Stuck with Diet-Resistant Fat Pockets? TruSculpt Can Smooth You Out and Tighten You Up

Almost everyone has some area of their body that they don’t feel satisfied with, no matter how fit they become. For some people it’s a belly pooch, for others saddlebags or love handles. Most people have a problem area. 


Dr. Kevin Jovanovic and Dr. Radoslav Jovanovic are happy to offer a cutting-edge, noninvasive fat-reduction system to help you with those problem areas. It’s the Cutera truSculpt® system, and you won’t believe the results. 

No needles, no suction, no pain 

This procedure is not the same as liposuction, though the results might be equitable. With truSculpt body sculpting, you don’t endure so much as a needle stick. There’s no pain at all, and you won’t need any time to recover. 


Does it sound too good to be true? It’s just modern medical science.

The difference in heating, freezing, and truSculpt

You’ve probably heard of fat reduction that freezes fat cells, or the kind that uses laser energy to reduce fat. Our system uses radiofrequency energy. All three types target the fat cells beneath your skin, and damage them beyond repair. Your body then disposes of the cells through your lymphatic system.


One of the main differences between other types of noninvasive fat reduction and truSculpt is that radiofrequency energy can penetrate deeper beneath your skin, down to the layer of muscle -- without causing discomfort. 


Systems that use heat can often make the patient feel uncomfortable. With truSculpt, you only feel a gentle heat, perhaps like a heating pad on the low setting, rather than the more intense sensation that you might feel with fat reduction through laser energy. Those systems that remove fat cells by freezing them tend to work best on areas where there’s enough fat for the equipment to pinch. 

Should I get truSculpt body contouring? 

If you have quite a lot of weight to lose, body contouring may not be the best choice for you. Generally, truSculpt works well for people who are mostly fit, but have an area or two that they just can’t get to look the way they want. 


For example, many people have small fat pockets on their flanks, usually referred to as love handles, that won’t go away, no matter how much they exercise or how rigorous their diet is. In such a situation, truSculpt is an excellent option. 


You’ll be able to tell a difference right away, but you’ll really be able to see your full results in about 12 weeks, after your body has time to clear away all of the damaged fat cells. 

If you’d like to learn more about truSculpt body contouring and whether it might be a good solution for your problem areas, book an appointment with Dr. Jovanovic. You can easily schedule an appointment online, or you can simply call our office in New York City at 347-589-8018, and we’ll be happy to help.

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