Why WarmSculpting with SculpSure Has Such a High Satisfaction Rate

When nothing else seems to work, try WarmSculpingTM with SculpSure®.

It sometimes feels like certain people really did win the genetic lottery. When they eat right and exercise, their excess weight and fat disappear from exactly the right spots. Stubborn fat isn’t in their vocabulary. Unfortunately, not everyone can be so lucky.

If you’re reading this blog, you probably aren’t one of the people described above. You eat right and exercise regularly, but you’re still a couple of pounds or a few areas away from the body you desire. When you’ve made the appropriate lifestyle changes, you may need a little external help. WarmSculping™ with SculpSure® might be the answer. This targeted, non-invasive treatment permanently eliminates fat cells. It can help you finish off areas of stubborn fat and will have you looking great and feeling satisfied once you’re done.

Ready to see if WarmSculpting with SculpSure is right for you? Come see us at Sound Internal & Aesthetic Medicine. Ignatius Medani, MD and the rest of our team have years of experience filled with stunning results and will work with you to make sure you get the aesthetic results you deserve.

On stubborn fat

Your mind doesn’t deceive you — it’s easier to lose weight in certain spots than in others. There is no real rhyme or reason to this — it’s largely dependent on your genetics and your sex.

If you want to figure out where you’re most likely to lose weight first, look to the places where you, inversely, gain weight easily. If your stomach is the first thing to show you’ve gained a couple of pounds, it’ll be the first to advertise your weight loss as well.

Despite the variation, most people carry fat in a few problem areas. WarmSculpting treatments are designed to eliminate fat in those specific areas where diet and exercise didn’t produce the desired results. Examples include:

Problem areas can also be loosely grouped by gender. Women tend to have the most trouble losing fat in their hips, thighs, and buttocks. For men, the stomach tends to be the most stubborn.

How WarmSculpting treatments eliminate fat

During treatment, up to four SculpSure applicators will be placed on the area to be treated. These applicators emit a targeted wavelength of laser energy that heats fat cells without burning the skin. The laser raises the temperature of the fat cells to the point that their structural integrity is damaged. Over the next three months, the damaged fat cells are processed and eliminated by the body’s lymphatic system; basically, they’re eliminated through your waste.

The fat cells that are damaged and passed do not regenerate — they are permanently eliminated. WarmSculpting treatments do not need to be repeated or boosted after a few years. The tissue that surrounds that area previously occupied by fat cells fills in and reveals a new, slimmer you.

Why WarmSculpting treatments have such a high satisfaction rate

First, the results. As said above, WarmSculpting with SculpSure permanently removes fat cells. If you continue with your current exercise routine and meal plan, you will never need another treatment. Most patients begin to see improvement six weeks after treatment and achieve optimal results after three months. Certain areas may need multiple treatments; this is largely dependent on the body part.

Finally, the SculpSure device is truly noninvasive. Continuous contact cooling keeps your skin safe during the treatment. Although you may feel a bit of heat and pain, most patients report being able to resume their daily activities after treatment, including work. Thankfully, WarmSculpting treatments only last 25 minutes, so you can squeeze a treatment in during your lunch hour with ease.

If you’re still fighting with stubborn fat despite diet and exercise, WarmSculpting with SculpSure may be right for you. At Sound Internal & Aesthetic Medicine, we’ll make sure you get the results you desire. Call or request an appointment at our Federal Way office today.

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