Over the last ten years, the industry of medicine and aesthetic treatments has experienced rapid growth. Science now allows us to address excess fat and skin laxity with non-surgical alternatives. Many areas of medicine now use everything from laser light to ultrasound energy to treat areas of the body and improve body contours. With truSculpt ID, one of the latest body sculpting services, patients can tighten and tone specific areas that have excess fat cells present.
What is truSculpt ID?
With truSculpt ID, a doctor can utilize monopolar radiofrequency, or RF, energy. This energy penetrates deep into the skin, using a specific temperature controlled device that can be adjusted to the therapeutic temperature needed to target excess fat cells. In most situations, almost one-fourth of the fat cells in an area are damaged and then slowly removed through the body naturally over the course of several weeks.
Are results permanent?
Fat cells do not regrow, so once fat cells are damaged and flushed through the body, they will not return. However, this does not mean that the existing fat cells cannot grow in size. Because of this, the team of Skin and Laser Surgery Center of New England encourages patients who undergo truSculpt ID to maintain a healthy lifestyle with proper nutrition and regular exercise. By staying active and eating right, patients can maintain their new body sculpted results for many years to come, avoiding the growth of the current fat cells.
Is truSculpt ID safe?
Our doctors are well-educated on the application of truSculpt ID to treat various areas of the body. We are also well aware of how effective radiofrequency energy can be at targeting unwanted fat. This treatment has been cleared and approved by the FDA and provides safe, noticeable results!
Speak to the team of Skin and Laser Surgery Center of New England
If you are intrigued by non-surgical solutions to fat reduction and body contouring, we invite you to book a consultation visit with one of our providers at any of our three convenient locations in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. We are pleased to provide a wide range of technologically-advanced options for patients to choose from to eliminate the need for surgical intervention.