What is Ultrasonic Cavitation?
Ultrasonic Cavitation in Chicago is a revolutionary process, that uses ultrasound waves in specific areas of the body.
Cavitation is designed to reduce targeted fat by treating subcutaneous fat.
During the treatment a hand held probe applies safe energy waves to the targeted fat area.
The Benefits of Ultrasonic Cavitation
- Lose inches in the treatment area.
- Improve the appearance of skin.
- Requires little to no downtime
- Results last for a long time with a healthy lifestyle
- Causes minimum side effects
- Leaves no scars
- No anesthesia is needed
- Results occur gradually, so you can maintain discretion about the treatment
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How does Ultrasonic Cavitation in Chicago works?
Ultrasonic cavitation allows you to sculpt your body. Especially those stubborn areas that are difficult to treat with exercise or other treatments.
Ultrasonic cavitation tones the body using radiofrequencies and low frequency ultrasonic waves. These waves and heat form steam bubbles around the fat deposits under the skin. After the procedure, these bubbles will convert the fat cells into fluid and the body will eliminate them through the lymphatic systems.
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When can you see results?
It usually takes a dozen 40-minute sessions (with a three-day interval between each session) to obtain noticeable results. After each session, drainage techniques (massage or pressure therapy) should be used to facilitate the elimination of fat cells and prevent them from being reabsorbed. Also, to eliminate fat and toxins, 1.5 liters of water should be drunk before and after each session. It is also advisable to follow a low-calorie diet for days before starting the cavitation treatment.
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Ultrasonic Cavitation Contraindications
Cavitation is not risk-free and must be applied by a specialist in aesthetic medicine since it cannot be used in areas close to critical organs, as it could damage them. In addition, the inexpert use of low-frequency ultrasound devices could cause burns and blisters, given the intense heat they generate.
A previous medical examination is required for the use of cavitation, since this technique is contraindicated in:
- Patients with pacemakers or other implanted electronic devices.
- Patients with hypercholesterolemia.
- Patients with hypertriglyceridemia.
- Patients with renal insufficiency.
- Patients with hepatic insufficiency.
- Pregnant women.
- Breastfeeding women.