The truSculpt system is quickly becoming a gold standard for non-invasive radio frequency (RF) body sculpting. RF energy allows for deep tissue heating that promotes
TruSculp is well tolerated with minimal discomfort and no downtime. Typically 1-2 treatments are necessary for the best results, which generally appear over a period of 4-16 weeks following the treatment.
TruSculp can often complement other body contouring treatments, and can be used to treat a wide range of areas.
Dr. Reszko will determine whether truSculpt is the best treatment for you during your consultation. Typically appropriate patients have a BMI less than 30 and have unwanted fat in certain areas of the body.
Dr. Reszko’s practice has extensive experience with the truSculpt device for body sculpting and fat removal. In addition, the practice offers multiple other state of the art technologies for bespoke treatments guaranteeing most optimal patient benefits.
Your suitability for truSculpt will be determined during your consultation with Dr. Reszko. Contraindications to truSculpt include
– cardiac pacemakers or internal defibrillators
– malignant or benign tumors in the target area
– metallic implants in the target area of any kind including joint replacements.
Treatment time depends on the area(s) treated, but typically between 15 minutes and an hour per area treated.
Dr. Reszko will discuss with you the likely number of treatments that will be needed based upon the area(s) you wish to have treated and your desired results. Typically 1-2 treatments are needed for each area. Treatments are spaced 4-8 weeks apart.
The energy delivered by truSculpt triggers the body’s own healing cascade to break down fat cells in treated areas. This process takes anywhere from 4 weeks to 3 months. You may begin to see results anytime during that period, or later.
There is no special preparation needed. You will have to remove any jewelry or body piercings in the area prior to treatment.
After a brief pre-treatment preparation, Dr. Reszko or one of her associates will apply the truSculpt hand piece to your skin and will deliver targeted pulses of appropriately calibrated RF energy. Each pulse will last on average 5 minutes; upon completion, the handpiece will be moved to an adjacent area to begin a new pulse. The actual treatment will typically last between 15 minutes and an hour, depending on the number of pulses applied.
Most patients find the resulting discomfort easily tolerable. Your physician can adjust the temperature depending upon your comfort level. Typically no pain medication, topical anesthetics, gels, or active cooling will be needed.
Yes, the procedure is non-invasive, so typically you can return to normal activities immediately. Patients frequently return to work right after the session.
The truSculpt system is designed to provide a safe and comfortable procedure. Typically, there is no downtime after the treatment though patients may experience mild discomfort. Side effects can include redness, sweating, and mild tenderness in the treated areas. Usually these side effects resolve within a few hours.