Personalized Body Sculpting: The Next Evolution

In recent years, the medical aesthetic industry has seen rapid growth in the number of body sculpting and body contouring procedures performed. The trend is projected to continue growing with the overall market growth of 16.3% year over year through 2020.1

truSculpt iD is the latest body sculpting treatment solution from Cutera, providing a personalized, hands-free and hand-held solution to revolutionize your practice. This powerful, non-invasive, Monopolar RF platform tailors to patients’ individual needs and features Real-Time Temperature Control for clinically proven results, safety, and patient experience. truSculpt iD treats the entire fat layer, resulting in an average of 24% fat reduction.2 It offers unique handpiece and placement location versatility and customized 15-minute protocols to treat a full abdomen or multiple body areas simultaneously.

truscrulpt® iD System
  • Abdominal lipolysis
  • Reduce abdominal and flank circumference
  • Deep dermal heating

truSculpt iD Technology

truSculpt iD provides an innovative RF technology that delivers clinically proven results to expand your body sculpting business. The system versatility allows for customized treatments to multiple body areas simultaneously based on patients need in as little as one 15-minute treatment protocol.

truSculpt iD delivers heat to the entire fat layer while maintaining a comfortable skin temperature – optimizing clinical efficacy and maintaining patient comfort.3,4

truSculpt iD treatment
2 MHz Monopolar RF: Cutera’s proprietary, low frequency and uniform delivery technology, penetrates deep to treat the entire fat layer from skin to muscle.
truSculpt iD real time temperature control
Real-Time Temperature Control: Skin temperature is continuously monitored and energy delivery is automatically adjusted to reach and hold a therapeutic temperature of >45ºC in the fat, while maintaining a skin temperature of 3-4ºC cooler.3,4
truSculpt iD after treatment
12 Weeks After truSculpt iD Treatment: Average of 24% fat reduction.2
truSculpt iD fat heat selectivity
Fat-Heat Selectivity: Optimized energy delivery and heating enhances selective apoptosis of the subcutaneous adipose tissue.
truSculpt iD real time temperature control
An average of 24% fat cells are irreversibly damaged.2
truSculpt iD after treatment
Fat cells are slowly removed and excreted through the body naturally over a 12-week process.

Clinical histology indicates that truSculpt iD is clinical proven to cause inflammation and fat necrosis from beneath the dermis down to 1.5 cm in depth. The histological findings are complemented by clinical studies which show an average 24% fat reduction as measured by ultrasound.

truSculpt iD histology

truSculpt iD’s sleek design allows clinicians to navigate and operate the device with ease. Featuring a short learning curve and an intuitive interface, truSculpt iD incorporates an array of handpieces to customize treatments whether its hands-free, hand-held or a smaller handpiece.

truSculpt iD Handpieces

Hands-free 2 MHz 40 cm2

For stationary use with up to six 40 cm² hands-free handpieces placed simultaneously over multiple localized fat pockets. Handpieces cover up to 300 cm² treatment area on the abdomen and flanks in 15 minutes.

truSculpt iD hands-free handpieces

Hand-held 2 MHz 40 cm2

For use in a gliding motion over fat pockets contained within the small or medium treatment templates. Handpiece covers up to 144 cm² treatment area on the body in 15 minutes.

truSculpt iD hand-held handpiece

Hand-held 1 MHz 16 cm2

For use with a stationary placement over soft tissue in areas that are smaller than the templates or anatomically difficult areas. Handpiece covers 16 cm² petite treatment area in 5 minutes.

truSculpt iD 16cm hand-held handpiece

truSculpt® iD Results

1 Medical Insight (2017). Energy-Based Body Shaping/Skin Tightening.    2 Amy Taub, MD ASDS 2017 Poster Presentation.    3 Walfre Franco, PhD, Amogh Kothare, MS, and David J. Goldberg, MD. Controlled Volumetric Heating of Adipose Tissue Using a Novel Radiofrequency Technology. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 41:745–750 (2009).    4 Walfre Franco, PhD, Amogh Kothare, MS, Stephen J. Ronan, MD, FACS, Roy C. Grekin, MD, Timothy H. McCalmont, MD. Hyperthermic Injury to Adipocyte Cells by Selective Heating of Subcutaneous Fat with a Novel Radiofrequency Device: Feasibility Studies. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 42:361–370 (2010).