What is the healing process after truSculpt like?

What should be expected?

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Results Of TruSculpt

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TruSculpt is the latest non-invasive technology that addresses small areas of moderate excess fat on the body. TruSculpt is clinically proven to deliver deep, uniform heating to all body areas with comfort and ease to achieve selective fat reduction in small areas of resistant fat deposits in people. Treatment is easy and takes less than an hour. There is no pre-treatment preparation is needed. You can obtain optimal results in as little as 3 treatments. There is absolutely no downtime. Most patients can go back to work or normal exercise on the same day. No pulling, squeezing, poking or need for anaesthetic; you’ll just feel warmth in the treated areas. See results in just a few weeks, with final results showing in about 3 months.

Summit Emergency Medicine Physician

No Down-time, NO Kidding --after truSculpt Treatments!

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TruSculpt is the latest non-invasive device that has been clinically proven to target problem areas of fat on the body and under the chin that have been resistant to diet and exercise.
TruSculpt is an energy-based device that delivers controlled heat into the deep subcutaneous layers of the tissue at the same time that radio frequencytargets the fat to destroy, firm and smooth the surrounding area.

Immediately after a treatment, the area will remain warm but cools down significantly . The areas are not likely to blister or have residual itching or discomfort.  We suggest a gentle hand massage to the area or with the back of a smooth bath brush or hairbrush to stimulate the lymphatic circulation.

Ronald Moser, MD
San Juan Capistrano Physician

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