Have you ever considered SculpSure? I have and let me tell you, I was met with quite a few different reactions, including many negative responses full of myths and misconceptions about the procedure. Does this sound familiar to you? Have you experienced anything like this? I would like to make some clarifications and correct a few misunderstandings I’ve personally come across about SculpSure. SculpSure is a safe, FDA approved procedure and may be the solution you have been looking for to accomplish a more sculpted form. The following are several misunderstandings I have come across regarding this procedure, accompanied by some helpful answers. I hope you find this useful.

I have read that SculpSure tightens skin

It is important to note right off the bat that SculpSure is not a skin-tightening procedure. If you don’t mind me getting technical for a moment, let me explain. SculpSure heats up fat cells by targeting specific areas of fat with lasers that heat up and kill these fat cells. Over the course of time, this procedure will result in your body becoming more sculpted due to your body processing the dead fat cells. This can sometimes result in areas where skin will sag and some skin-tightening procedures can be beneficial alongside SculpSure.

SculpSure only has to be done once

Ok, what’s true for you, may not be true for me. Every circumstance is different but you should generally expect more than one treatment if you are hoping to get the best results. But even if the procedure takes longer than you were anticipating, you will find the final results worth your time.

SculpSure eliminates the need for surgery or liposuction

SculpSure is not a surgical procedure and so there are occasions when surgery or liposuction may be needed. SculpSure is an efficient, non-surgical technique for reducing fat but as you may know, when you get rid of fat, it sometimes leaves behind sagging skin. It is times like these when surgery or liposuction may be a beneficial complement to SculpSure.

I can’t have SculpSure done because I had surgery

You may have heard that you can’t have SculpSure done due to having a prior surgery. This is untrue and SculpSure can even be a solution to fatty incisions caused by surgery. As long as you don’t have any unhealed scars or hernias, SculpSure can be a safe procedure for you!

I am too fat for SculpSure

First of all, don’t let anyone ever tell you that you’re fat. Second of all, there are many variables to take into consideration when discovering if SculpSure is right for you and whether your BMI is acceptable for SculpSure should be taken up with your medical professional and not a friend or family member. SculpSure is not meant to be a solution to weight loss but it can be used alongside your weight loss program as a way to further sculpt your form.

I need to lose weight before I get SculpSure

If your goal in getting SculpSure is to further sculpt certain areas of a body you are otherwise happy with then there is no need to lose weight beforehand. However, as I mentioned before, SculpSure is not meant to be a weight loss program. So if you are not happy with your current BMI and want to achieve a certain weight then you should hold off on getting SculpSure until your body is where you want it to be.

I hope this has been beneficial for you in clarifying any questions you may have had about SculpSure. SculpSure is a safe FDA approved procedure that has benefited many. If you want to know more about this procedure, please set up an appointment with one of our medical professionals. We look forward to helping you find an improved, healthier you.