New approval for SculpSure

Thanksgiving is almost here, and we only want one turkey around the table this year. If you haven’t been pleased with your neckline and chin area, it might be time to get the treatment you deserve to feel younger, smooth out the skin and to feel more confident in your favorite low-cut dress.

New approval for SculpSure
SculpSure recently received Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for use in the submental area, also known as the dreaded double chin. This marks the sixth trouble spot on the body that this contouring procedure has been cleared to treat. In the trials, it seemed that people and their bodies responded positively to treatment in this area. 

One plastic surgeon in particular who administered the treatment to willing patients was pleased with the results. 

“Most patients in the 57-person clinical trial received two brief treatments six weeks apart,” said Dr. Lawrence Bass, who took the lead in the testing and who is a board-certified plastic surgeon. “The short treatment time, 100% satisfaction rate, and dramatic contour reductions typically seen in the study patients give SculpSure the edge as the treatment of choice for the submental area.”

Is SculpSure right for you?
People are busy at any time of year, and a non-invasive body contouring option is appealing for many. The procedure takes 25 minutes and destroys up to 24 percent of fat cells in so-called problem areas that may not have responded to other healthy lifestyle changes. These cells are damaged by heat from a laser which is applied externally. Eventually, they are eliminated by the body’s lymphatic system.

Whether it’s a holiday party, date night or “just because,” you should feel comfortable in clothing with any length neckline. And SculpSure might just let you show off your beautiful neckline more often.

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