Introducing The New, Fastest Body Contouring Technology

Published: Monday, Jul 16, 2018

With today’s launch of the new truSculpt ® iD system, Cutera is once again revolutionizing the body-sculpting industry, presenting a faster, more efficient treatment option for circumferential reduction and fat thickness reduction as measured by ultrasound. Compared to other body-sculpting technologies which can take anywhere from 60 to 90 minutes, we are excited to deliver a solution that will enable our physician customers to complete one treatment in as little as 15 minutes.

The key to the truSculpt iD system’s incredible efficiency lies in its comprehensive handpiece options. By including a range of handpieces — six hands-free, one hand-held, and one designed specifically for smaller areas — you have the ability to activate multiple handpieces to treat larger areas simultaneously and you can place the handpieces where they’re needed most, diminishing fat pockets in the bulky areas. In addition, truSculpt iD gives you the power to customize each treatment to the individual patient’s needs, applying larger and smaller handpieces as needed to target precise areas.

If you’re an aesthetic medicine specialist, you recognize the value of measuring expectations. With truSculpt iD, you’ll be able to state with confidence that patients will get noticeable results in just one treatment. It’s clear truSculpt iD offers the potential for an incredibly fast return on investment.
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truSculpt iD: Efficiency and Efficacy

truSculpt iD uses a powerful non-invasive, monopolar radio frequency (RF) with a 2 MHz frequency to achieve selective, and effective disruption of the subcutaneous adipose tissue. Its proprietary closed-loop temperature feedback mechanism ensures therapeutic temperatures are met throughout each 15-minute treatment zone. The results speak for themselves — a 24% reduction in fat thickness. In addition, because patients continue to see reductions for 12 weeks post-treatment, we are pleased to report high satisfaction rates among patients and practices alike.

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