Has Your Weight-Loss Resolution Stalled? We Can Help with WarmSculpting™ with SculpSure®

As unfair as it seems, diet and exercise simply can’t banish every cluster of fat on your body. Though you work hard to achie

If 2020 is the year you’ve resolved to finish off your weight-loss plans, yet there are still rolls and bulges standing between you and your ideal contours, then it’s time to enlist the aid of the body sculpting specialists at Wandisan-Rosete Medical Group in Tracy, California. Using the revolutionary WarmSculpting™ with SculpSure® procedure, you can control those spots that haven’t responded to your efforts before.

The problem behind fat rolls

To understand why you have body fat that you can’t change with diet or exercise, you must appreciate the difference between subdermal and visceral fat. All your weight loss or weight maintenance efforts to this point have addressed visceral fat.

Visceral fat is internal body fat that’s stored behind muscle walls. Tighten up your stomach muscles, and they act like a control garment, harnessing in visceral fat. Subdermal fat (fat located between muscle and skin) has little to hide behind. Your body has its own process of drawing on fat when diet and exercise put you in a calorie deficit; you have no way to ensure that subdermal fat is the type that gets burned away.

The SculpSure difference

The tissue that stores fat cells has a property that proves useful for body sculpting efforts. Unlike your skin, which can tolerate a wide range of temperatures, fat cells aren’t as robust. WarmSculpting with SculpSure uses laser light energy targeted for absorption by fat cells. As fat absorbs this energy, it warms up, reaching a temperature called the coagulation point. It does this without bruising, which can be an issue with other, suction-based body sculpting systems.

Once at the coagulation point, your body recognizes the fat cells as damaged and targets them for removal. This happens quietly, behind the scenes, over the next few weeks. Damaged cells get absorbed and flushed from your body through the lymphatic system.

You’ll see results about six weeks after your WarmSculpting session, with maximum effect usually achieved by the 12-week mark. You’ll feel nothing adverse. You’ll only start to see the subtle slimming begin to appear. Your family and friends won’t suddenly notice you’ve had work done because the changes are gradual. They’ll only see the spectacular new contours you’re sporting.

What to expect from SculpSure

WarmSculpting with SculpSure is completely non-invasive. The system’s applicators deliver laser energy through your skin without affecting dermal tissue. All you’ll feel is a warming sensation that’s described as similar to the effects of a warm stone massage. It can all be done with 25-minute sessions that require no recovery time.

You’re able to treat virtually any fat problem area with WarmSculpting with SculpSure. It’s cleared by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for reducing fat in the following locations:

WarmSculpting with SculpSure doesn’t replace your other weight loss efforts but adds the final touches when you’ve got your body close to your goal. It could be the last step toward achieving your New Year’s resolution.

Contact Wandisan-Rosete Medical Group for a personalized weight loss consultation, including more about WarmSculpting with SculpSure. You can call the office directly at 209-226-4308 or you can use the appointment request link online.

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