EmSculpt vs. SculpSure: What’s the Difference?

EmSculpt vs. SculpSure: What’s the Difference?

Are you having trouble losing stubborn fat, despite the fact that you’re working out and eating right? Then you’ve probably heard that there are plenty of treatment options out there for you. In fact, at South Coast Plastic Surgery, we offer an entire range of non-surgical body contouring solutions that melt fat while providing other surprising results.

Let’s take a look at our two most popular options now – EmSculpt and SculpSure – and compare the differences!

The Scoop on EmSculpt

EmSculpt is a non-surgical procedure that uses a patented type of energy – namely, high-intensity focused electromagnetic energy – to melt away stubborn fat cells while simultaneously trigger muscle growth. The 30-minute procedure uses this energy to penetrate the dermis and rupture fat cells, all while causing the muscles to contract up to 20,000 times per minute.

The end result is melted fat and more obvious muscle definition, which can lead to higher confidence levels!

EmSculpt is an ideal treatment for the abdomen and buttocks, as it can create leaner and more toned definition.

SculpSure 101

SculpSure is a non-surgical body contouring procedure that uses laser heat energy to melt away fat cells to encourage inch loss in common treatment areas like the abdomen, buttocks, thighs, upper arms, and more. SculpSure can produce up to 25% fat cell loss in a given treatment area, which can help achieve noticeable results. The SculpSure procedure can be performed in about 25 minutes, making it an excellent lunchtime procedure.

SculpSure is a great option for you if you’re looking to fit more comfortably in your favorite clothes, or you want to complete the results you’ve already been seeing with your diet and exercise regimen.

Take the Next Step

Want to learn more about SculpSure and EmSculpt, including which non-surgical body contouring treatment is right for you? Schedule a consultation at South Coast Plastic Surgery in Irvine, CA. (949) 701-4454

By | 2019-07-11T06:34:13-08:00 February 15th, 2019|
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