Ultrasonic Cavitation, commonly known as ultrasonic liposuction, is a non-surgical fat removal technique using ultrasound. Immediate results might be seen for up to one week after therapy. This method is a safer alternative to surgical procedures such as liposuction. The therapy employs an ultrasonic device in conjunction with RF and bipolar technologies to target fat deposits. It may be used with laser lymphatic drainage to aid in the elimination of toxins and fat from the body. Ultrasonic cavitation differs from other related procedures, such as ultrasonic liposuction, in that no incisions are required.
The optimal ultrasonic cavitation candidate: is in excellent general health, does not smoke, has realistic goals, and is within 15 pounds of their target weight.
Ultrasonic cavitation is intended to target tiny fat deposits and assist with body contouring. It is not a therapy for persons wanting to shed a significant amount of weight.
How is Ultrasonic Cavitation Accomplished?
Ultrasonic cavitation utilizes ultrasonic technology to breakdown fat cells.
Deep into the layers of your skin, ultrasound waves are sent, generating a disruptive vibration. The fat cells then separate from one another and are expelled from the dermal layers.
After a few days, the lymphatic system absorbs the fat cells and drains them from the body as waste.
Targeted Areas for Ultrasonic Cavitation
Treatment is most effective at reducing fat in “fibrotic” places in your body, which include the back and chest area.
Ultrasonic cavitation is also frequently performed on the:
Ultrasonic Cavitation Side Effects
Ultrasonic cavitation is considered a low-risk treatment for most people. Common side effects include:
In some cases, the skin won’t absorb the fat evenly after it breaks down. Lumps, bumps, and valleys on your skin can appear after ultrasonic cavitation treatment. These skin irregularities may be resolved by followup treatments.
What to expect after ultrasonic cavitation?
You should be able to stand and drive yourself home after ultrasonic cavitation. Typically, pain and bruising are mild. You will be urged to drink as much water as possible following the treatment to assist your lymphatic system in flushing out the fatty cells. But do not anticipate results immediately. Immediately after your session, your body may feel bloated or swollen. It takes time for your body to break down and dissolve the displaced fat cells.
Additionally, you may take many treatments to get apparent benefits. Ultrasonic Cavitation may be performed weekly for a total of four to eight treatments. To attain the desired outcomes, protocols will be advised for each unique client’s requirements. The effects of this therapy are lasting if you keep a healthy diet and exercise routine. If you lead a sedentary lifestyle, fat deposits may reappear in treated regions.