SculpSure uses a 1060 nm Laser technology to heat your fat cells to 42-47 (107-116˚F). The heat generated is delivered in pulses and is interchanges with cooling, providing a very comfortable treatment session.
The heat causes damage to vital cell structures resulting in release of fat which is then slowly removed form the body.
It comes with 4 handles which can be customized to treat any body area in order to address your area of concern. For abdomen treatment: you can choose 4 handsets to treat upper and lower abdomen or 3 to simply treat upper or lower abdomen.
For love handle treatment, each side gets 2 handsets per side. One treatment consists of using a maximum of 4 handsets at any one time.
Which areas can be treated by SculpSure?
Back rolls (bra rolls)
Love handles (muffin tops)
Back of thighs
Male inner thighs
Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)
Can I treat more than one area with SculpSure during my visit?
Yes! You can treat more that one area during your session as each treatment area with 4 applicators takes only 25 minutes. You can customize each treatment site as you wish. For ex: Get stomach and love handles treated in 1 hour or love handles and inner thighs.
Does SculpSure cause fat reduction?
The heat energy generated causes disruption of vital cell membranes resulting in reduction of fat cells in the treated area
Does SculpSure treatment hurt?
The treatment is fairly comfortable and can range from slight warming sensation to intense hot sensation. On average, the discomfort level rated by people treated during the trial was 3.7 (0 was no pain and 10 was the most excruciating pain ever felt).
Is SculpSure FDA Approved?
Yes, Sculpsure was approved by the FDA as non invasive body sculpting device in May 2015.
What is the difference between SculpSure Vs Coolsculpting?
Ex: Love handle treatment with Sculpsure will take 25 minutes but will be 2 hours with Coolsculpting as it is 60 minutes per side (unless your provided has 2 machines).
How many sessions will I need with SculpSure?
The amount of treatments depends on the individual’s body composition and the amount of fat present. Sometimes one treatment will achieve optimal results, and sometimes it will take 2-3 treatments.
How long does it take to see results?
The destroyed fat cells are removed by the body naturally over the course of about 6-12 weeks. Initial results may be seen as early at 6 weeks and optimal results are seen at 12 weeks after treatment.
What is the downtime after my treatment?
None. There is no downtime, so you can resume your regular activities as soon as you leave the office
How much does SculpSure treatment cost?
Special Price: $250 per applicator. Please call our office at 212-673-8888 to book your consultation.
How do I know if Sculpsure treatment is right for me?
Please call today to schedule your consultation with Dr. Avaliani to see if this treatment is right for you. Don’t wait to reveal your best body ever.
1. Single treatment of average reduction in fat volume as measured by MRI; Clinical and Histological Evaluations of a 1060nm Laser Device for Non-Invasive Fat Reduction – John W. Decorato, MD., F A C S. Rafael Sierra, Ph.D., Bo Chen, Ph.D., Westford, MA, 2014
2. Average patient discomfort rating of 3.7 on a scale of 1-10; Bass L, Doherty S. Non-Invasive Fat Reduction Of The Abdomen With A 1060nm Diode Laser.Paper presented at: 2015 Annual American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery Conference; April 22-26; Kissimmee, FL.3. Temperature reached during treatment (42-47ºC) necessary to damage structural integrity of cell membranes leading to delayed adipocyte death(a, b, c)
a. Moussa N, Tell E, Cravalho E. Time progression of hemolysis or erythrocyte populations exposed to supraphysiologic temperatures.” J Biomech Eng 1979, 101:213-217.
b. Gaylor, DC. “Physical mechanism of celluar injury in electrical trauma” Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Ph. D. Dissertation. (1989).
c. Franco W et al. “Hyperthermic injury to adipocyte cells by selective heating of subcutaneous fat with a novel radiofrequency device: Feasibility studies.” Lasers Surg. Med. 2010, 42:361-370