FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
Like with any other procedure, the exact cost will vary from client to client. How much you pay depends on what your issue is, how many treatments you need, and what type of body sculpting you get. In general, it tends to be no more expensive than other fat-removal procedures but significantly less than more invasive procedures.
HOW LONG IS THE SERVICE AND HOW SOON CAN I SEE RESULTS?
Treatments can take anywhere between 30 to 60 minutes to complete. The exact timing will depend on the area you’re treating as well as the technology used. You should also count on undergoing multiple treatments. Most patients require anywhere from 1-5 sessions for best results.
As far as how long it will take to actually see these results, that also varies. You can expect fat cells to start dying off within a few weeks. You’ll see some results after about a month. The full extent of the results will be apparent roughly three months after your final treatment. These are just rough guidelines. You may begin to see results earlier (or later) than this. After care is strongly recommended in order to achieve optimal results.
CAN IT HELP ME LOSE WEIGHT?
While removing fat will result in you weighing less, body sculpting is not a weight loss procedure. It’s no substitute for a healthy lifestyle and in order to get the best results, you should already be at or near your ideal weight.
DO THE RESULTS LOOK NATURAL?
All you’re doing is (non-surgically) removing fat cells. The results you see are all-natural and 100% you. Body contouring can help you bring out your ideal natural physique.
DOES IT HURT?
Body contouring is non-invasive and as such you avoid much of the discomfort associated with liposuction and other surgical procedures. The worst that most patients report is a slight pinch during the treatment and some numbness that may last for a few hours afterward. There is no down time and you can resume regular activities same day.
WHAT ARE THE RISKS?
One of the benefits of a non-surgical procedure like this is that the risk of complications are significantly reduced. It’s very unlikely that you’ll experience anything more than discomfort or a bit of numbness following your procedure. Still, if you do feel that anything is seriously wrong don’t hesitate to get in touch with our office or your primary physician.