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Sculpt Your Body Just In Time For Summer!

At The Center For SmartLipo & Plastic Surgery offers SculpSure® for patients seeking to reduce unwanted stubborn fat.  Dr. Richard Goldfarb can work with you to find the right treatment to address your cosmetic goals.

We offer a full range of treatments and procedures to help you achieve your ideal aesthetic. To learn more about your options, visit The Center For SmartLipo & Plastic Surgery in Langhorne, PA. To schedule a consultation, call  215.240.4667 or schedule a consultation online.

What You Need To Know About SculpSure®

What is SculpSure?

SculpSure is a non-invasive body contouring system that uses laser technology to target fat cells in the flanks, abdomen, love handles, inner thighs, outer thighs, and post posterior bra.

How long does the SculpSure procedure take?

On average, each SculpSure session takes about 25 minutes. During your consultation, Dr. Goldfarb will recommend the appropriate number of sessions to meet your cosmetic goals.

What happens during SculpSure procedure?

Four non-suction applicators are attached to the designate areas on the body. The applicators will elevate the tissue temperature in about four minutes and will begin to destroy the fat cells. The procedure takes about 25 minutes to complete. Patients usually report feeling a warming sensation throughout their treatment.

How soon will I see results after the SculpSure procedure?

Results may vary with each patient. However, most patients report noticing results as early as 6 weeks. Patients usually see full results are seen around 12 weeks.* Depending on your cosmetic goals, some patients may need multiple treatments for the best possible result.

How long is the downtime from SculpSure?
There is minimal to no downtime after the SculpSure treatment. SculpSure’s technology causes little to no dermal damage. Unlike traditional sculping methods, patients who undergo SculpSure treatment experience less swelling and bruising. Using patented Contact Cooling technology, the procedure causes little to no discomfort for the patient

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