Start Honing Your Summer Body Now With Our New, Noninvasive truSculptⓇ iD Laser

You sweat it out at the gym and cut your calories, but you’re disappointed with the results, as stubborn pockets of fat continue to cling to your body. If this sounds familiar, we have the perfect solution with our truSculpt® iD laser technology, which targets and destroys your fat directly. And, if you start now, you’ll be ready to debut that swimsuit body come summer.

The team here at Cosmetic Surgery Center, under the direction of Drs. Trent Fogleman and Paul Benien Jr., takes great pride in offering the latest technologies for reaching your cosmetic goals. As part of our extensive suite, we offer truSculpt iD, which is a personalized body-sculpting treatment for all body types.

Here’s a look at how our truSculpt iD technology can help you greet summer with the body of your dreams — if you start now.

A direct approach to fat reduction

One of the primary benefits of our truSculpt iD system is that it allows us to work around physiology and target your troublesome fat cells directly.

Despite what many products and services may claim, it’s very hard to target certain areas of fat through diet and exercise. While these are still excellent approaches for getting to your body-shape goals, the fact is that your body chooses where it sheds the pounds.

For example, women are hard-wired to carry more fat around their reproductive organs, which means their abdomens, hips, thighs, and buttocks. Men, on the other hand, tend to carry excess body fat in their abdomens alone.

So, naturally, you want to target these areas, but studies show that spot reduction is ineffective. In other words, no matter how many crunches you do, you may still be left with unwanted love handles or thick thighs.

With truSculpt iD, we bridge the gap between your weight loss and your final body-shape goal. To do this, we deliver noninvasive, monopolar radiofrequency energy directly into your problematic fat cells, which heats them up and destroys them. In fact, this treatment can reduce the fat in your treatment areas by up to 24%.

Getting ready for summer

If you want to debut a bathing-suit ready figure this summer, we suggest you start your truSculpt iD treatments now. Most of our patients require a series of treatments for best results — usually 2-5 sessions depending upon the size of the treatment area. 

Please note that there’s no downtime after your noninvasive truSculpt treatments, which means you can come in during your lunch hour or on your way home from work.

We space these treatments out to allow time for your body to process the permanently damaged fat cells, which are flushed out through your lymphatic system.

As you progress through your truSculpt iD treatments, you’ll realize gradual results, with full results about 12 weeks after your final session. So, if you start now, your body will take its final shape by summer.

If you want to get started on honing your body in time for summer, contact our office in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, to set up your truSculpt iD consultation.

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