Body Sculpting with Ultrasound Cavitation

What is Ultrasound Cavitation?

Ultrasonic cavitation is a body sculpting procedure that removes excess fat under the skin. It is also known as brand names such as Liponix or Ultrashape.

This technique is a less invasive solution to cosmetic procedures such as liposuction. The therapy employs ultrasonic radio waves to disintegrate fat cells, which are then drained into your lymphatic system.

Ultrasonic cavitation differs from other related procedures, such as ultrasound liposuction, in that no incisions are needed. This means the regeneration would be simpler. It also implies that the findings could be less visible.

Ultrasonic cavitation is intended to hit small regions of fat and aid in body contouring. It is not a medication for those who are attempting to shed a significant amount of weight.

The jury is still out on how effective ultrasound cavitation is. There is preliminary proof that this is a successful body contouring treatment.

If you’re thinking about getting this procedure, keep reading to learn what you need to know about the costs, side effects, operation, recovery time, and more.

 

 

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How Does CoolSculpting Compare to Ultrasonic Fat Cavitation?

Ultrasonic Fat Cavitation is a technique that uses ultrasonic (high-frequency sound waves) to liquefy fat cells. The lymphatic system of your body then springs into action to remove these melted, dead fat cells. The handpiece used often helps shape your target areas by breaking down tissue to give you a slimmer look.

CoolSculpting eliminates fat by “freezing” fat cells, causing them to fail and die. When these fat cells die, the body’s other cell processes take over and eliminate the dead fat cells. CoolSculpting is only FDA-approved for use on the following areas of the body: the chin/jawline section, the thighs, the belly, the flanks, the bra fat, the back fat, beneath the butt, and the upper arms.

According to the CoolSculpting website, effects can take up to 3 months to appear. This is because it takes time for the fat cells to be broken down and expelled from the body using their patented freezing process.

Ultrasonic Fat Cavitation, on the other hand, is effective within a few days. The ultrasonic waves quickly liquefy the fat cells, and the body’s lymphatic system springs into action to eliminate the dead fat cells.

 

What Area Of The Body Is Treated During The Procedure?

A one-hour procedure will target a medium-sized region of the body, such as your thighs, bottock, stomach or back. Smaller regions, such as the jaw or the upper arm, should be handled at the same time. For optimum efficacy, multiple therapies on the same area are advised. Extra belly fat, for example, may necessitate 3-6 therapies, while greater regions may necessitate more.

 

 

How long will it be before I see results?

The majority of people would experience a significant change in their measurements following the first injection! Fat elimination lasts for up to one week after surgery, but it can decline further a few days later. Please keep in mind that findings can vary due to variations in metabolism.

 

Is There Downtime After Ultrasonic Cavitation?

Through Ultrasonic Fat Cavitation, you can resume your normal day routine directly after the treatment. There is no reason to take time off from work or school. Many customers receive treatments on their lunch break.  This is due to the fact that the operation is painless, soothing, and can be performed in an hour or less.

 

Can Anybody Get Ultrasonic Cavitation Treatments?

There are several drawbacks of using cavitation devices to treat concentrated fat. Ultrasonic Cavitation is not recommended for patients who have a heart condition, kidney failure, or liver failure. It is not for pregnant women, and you must wait at least three months after childbirth or at least six months after a C section. If you want to try Ultrasonic Cavitation after childbirth, you can first get permission from your doctor.

 

 

 

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