Cavitation is a relatively new non-surgical technique. This aesthetic treatment is especially indicated to reduce localized fat when it does not disappear with diets or exercise. The technique involves the use of ultrasonic waves to reduce adiposity. The function of these waves is to detach the connections of the fat cells that are then released through the lymphatic system, helping achieve a delineated body.
What is cavitation?
Cavitation is a non-invasive liposculpture treatment, which does not require surgical intervention or hospitalization. Eliminates localized fat through the use of low-frequency ultrasound, which is applied to the area where fat is concentrated to dissolve fat cells from within.
Subsequently, the fat is removed through the lymphatic system. This technique is also used to eliminate cellulite and restore the normal appearance to the skin of the treated areas, while improving circulation, eliminating toxins and increasing the tone and elasticity of tissues.
Who can practice cavitation?
Patients who wish to undergo Cavitation should have a previous medical examination, since this technique is contraindicated in people with pacemakers or other implanted electronic devices, who have prostheses or who suffer from hypercholesterolemia, hypertriglyceridemia, kidney failure, liver failure, cancer, diseases autoimmune or other serious diseases, especially connective tissue.
Neither in pregnant women, nursing mothers, nor overweight patients.
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What results can I expect from cavitation?
By causing the skin to warm up, Cavitation increases the formation of new collagen, which improves the sagging and tension of the skin in the treated area.
This technique is effective in all parts of the body where there are deposits of localized fat.
The legs, abdomen, and buttocks are the most appropriate sites, but there are no real limitations in relation to other areas of the body.
The duration of the results is variable, depending on the person’s lifestyle; including whether they perform physical activity or not, keep a balanced diet, etc
Cavitation | Technique and protocol
The Cavitation system consists of the use of low-intensity ultrasound to break the fat and be permanently removed. Cavitation is applied in sessions that, as a rule, usually last between 30 and 60 minutes. Depending on the area to be treated, the number of sessions recommended for a complete treatment will be determined.
Although the results will be observed after the first session, it is advisable to continue the treatment for an average of 8 to 12 sessions separated by a minimum of 7 to 10 days. This is a non-surgical procedure, which does not require anesthesia and therefore allows you to return to daily tasks normally after the sessions.
Cavitation Cosmetic Surgery | Recovery and care
Cavitation does not require excessive care during recovery, but it is important that after each session the patient resorts to drainage techniques (massage or pressotherapy) to facilitate the removal of fat cells and prevent them from reabsorbing again.
Also, in order to eliminate fat and toxins, before and after each session, you should drink 1.5 liters of water, followed by a low-calorie diet days before starting treatment and continued practice of exercise that will help maintain the results of the sessions.