by Kelly | May 23, 2017 | Fat Cavitation
In accordance with the medical experts and the online reviews, it has been already proved that the Ultrasonic lipo methods are highly powerful and concentric in comparison to the traditional surgical incisions. Everyday Ultrasonic lipo techniques are improved to give patients better results with less downtime and inconvenience.
What is fat cavitation
Ultrasonic Cavitation is the safest non-invasive way to reduce your fat deposits and has become increasingly popular globally since its inception. Traditional liposuction surgeons are now adopting this form of treatment due to its immediate and risk-free results. (When applied by qualified therapists using clinically tested and approved equipment)
How it works
Unlike cryo lipolysis slimming machines, Ultrasonic sound waves create microvoids within the body subcutaneous (fat) layer which implode upon themselves as quickly as they are created, with this resulting energy destroying the fat cell membrane.
This deeper thermal treatment delivers an immediate tightening effect on collagen structure, inducing a process called neo-collagenases. Neo-collagenases by definition is the creation and inducement of new collagen within our skin, through deep thermal heating in this case.
How Are Bubbles Produced in Ultrasound Cavitation?
The number of bubbles produced per second, and the distribution of these bubbles, is regulated by the exact frequency of the ultrasonic waves in use. For instance, at 80 kHz, 80,000 bubbles are produced locally every second. When developing a cleaning process, it is important to understand the nature of the part that will be cleaned and to “tweak” the frequency to be sure and get the right strength of cleaning, while avoiding dead spots caused by standing waves.
It’s important to understand how sound waves are produced and how they act in order to understand ultrasound waves and, hence, ultrasound (or ultrasonic) cavitations. Sounds waves, like ultrasonic waves, have 2 parts of their cycle. The first is a cycle of expansion in which they move apart. This compression cycle is what caused the liquid in an ultrasound cavitation machine to form bubbles. The second part of the cycle is the compression cycle. In this phase, the sound wave retracts, causing the bubbles formed to compress and to burst.
Benefits of Ultrasound and Radio Frequency
What Are the Side Effects of Ultrasonic cavitations?
A unique risk of Ultrasonic Cavitation is the possibility of blisters or burns. Make sure that you select a qualified Ultrasonic cavitation specialist so that you can have the best chances of having a successful outcome.
Why is so popular?
Truly pain-free, this is why this treatment is becoming so popular.
How much does it Cost?
The cost of Ultrasonic cavitation depends greatly on the Ultrasonic fat cavitation doctor, the type of Ultrasonic cavitation performed and if the patient is getting Ultrasonic cavitation in conjunction with other procedures.
Who usually performs this treatment?
Ultrasonic cavitation is recommended for most people. As with all medical procedures, an Ultrasonic cavitation consultation with a local Ultrasonic cavitation doctor will help you find out if you are a good Ultrasonic cavitation candidate.