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RF Cavitation Treatment
Today, people are in search of as many non-surgical techniques as possible to solve their issues, including the removal of stubborn fat deposits that do not disappear with diet and exercise. Ultrasound fat cavitation is an effective, non-invasive method of fat removal. Clients receive immediate results with no down time to recuperate, and the treatment keeps reducing fat for several days after the procedure takes place. To discover if this treatment is for you, read our following information.
Definition of Ultrasound Cavitation
Ultrasound cavitation uses state-of-the-art technology to convert cells of fat into a liquid that the body can process through its own systems. Each treatment takes about 25 to 30 minutes when it involves only one area of the body. While results are immediate, the treatment continues to work for several days afterwards. If another treatment session is necessary, you will need to wait at least three days. 6 to 12 sessions are usually required Common areas for this procedure are the flanks, thighs, buttocks and abdomen, but you can receive treatment on most any area that contains localised fat cells.
What Happens during the Procedure
Our technician will apply ultrasound gel then use an ultrasonic hand device to transmit low-level ultrasonic waves to the area. This device delivers the waves in pulses through high-speed cycles. As a result of this action, the process liquefies subcutaneous fat cells in order for removal through the body’s urinary and lymphatic systems.
Is the Procedure Painful?
The procedure for ultrasonic cavitation is painless. A patient’s skin may appear pink to red on occasion after the treatments, but this will subside in a short time. All the clients will feel is the mild heat that the device emits during the process.
Everyone Is Not a Viable Candidate for This Procedure
The ideal candidate is a male or female who is slightly overweight with pockets of localised fat. Candidates should also be in good overall health without underlying issues that need addressing. In addition, pregnant or nursing women should not undergo ultrasonic cavitation.
Follow all after-care instructions, which will include:
Avoid caffeinated drinks
Do not drink alcoholic beverages since this can negatively affect your liver processing the liquefied fat cells
Eat healthy and drink plenty of water
Avoid fat-laden foods
For expert guidance about whether or not ultrasonic fat cavitation is right for you, contact us for a free consultation