The latest FDA approved technology to permanent reduce fat and tighten skin, all in one treatment. A newer, more effective treatment than CoolSculpting? We think so. Patients see up to a 24% reduction in fat wall thickness after just one treatment.
Non-surgical body sculpting has has become one of the most highly requested treatments from medical aesthetic practices. After close evaluation of several technologies available, Dr. Scott and the Belle Vous team determined that TruSculpt 3D offered the most reliable and consistent results with clinical trials showing the average patient's fat wall reduction of 24% in just 12 weeks as measured by ultrasound.
One of the most common questions we get is how is TruSculpt 3D different than Coolscultping?
Coolsculpting is FDA approved to reduce fat, but cannot offer the dual benefits of fat reduction AND skin tightening as experienced with TruSculpt 3D. In addition, most Coolsculpting patients require multiple treatments (in most cases, 3 treatments) whereas TruSculpt 3D is often a "one-and-done" procedure. TruSculpt 3D can treat any area of the body, including those too large to too small for the applicators used for Coolsculpting.
TruSculpt 3D uses radio frequency energy to heat deep layers of skin and fat to improve the look and contour of trouble zones. Tissue is heated to 44 degrees Celsius via deep radio frequencies. This leads to fat cell apoptosis, or cell death, and release through the body's lymphatic system. Because TruSculpt 3D uses heat, the body naturally generates new collagen which offers a tightening to the treated skin yielding improved tone and laxity.
Fat reduction AND skin tightening, all in one treatment.
In clinical trials, when compared to Coolsculpting, TruSculpt 3D achieved the highest percentage of fat thickness removal in just one treatment, according to Dr. Amy Forman Taub (TruSculpt 3D Clinical Investigator & Director of Chicago-based Advance Dermatology).
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Results may vary by Patient