truSculpt 3D Overall Review: 4.88

Meets Doctor Expectations: 4.94
Meets Patient Expectations: 5
Complications/Adverse Responses: 5
(1 is worse than expected 5 is less than expected)
Downtime: 5
(1 is worse than expected 5 is less than expected)
Pain: 4.47
(1 is worse than expected 5 is less than expected)
Review by: American Health and Beauty Editors
Why Physicians Recommend truSculpting 3D
  • Destroys fat cells
  • Single treatment, no weekly/bi-weekly regiment
  • Completely non-invasive, minimal downtime
  • The device specifically targets the fat cells in the layer closest to skin
  • The majority of patients who review this procedure are pleased with the overall result
Complaints About TruSculpt 3D
  • No immediate "wow" factor, long process to see full results, final results often around 4 months
  • Treatment heats skin, feels like a hot-stone massage
  • Not for weight loss, spot fat reduction only
Conclusion
A patient can typically have this procedure performed in multiple areas less expensively than CoolSculpting or SculpSure. truSculpt 3D uses heat to cause fat necrosis, ie. kills the fat cells, which are then expelled from the body over time. It is not considered a weight loss procedure. Consulting with a knowledgeable doctor to determine if you are a good candidate for the treatment is highly encouraged. Patient selection is important for this procedure. The aveerage cost for truSculpt 3D is $1,200 to $2,400

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