How Much Does SculpSure Cost?

How Much Does SculpSure Cost?

Are you searching for a non-surgical way to get rid of stubborn fat that won’t respond to diet and exercise – but you’re a bit nervous about what you’ll pay?

While non-surgical body contouring treatments are much less expensive than traditional liposuction surgery, many patients are still unsure of what kind of price tag they should expect to see. If you count yourself among them, good news: SculpSure, an FDA-approved fat reduction treatment, is affordable, can be done extremely quickly, and delivers better results than other non-surgical body contouring procedures.

Here’s how it works: SculpSure uses laser heat energy to penetrate the dermis layers to target the fat cells that are clustered just below the surface. The heat energy damages and even liquefies the fat cells, which cause them to shrink. Over time, the fat cells are removed by the body’s lymphatic system, thus causing a significant reduction in fat and noticeable inch loss. Clinical trials have shown that SculpSure can reduce fat cells by up to 24% in a treatment area, which is higher than other non-surgical body contouring options.

Not bad for a treatment that only takes about 25 minutes to administer!

SculpSure Irvine before and after

So now that you know a little more about SculpSure, you might be left with this important question: How much does SculpSure cost?

While the price average differs from city to city, you can generally expect to pay anywhere from $1500-$3000 for your SculpSure treatment. Keep in mind that depends on the number of SculpSure treatments you may need to achieve your desired results. In general, we recommend that patients undergo 1-3 sessions to see significant fat reduction. You’ll be provided your final price during your consultation.

Want to learn more about the cost of SculpSure treatments? Schedule a consultation at South Coast Plastic Surgery in Irvine, CA. (949) 701-4454

By | 2019-09-18T23:46:46-08:00 June 14th, 2018|
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