SculpSure Warm Scultping Vs. CoolSculpting – Explore Your Options
- Posted on: Apr 15 2020
Getting a more toned, sculpted body is now as simple as melting (or freezing) the fat away. That may sound too good to be true, but it is a reality thanks to SculpSure and CoolSculpting body contouring treatments. These non-invasive treatments are being used by millions of men and women across the country to reduce unwanted fat as an alternative to traditional liposuction surgery. Both CoolSculpting and SculpSure are safe and effective, but they use different techniques to deliver your results. Let’s take a look at the key differences between these treatments to determine which might be right for you.
CoolSculpting vs. SculpSure
Both CoolSculpting and SculpSure have been cleared by the FDA as safe and effective treatments in body contouring. Both treatments rely on your body’s lymphatic system to flush out damaged fat cells and move them out of the body in the form of waste. Meaning both treatments take about 8 to 16 weeks to see results. However, once the results appear, they both will be long-lasting.
Why Choose SculpSure over CoolSculpting?
Though both treatments provide similar results, you may want to consider SculpSure over CoolSculpting for myriad reasons. Firstly, SculpSure is the latest in non-invasive body contouring. It was approved by the FDA in 2016 and rivals CoolSculpting in all of these areas:
- Treatment Areas – SculpSure can treat up to four different treatment areas at one time. However, CoolSculpting can treat only one area at a time. This makes SculpSure much less time-consuming and extensive.
- Treatment Times – In addition to treating more areas at one time, SculpSure’s advanced technology provides fast, 25-minute treatments.
- CoolSculpting Pain vs. SculpSure Pain – SculpSure uses a flat applicator that helps to make it a painless procedure. CoolSculpting uses suction and extreme cold during the procedure, which can be painful during the fat freezing process.
- Downtime and Recovery – SculpSure requires virtually no downtime or recovery and most patients find themselves back to their daily routine immediately after their treatment. In contrast, CoolSculpting is slightly more invasive with the use of extreme cold and some side effects can last up to 2 weeks.
If you’d like to learn more about SculpSure or set up a consultation with Dr. Schlessinger, give us a call today at 516-496-2122.