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MidAmerica Plastic Surgery: Ryan Diederich, MD
4955 South State Route 159 #1
Glen Carbon, IL 62034
(618) 288-7855
Monday & Wednesday: 7 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
Tuesday & Thursday: 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m.–12 p.m.

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The Spa at MidAmerica Plastic Surgery
4955 South State Route 159 #1
Glen Carbon, IL 62034
(618) 307-6233
Monday–Thursday: 8 a.m.–7 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.


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TruSculptis the latest noninvasive technology to address a wide set of aesthetic concerns on the body. truSculpt is clinically proven to deliver deep, uniform heating to tackle adipose and cellulite with comfort and ease — even on the smallest of areas of the body, improving your overall body contours by reducing fat and the appearance of cellulite. The truSculpt system used at our Glen Carbon, Ill, med spa is a safe, effective FDA cleared device and was developed based on findings from the only published, peer-reviewed study demonstrating time-temperature dependency on adipose cell viability. The in-vitro testing demonstrated 60 percent loss of cell viability 1.2 following a sustained temperature of 45℃ to adipose cells for 3 minutes.1


TrSculpt™ can be applied to even the smallest part of the body. This system is often used to correct other systems results which can leave unusual edges and borders.

Treatment Areas

The TruSculpt™ procedure is most beneficial for the thighs, buttocks, abdomen, and neck but it can be used on other areas of stubborn fat as well.

What to Expect

The process is easier than you expect. You will feel a gentle warming sensation to the areas being treated. We perform the truSculpt™ procedure at our office near Maryville. It takes 30-45 minutes depending on the area to be treated and you can return to work afterwards with little to no discomfort.


Most people begin to see results from truSculpt™ in about 4 weeks, with the final results appearing after about 12 weeks. Two to 3 sessions are usually enough to create significant improvements, but more treatments can be performed if necessary.

Compared to Liposuction

Although truSculpt™ can improve your body contours and shrink fat cells, it cannot remove large amounts of fat the way liposuction can. Those who need more dramatic improvements may want to consider liposuction techniques as a more effective option.

Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon Dr. Ryan Diederich

Dr. Diederich is a Southern Illinois native realizing his dream of giving back to the community. He helps patients feel and look their best with his surgical skills and compassionate care.

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Now What?

Dr. Ryan Diederich is a board-certified plastic surgeon specializing in a range of aesthetic and reconstructive plastic surgery procedures at Mid-America Institute of Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery in Glen Carbon, IL. If you’re looking for a plastic surgeon east of St. Louis, you can schedule a consultation online, or call us at 618-307-6233 to schedule an appointment.

1 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) ; 1.2 Walfre Franco, PhD, Amogh Kothare, MS, Stephen J. Ronan, MD, FACS, Roy C. Grekin, MD and 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)