How virtual liposuction works with cavitation with ultrasound
Ultrasound waves increase the kinetic energy of molecular movement resulting in heat. Therefore, when the heat induced by the ultrasonic medium exceeds the normal to the body, the loss of cell function occurs and denaturation of the protein occurs. The cavitation process is induced by a sound frequency of 40 kHz, which drives the adipocytes, the so-called fat cells, to break.
As a result of this process, ultrasounds break fat cells and release triglycerides, which are then collected by the circulatory and lymphatic systems, and most are eliminated by the kidney or converted into lipoproteins in the liver.
Advantages of ultrasonic cavitation
The advantages of ultrasonic cavitation are numerous. First, the treatment is safe, does not involve pain and is not invasive. In addition, the results are from the first week of treatment, and the procedure removes fat cells permanently. It is a safe and effective method to eliminate the accumulation of superficial fat and is remarkably effective in eliminating cellulite.
Ultrasonic cavitation with cavitation slimming device is a safe and effective procedure that can eliminate fat deposits in the abdomen, chin, arms, hips, buttocks and thighs without pain. Ultrasound at this frequency restores skin tone on both its surface and deep tissue. Virtual liposuction cavitation therapy is carried out by multiple types of devices.
A session of cavitation with ultrasound lasts between 30 and 90 minutes during which the device is simply applied on the skin and a conductive gel is applied. You will need about 12 weekly sessions or less to get the desired results. Hydration is required before this treatment, so you should drink the recommended 2 liters in a day, as this will help the liver to eliminate fat. Patients with cavitation are ideally close to a normal weight but have fat deposits that are difficult to remove. This type of procedure is extremely effective in eliminating localized fat deposits, but you must remember that if you gain weight after the procedure, fat deposits will accumulate in different parts of the body, so it is recommended to follow a healthy diet after the procedure.
Risks of ultrasonic cavitation and contraindications
Cavitation therapy with ultrasound has no side effects, but contraindications for this treatment include intervals of pregnancy and menstruation, certain inherited diseases, blood pressure disorders, renal deficiency, extremely high cholesterol, as well as certain scars or skin diseases in the area under treatment. Those who suffer from hemophilia or from anticoagulation, diabetes or medications for epilepsy should also consult their doctor before undergoing this treatment.