For a comfortable, non-surgical way to reshape your body, consider truSculpt™. This new body contouring treatment available at Trillium Creek Dermatology & Surgery that uses warming radiofrequency energy to heat deep layers of skin and fat to improve your overall body contours by reducing fat and the appearance of cellulite. After only 1 or 2 truSculpt sessions, you’ll notice that your trouble zones look slimmer and smoother.
truSculpt® 3D is the most effective in-office treatment to reduce and eliminate stubborn subcutaneous fat in the flanks and tummy regions. It is the only FDA-approved non-invasive laser treatment that can eliminate up to 25% of belly and flank fat.
truSculpt® 3D can be used for:
One of the main advantages of truSculpt is that the procedure is very simple and comfortable, requiring no anesthetic before and no downtime afterward. During your treatment, a hand piece that emits radiofrequency energy is placed over the targeted area. Pulses of energy cause fat cells to heat up and shrink, promoting skin contraction for a slimming and smoothing effect. Each treatment usually lasts about 1 hour. The level of heat can be adjusted for each person, ensuring a positive experience free of pain or discomfort.
Combine four 15-minute treatments in one session for maximum results in the most common treatment areas—the abdomen and flanks.
Most people begin to see results from truSculpt in about 4 weeks, with the final results appearing after about 12 weeks. One or 2 sessions are usually enough to create significant improvements, but more treatments can be performed if necessary.
truSculpt® takes a multi-dimensional approach to body sculpting and circumferential reduction by delivering clinically therapeutic temperatures to the subcutaneous adipose tissue to achieve the highest clinical efficacy in the shortest possible treatment time. This Targeted, Repeatable and Uniform approach ensures TRU 3D results are achieved.
12 weeks post One tx
12 weeks post One tx
Post 2 Treatments
Post One Treatment
Post 3 Treatments
Photos courtesy of A. Taub, M.D and W. Grant Stevens, M.D.