In ultrasonic cavitation, also referred to as ultrasound cavitation, ultrasonic lipolysis, Liponixm, or Ultrashape, fat deposits in the body are fragmented as part of a cosmetic operation. Ultrasound cavitation goes by these other names as well. This technique generates low-frequency sound waves that liquefy fat deposits, which are eliminated. The alternative liposuction method is called the ultrasonic cavitation machine, which its proponent claims are superior to traditional liposuction.
The following areas of the body are appropriate candidates for the procedure:
How does it work?
Cavitation using ultrasound is a treatment that is non-invasive and does not require surgery, and gives focused outcomes. A high-resolution focused ultrasound application can physically blast fat cells with precise quantities of energy, leading to a reduction in fat cell size. Result? After the fat cells in the body have absorbed this ultrasonic energy, the structure of the fat cells essentially "gives up," and they begin to break down into a liquid that the body then naturally removes.
Cavitation, or ultrasound, has a number of advantages.
Observations made through ultrasound cavitation
The process results can differ from patient to patient due to factors such as the patient's metabolic rate, the part of the body that was treated, and the body's reaction to the treatment. Some patients may see improvements quickly, just after two or three treatments. However, achieving the desired effects may take anywhere from eight to ten sessions.
Those interested in using ultrasonic cavitation will, ideally, need to be in good health and simply be searching for a means to sculpt their body in a way that does not include any intrusive procedures. People who desire to reduce a few pounds through body sculpting with ultrasound cavitation machines are suggested to use these devices rather than getting liposuction.
If you match the following requirements, then, according to the opinions of several authorities, you could be a good candidate for ultrasonic cavitation:
Cavitation machines can have additional features such as the following: