtime. This noninvasive procedure lets you leave the office and go back to your work or daily routine. Some people feel some soreness around the treated area for a day or two, and some people may see mild bruising. You may feel some lumps in the treated area as the body works to remove the fat cells, but these cause no harm and will go away in a few weeks. 

How Long Will SculpSure®  Last?

Once fat cells have been disrupted by SculpSure® and removed from the body, they will never come back. However, significant changes in weight will affect your results. With proper maintenance and a healthy lifestyle, you can expect years of lasting results. Part of the popularity of body contouring is the ability to achieve these long-lasting changes without any surgery or recovery time. 

Am I a Good Candidate for SculpSure®?

Candidates who will see the best results with this non-invasive body contouring procedure are generally in pretty good shape with “pockets” of stubborn fat.  This laser is not a “magic solution” to weight loss, however.  If a patient gains weight after having the SculpSure treatment, remaining fat cells can increase in size, eliminating some of the lost inches.  Women should not have this treatment while pregnant, and people with health problems should make sure to discuss them in consultation.  

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Take the Next Step

If you have further questions about non-surgical body contouring, including SculpSure®, please contact us by calling (913) 451-8346 or completing our online contact form. Premier Vein & Body is located in Kansas City, MO, and proudly serves Overland Park, Johnson County, and the entire Kansas City metro area.

** This blog provides general information and discussion about medicine, health, and related subjects. The words and other content in this blog and any linked materials are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice. If anyone has a medical concern, they should consult with an appropriately licensed physician.

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