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Fat Reduction | Ultrasound Cavitation

Fat Reduction | Ultrasound Cavitation

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Ultrasound Cavitation is a fat loss painless fat loss procedure that helps breakdown stubborn fat cells in any area of the body by using ultrasound waves to destroy fat cells within your body. 

What is it?

Ultrasound cavitation is a virtually painless, non-surgical body contouring technique thats performed as an alternative to liposuction.

Using ultrasound waves to turn fat cells into free fatty acids, which are easier for the body to get rid of. The low-frequency ultrasound waves, which penetrate the skin and create bubbles around fat deposits. The bubbles then burst, causing the body to get rid of them naturally through the urinary tract and lymphatic system.

How does it work?

Once the physician has marked the targeted areas, they will then operate the applicator in a circular movement, transmitting a low-level frequency to the desired areas.

Patients may experience a slight buzzing sound due to the sound waves; this is in no way irritable. The treatment will last approximately 20-30 minutes, although the length of time is dependent upon the individual’s fat tissue density.

Suitable Areas

• Stomach
• Waist
• Love Handles (Flanks)
• Hips
• Inner Thighs
• Back
• Chin
• Upper Arms

Post Treatment

Most patients can return to their normal activities immediately after the procedure. Majority seeing results after 3-4 weeks of having their procedure.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

How long does the procedure takes?

Up to 45 mins

How long is recovery?

The recovery is instant.

How soon can I see the results?

The results will be visible after 3-6 weeks.

When can I return to work?

You can return to work immediately.

How long will the results last?

Long Term (dependent upon lifestyle)

Is there a need for anaesthesia?

Anaesthesia is not required.

Does it require needles?

Needles are not required.

How many treatments do I need?

The range differs between 4 and 8 treatments.

What are the risks?

Slight redness