We are excited to NOW OFFER services using truSculpt iD – an FDA-approved non-invasive alternative to liposuction that uses radiofrequency heat to destroy stubborn fat cells.
It’s not weight loss. It’s fat loss. truSculpt is truly about sculpting your body in certain areas – abdomen, love handles, hips, double-chin, lower back, arms, legs and so on. You’ll find your clothes fit better, look better, and feel better on you.
truSculpt, a sophisticated and newer technology compared to Coolsculpting, is pretty fast, versatile, and more comfortable using heat. truSculpt iD treats the entire fat layer, resulting in an average of 24% fat reduction. It offers unique handpiece placement versatility and customized 15-minute protocols to treat a full abdomen or multiple body areas simultaneously.
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Key benefits are below.
- 24% fat reduction
- No down-time compared to surgical options
- Newer technology compared to Coolsculpting
- Uses Hyperthermia vs Hypothermia (Coolsculpting)
- Comfortable like a hot stone yoga vs (intense cold, tingling, aching with Coolsculpting)
- Visible results in just one session of 15 minutes. (105 mins with Coolsculpting)
Fire or Ice: We chose Fire to burn fat!
There are two ways to burn fat non-invasively. Using heat (Trusculpt) and cold (Coolsculpting). We chose heat due to the flexibility, versatility and comfort. Please see the Trusculpt and CoolSculpting comparison for more details.
truSculpt iD uses an innovative RF technology to deliver heat to the entire fat layer while maintaining a comfortable skin temperature – optimizing clinical efficacy and maintaining patient comfort.
Clinical histology indicates that truSculpt iD is clinical proven to cause inflammation and fat necrosis from beneath the dermis down to 1.5 cm in depth. The histological findings are complemented by clinical studies which show an average 24% fat reduction as measured by ultrasound.
1 Medical Insight (2017). Energy-Based Body Shaping/Skin Tightening. 2 Amy Taub, MD ASDS 2017 Poster Presentation. 3 Walfre Franco, PhD, Amogh Kothare, MS, and David J. Goldberg, MD. Controlled Volumetric Heating of Adipose Tissue Using a Novel Radiofrequency Technology. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 41:745–750 (2009). 4 Walfre Franco, PhD, Amogh Kothare, MS, Stephen J. Ronan, MD, FACS, Roy C. Grekin, MD, Timothy H. McCalmont, MD. Hyperthermic Injury to Adipocyte Cells by Selective Heating of Subcutaneous Fat with a Novel Radiofrequency Device: Feasibility Studies. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 42:361–370 (2010). 5 Renews skin via deep tissue heating