SculpSure and liposuction both offer active and healthy adults a way to effectively combat excess fat.

SculpSure is a noninvasive treatment that uses laser energy to selectively heat and destroy fat cells beneath the skin.

Liposuction is a more invasive surgical procedure, that requires incisions and anesthesia, and removes unwanted fat with thin tubes called cannulas.

If you are unsure which procedure is right for you, continue reading as we compare SculpSure vs. liposuction in terms of treatment areas, cost, recovery, risks, and results.

SculpSure vs. Liposuction – Treatment Areas

SculpSure is an excellent non-surgical fat removal option for patients with stubborn bulges. The treatment works especially well on localized fat deposits in the abdomen, flanks, thighs, hips, back, and chin.

Liposuction, on the other hand, is recommended in the event that an individual has larger, thicker areas of excess fat that they wish to eliminate. 

SculpSure vs. Liposuction – Cost

When it comes to the cost of SculpSure vs. liposuction, SculpSure definitely comes out on top.

While both SculpSure and liposuction pricing depends on the location, size, and number of treatment areas, SculpSure is typically half the price of lipo.

That’s because liposuction has added expenses associated with a surgical procedure, including facility fees and anesthesia. Nonsurgical SculpSure avoids these fees.

SculpSure vs. Liposuction – Recovery

If you are considering a fat removal procedure, you’ll be happy to learn that SculpSure doesn’t require any downtime. In fact, at just 25 minutes a treatment, many patients can undergo SculpSure over their lunch break and return to work immediately after.

The same cannot be said about liposuction. As a much more invasive and complex procedure, liposuction requires recovery, including time off from work and restricted activity.

SculpSure vs. Liposuction – Risks and Results

SculpSure has an impressive safety profile and carries little to no risk. Any side effects that patients may experience are mild and temporary.

In comparison, liposuction can lead to bruising, swelling, pain, numbness, scars, and limited mobility. It can also take up to 6 months for all swelling to subside and reveal final results.

What’s more, SculpSure can eliminate up to 24 percent of unwanted fat and tighten skin. However, liposuction is unable to effectively address skin laxity.

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If you are debating between SculpSure vs. liposuction, please call our office today to schedule a consultation with one of our highly skilled and experienced providers.