As an adult, you have a finite number of fat cells stored inside your body. When you lose weight, your fat cells shrink but your total number of fat cells remains the same. That’s one of the reasons stubborn fat tends to return again and again, especially around the waist, abdomen, hips, and thighs. SculpSure uses non-invasive laser technology to destroy fat cells permanently, producing lasting results. During your SculpSure procedure:
Dr. Baksh performs SculpSure procedures right in her office at Healthy Steps, and you can resume your normal activities right away, with no down time. Most patients see results in six weeks, and final results are visible after 12 weeks.
Dr. Baksh recommends SculpSure for people who’ve tried and failed to lose unwanted fat. When you come in for your consultation, Dr. Baksh reviews your diet, lifestyle, and medical history, assesses your weight loss goals, and lets you know if SculpSure is right for you.
The number of treatments you need depends on your fat loss goals and how many areas Dr. Baksh treats. For optimal results, she recommends treating multiple areas, such as the belly, buttocks, and thighs.
When Dr. Baksh performs your SculpSure procedure, you’ll feel a cooling sensation on your skin, followed by a tingling warmth as the lasers go to work eliminating fat cells beneath your skin’s surface. Unlike liposuction, SculpSure is non-invasive and doesn’t cause damage to your skin. From start to finish, the entire procedure takes about 25 minutes. Once you’re done, you’ll be free to go about your normal activities.
We accept most insurances, but if you are not sure whether we participate with your insurance plan, please contact your insurance company for more information. We thank you for the trust you have put in us by choosing us as your healthcare provider. We are committed to providing you with the best possible care and to your treatment being successful. Your clear understanding of our financial policy, however, is important to our professional relationship. Please understand that payment of your bill is considered part of your overall treatment.