SculpSure Fat Melting Treatment | After 3 Months Results Show
In this episode we interview our patient after their SculpSure treatment targeting inner-thigh fat. Giving you first hand experience on what to expect after 3 months and most importantly if the patient would do it again.
Laser Fat Melting Treatment: https://youtu.be/XVzv487vVo4
About Non-Surgical Fat Removal: https://youtu.be/5_YFEmHDJSQ
Non-Surgical Symposium: https://youtu.be/F61zxUV_YKM
THE BASICS ON FAT
During our childhood and adolescence we have a set number of fat cells that remain with us throughout our adult life. It’s the changes in the volume of the fat cell that causes our weight to rise and fall.
The problem is that fat cells are unevenly distributed among our body so while diet and exercise does reduce the size of the cells it doesn’t re-distribute them, leaving you with pockets of hard to shift areas.
This is the foundation that most fat reduction treatments are based on.
Stubborn pockets of fat are heated by laser up to 42-47C damaging the integrity of fat cells in the subcutaneous layer.
This form of fat reduction is licensed for areas including the tummy, love handles, back, inner and outer thighs and more recently the under chin area.
SculpSure takes 25 mins and 2 areas can be treated at the same time. It is reported that this method can reduce up to 24% of fat in a given area.
The main side effects that can occur, include a hot sensation which doesn’t burn but can feel pinching or tingling, bruising and firmness is also noted in the area following treatment.
Again, depending on the client 1-2 treatments are recommended with prices from A$600 per treatment. Full effects are to be noticed at 3 months.
In the next episode we catch up with our patient 3 months down the line and sit down one on one to find out how the post-treatment went and what results they experienced.
Take care and stay healthy
Dr Nora x
Coyote Hearing - Gameboy
Otis McDonald - In Case You Forgot
Warning: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.
FILM BY VTUDIO | https://vtudio.com