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5 Reasons to Consider WarmingSculpting™ with SculpSure® Before Bikini Season Is Over

Diet and exercise can help us look and feel good. But sometimes eating well and working out aren’t enough to eliminate stubborn pockets of fat. Now there’s a great solution that can help you get rid of unwanted fat. WarmingSculpting™ with SculpSure® can help you get the toned body of your dreams.

Lena Speck Hopkins, MD, in Harlingen, Texas, is proud to offer this noninvasive, nonsurgical procedure that can give you a great look and doesn’t require any downtime. 

How WarmingSculpting™ with SculpSure® works

The process, also known as body contouring, is not a weight loss treatment. The procedure targets stubborn fat pockets that won’t go away no matter how much you work out. In order for the procedure to give you the most benefit, you should be near your target weight. If you’re near your target weight, WarmingSculpting can treat your problem areas and give you the definition you want.

WarmingSculpting targets your unwanted fat with a laser without harming your skin or surrounding tissue. When the laser heats the fat cells, they die. Your body then eliminates the fat cells naturally, and they never come back.

The WarmingSculpting device is wrapped around your problem areas like a belt. When the system is activated, you’ll feel alternating sensations of cooling and warmth as the laser goes on and off. During the procedure, you’ll sit back and relax. Once you’re done with your procedure, you can go about your normal activities. For the next 12 weeks after your procedure, your body will gradually eliminate the destroyed fat cells. 

5 reasons to get WarmingSculpting™ with SculpSure®

1. It covers multiple body parts

The great thing about the treatment is that it can treat many parts of your body in the same office visit. Dr. Hopkins can address the following areas:

2. It’s noninvasive

There’s no cutting or scars, because no surgery is involved. This means there’s no anesthesia and none of the risks that can come with more involved procedures, such as liposuction.

3. It’s quick and effective 

All it takes is about 25 minutes to treat an area. You’ll begin to notice the results after one month, and you should see the final results after 2-3 months. A single treatment can reduce fat by up to 25%. Depending on your goals and what you need done, you may need more than one treatment, but Dr. Hopkins will go over this with you during your consultation. 

4. The side effects are minor and there’s no downtime

After your treatment, you may feel a little sore, stiff, or have some swelling or numbness. The treated area may also be red or irritated, but any side effects should go away within a day or two. And you should be able to go back to your normal activities right after your treatment. 

5. The fat cells won’t come back

WarmingSculpting with SculpSure kills the unwanted fat cells, and your body then eliminates them for good. What you may not know is that after your teenage years, you will not get any more fat cells. When you gain weight or lose weight, your fat cells are just expanding or shrinking. So when fat cells are eliminated, new ones don’t take their place. To keep the new look you have, you just need to eat right and exercise to keep your existing fat cells from expanding.

If you’re ready to get the toned look of your dreams, book an appointment over the phone with Lena Speck Hopkins, MD today. 

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