For reduction of particularly stubborn fat, the truSculpt® 3D is a unique and widely successful body-sculpting procedure. At VeinCare of Central North Carolina, Dr. Jane Smith and her clinical staff offer truSculpt 3D to treat stubborn areas of fat. TruSculpt 3D is a cutting-edge approach to fat reduction. Dr. Jane Smith and her clinical staff have seen excellent results with a significant decrease in fat thickness among her patients who have had treatment with truSculpt 3D. To find out more, call the office or book your appointment online and banish the bulge.
TruSculpt 3D is a safe, effective treatment that’s gaining momentum in the body-sculpting world. One of the many reasons for its surging popularity is its likelihood of achieving desired results with just one treatment, no surgery, and no downtime with treatments taking less time.
Dr. Smith uses the truSculpt 3D to help adults who are dissatisfied with excess fat in specific areas that have been unresponsive to diet, weight loss, exercise and other methods of treatment. It can be used on the abdomen itself, “love handles,” “back fat,” and under the chin. Dr. Smith and her clinical staff have found that it works well on the backs of the arms, thighs and inner knees.
TruSculpt 3D works by using radiofrequency technology to deliver heat that’s precisely directed at the fatty tissue below the skin. This diminishes stubborn fat cells around your stomach, flanks, back, and neck. It’s a noninvasive, nonsurgical, and quick in-office treatment that involves pain that is well tolerated by patients. Some people have described it as feeling similar to a hot stone massage although the degree of discomfort varies.
With the power of radiofrequency directed at the tissue in a precise beam of heat, the TruSculpt 3D device can deliver higher temperatures for extended time periods without sacrificing safety. Clinical trials have demonstrated the safety of the truSculpt 3D system, and have repeatedly shown a significant reduction in the measurement around the abdomen as well as a reduction in the tissue in the upper back, flanks, and neck.
The radiofrequency technology is an alternative form of destroying fat using a device that does not involve any contact with the skin. Dr. Smith notes that the system works particularly well in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise program.
Results can be seen and measured in many patients at 4-6 weeks following treatment. However, improvements can be noted sooner and can continue improving for up to three months or more.
Your body’s immune system breaks down and flushes out the fat cells after truSculpt 3D. You’ll be able to return to your daily routine right away.
Before the advent of radiofrequency technology to diminish fat cells, the treatment options outside of diet and exercise were limited. Liposuction and other body sculpting options weren’t well-tolerated and were minimally effective.
If you just can’t dispose of that unwanted fat, try the much sought-after truSculpt 3D. Call the office today or book your appointment online.
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