If diet and exercise are not providing the results you’re after you might consider a little help. While surgery is one option, there are other non-invasive treatments to be considered. We take a look at SculpSure.
If you live a healthy lifestyle and have a Body Mass Index (BMI) of less than 30 but still experience stubborn pockets of fat that won’t budge, or simply want to contour certain areas, Dr Chris Koulos of Burnside Cosmetic recommends SculpSure.
Fat, as we know, is stubborn and SculpSure is changing the game for permanent fat reduction. This non-invasive treatment uses light based technology to target and heat fat cells, destroying their structural integrity. Treatable areas include the flanks, abdomen, thighs, back and chin.
Dr Chris at Burnside Cosmetic has extensive training and experience in this innovative treatment and highly recommends SculpSure for people wanting to contour their body and target fat reduction in problem areas. People with a BMI of 49 and under can also use SculpSure for submental (under the chin) to kiss good-bye that double chin.
Complemented with a healthy lifestyle, SculpSure delivers clinically proven results. Dr Chris also highly encourages combining SculpSure with the Z Wave Pro treatment– a radial shockwave treatment that helps to reduce cellulite, stretch marks and scarring, and can amplify SculpSure’s body contouring results by assisting with lymphatic drainage.
While SculpSure removes fat, it is not a weight loss treatment, and Dr Chris will ensure at the initial consultation that you are fully informed and have realistic expectations of what can be achieved.
Following treatment, you should start to see results as early as six weeks, with optimal results twelve weeks after the final treatment.
As it is a non-surgical procedure, the treatment has little to no down-time and side-effects are limited to mild tenderness.
Voted 2019 “Most Worth It” aesthetic procedure by Real Self, Dr Chris recommends SculpSure to anyone who wants to look and feel good in their own skin, without having to go through invasive painful treatments.