The Best Noninvasive Procedure for Sculpting Problem Areas

You’ve sweated it out at the gym and cut down your calories, yet you’re still left with unwelcome lumps of fat despite your best efforts. In response, you ramp up your exercise routine and reduce your calorie count even more — to no avail. With dismay, you think that surgical removal is your only option. Thankfully, there is another way.

Here at Lafferty Family Care, we understand your struggle, which is why we’ve armed ourselves with a noninvasive solution that helps our patients in Bentonville, Arkansas, reach their body-shape goals with nary a knife in sight. With a treatment system called SculpSure®, we can target and destroy fat cells that seem to mock your diet and exercise program.

If you’d like to learn more about the best noninvasive procedure for treating problem areas of stubborn fat, read on.

Holding on

To better understand why your fat resists your most ardent efforts, it helps to understand the forces that drive your body shape. To start, diet and exercise are key to any good weight loss program, but it’s almost impossible to target where you’ll see results.

Your body stores extra energy in a set number of fat cells that you carry with you throughout your life. When you take in more calories than you burn, your body stashes these extra calories in your existing fat cells, but doesn’t create new ones.

When you lose weight, your body reaches into these stores for energy, reducing the size of your fat cells, which leads to overall weight loss. But your body chooses which cells it taps the energy from, preventing you from directing it to any one specific area.

This process is further dictated by your sex. For example, females are more likely to store fat around their pelvic reproductive organs, which leads to extra fat around their abdomens, thighs, and buttocks, and their bodies are loathe to give up this protective padding. Men, on the other hand, don’t tend to gain weight in the thighs and buttocks, but around their midsections.

The end result is that you’re left with problem areas of fat deposits that only liposuction can tackle. Until now.

Laser over lipo

Liposuction is an effective procedure that reduces fat in targeted areas, but it’s still surgery and requires incisions and a good deal of recovery time. Not to mention, the risk of infection is always present any time you open up your body.

With our SculpSure system, we send laser energy through to your fat cells to heat them up and destroy them, without breaking the surface of your skin. In fact, the procedure is so comfortable that most of our patients use their quick 25-minute treatment sessions to catch up on reading or emails. Once we’re done, you’re free to get back to your normal routine without the downtime that comes with surgery.

After your visit with us, your body sets to work to clear out the destroyed fat cells through your lymphatic system, all while you continue on with your life without skipping a beat. Using this technique, we can reduce your fat cells by as much as 24% in the treated problem areas, including your love handles, belly, thighs, buttocks, back, upper arms, and even under your chin.

This noninvasive technique for reducing fat helps you reshape problem areas without resorting to painful surgery. As a bonus, at the same time that SculpSure reduces your fat cells, it also spurs a collagen response, which helps firm up your skin from the inside out. This is a far cry from the small scarring that liposuction leaves behind.

You have enough risks in your life without piling onto them with invasive surgery. If you’re plagued by fat deposits that won’t go away through diet and exercise, we can help with a noninvasive solution that’s highly effective. Give us a call to learn more or fill out the form on this website to schedule a consultation.

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