Ultrasonic Cavitation – The Non-Invasive Alternative to Liposuction
This is how virtual liposuction with ultrasonic cavitation works
The ultrasonic waves increase the kinetic energy of molecular motion, resulting in heat. Therefore, when the heat induced by the ultrasonic device exceeds that which is normal for the body, there is a loss of cell function and protein denaturation. The cavitation process is induced by a sound frequency of 40kHz, which drives adipocytes, the so-called fat cells, to rupture.
As a result of this process, the ultrasound breaks down fat cells and releases triglycerides, which are then collected by the circulatory and lymphatic systems and most are excreted by the kidney or become lipoproteins in the liver.
Advantages of ultrasonic cavitation
The advantages of ultrasonic cavitation are numerous. First of all, the treatment is safe, painless and non-invasive. In addition, the results are from the first week of treatment and the procedure permanently removes fat cells. It is a safe and effective way to get rid of superficial fat accumulations and is remarkably effective in eliminating cellulite.
Ultrasonic cavitation is a safe and effective procedure that can painlessly remove fat deposits on the abdomen, chin, arms, hips, buttocks, and thighs. Ultrasound at this frequency restores skin tone both on its surface and in deep tissue. Virtual liposuction cavitation therapy is performed by several types of devices.
An ultrasonic cavitation session lasts between 30 and 90 minutes, during which the device is simply placed on the skin and a conductive gel is applied. You need about 12 weekly sessions or less to get the results you want. Hydration is required prior to this treatment, so you must drink the recommended 2 liters in a day as this will help the liver eliminate the fat. Cavitation patients are ideally close to normal weight but have hard-to-remove love handles. This type of procedure is extremely efficient in getting rid of localized fat deposits, but you should keep in mind that if you gain weight after the procedure, fat deposits will accumulate in different parts of the body. Therefore, it is recommended to stick to a healthy diet after the procedure.
Risks and contraindications of ultrasonic cavitation
Ultrasonic cavitation therapy has no side effects, but contraindications for this treatment are pregnancy and menstrual pauses, certain hereditary diseases, blood pressure disorders, renal insufficiency, extremely high cholesterol levels, and certain scars or skin diseases in the treated area. Individuals suffering from hemophilia or taking anticoagulant, diabetes, or epilepsy medications should also consult their doctor before undergoing this treatment.
Thanks to Alice Douglas