SculpSure is the first FDA cleared hyperthermic laser treatment which aims to disrupt subcutaneous fat levels and reduce the appearance of Fat. The heat generates a synthetic form of apoptosis (cell death) which does not usually happen with fat cells. In turn, the lower levels of fat cells in the area means that less fat will be able to store there.
Sculpsure heats the treatable area in a short, 25 minute sitting to reduce the number of fat cells in the region. It is particularly good for those with stubborn areas of fat that are not targeted through healthy diet and exercise alone.Book consultation
Non-surgical fat reduction can work in many ways, and it is important to understand what treatment can achieve for you, and what would be the best solution for your particular indication.
It is essential to have a consultation prior to treatment, so the suitability, recommended treatment, sessions and costings can be outlined.
Patients may also not wish to have a surgical intervention such as Liposuction and therefore a non surgical option such as Sculpsure is preferable.
Conditions treated with Sculpsure
Bingo wings are areas of flesh under the tricep on the upper arm that wobble, that are noticeable when the arms are raised and shaken. They can lead to self-consciousness and lack of confidence as people worry about their appearance. When weight is lost quickly, the skin is not given time to shrink back to its previous size, leaving stretched flesh that sags.
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Fat thighs are a problem that affect many people, with both men and women being self-conscious due to excess fatty tissue. This fat can be caused or worsened by a variety of factors, and is regarded as an area of stubborn fat, that can be difficult to lose.
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Love handles (also called muffin tops) are deposits of excess fat at the waist, often called stubborn fatty deposits, due to physiology; there are more fat cells in this region than in others.
When you eat more calories than you burn the excess are stored by the body in fat cells, and become the subcutaneous fatty deposits that are a source of contention for so many peop...Read on Book consultation
The stomach, or abdomen, is one of the places on our bodies that can harbour stubborn fatty deposits. Stomach fat has a variety of factors that can cause these deposits and worsen them, including your age, your diet, and even your genetics.
As we age, our metabolic rate decreases, which reduces how many calories we burn in a day. If we eat more calories than we burn over an extended peri...Read on Book consultation
Frequently Asked Questions
While you may require more than one session, the fat cells that are killed off in the process are permanently destroyed. Your clinician will outline to you in the consultation how many sessions of treatment you will need in order to see a desirable result.
The ideal candidate will have a small, trouble area of fat that is not shifting via healthy diet and exercise. Treatment is not a substitute for this condition and is advised to excel the results of treatment. SculpSure is not suitable for those with larger areas of fat, for those who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
PHI Clinic’s fully-trained aestheticians, will carry out your consultation and treatment at PHI. For those seeking to see a doctor for the treatment, Dr Benji Dhillon also performs SculpSure, however, treatment prices are reflective of this.
The majority of body areas can be treated. The most popular areas include the stomach, flanks, love handles, inner and outer thighs and bingo wings.
Unlike other fat reduction treatments, SculpSure has no downtime, meaning you can have the procedure during your lunch hour and return to work straight away.
Before and after Sculpsure treatment
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