Ultrasonic cavitation introduction

Ultrasonic cavitation also known as lipocavitation is a nonsurgical procedure used to remove unwanted fat from the body. Sometimes it can be referred to as ultrasound cavitation, lipo cavitation, ultrasonic lipolysis or can have other brand names such as 4k Cavitation or Ultrashape. If you are in Dallas, Farmers Branch, Addison or surrounding areas and looking for a reputable natural body contouring or best ultrasonic cavitation treatment, please visit us at CHIOMA – Wellness, Beauty & Spa to learn more about our body contouring wraps and services. In this article, we will discuss some of the most commonly asked questions and provide you with a guide on ultrasonic cavitation.

What is ultrasonic cavitation?

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Ultrasonic cavitation is a type of body contouring or body shaping technology that uses sound waves to target stubborn areas of fat and cellulite. The overall purpose is to get rid of fat deposits that are difficult to reach with diet and exercise and then sculpt the body into shape. It does not aim at weight loss.

This procedure is different from the conventional liposuction which uses surgical means to remove fat deposits under the skin, although both procedures are used to remove excess fat and reshape targeted areas of the body.

Liposuction used to be the most common type of traditional aesthetic procedure performed in the United of States before the advent of trending non-surgical fat reduction procedures such as ultrasonic cavitation. However, with the new technological procedure, the health and wellness market seems to be overtaking this former method because the new technology has better results and lesser complications. 

With the growing awareness among people regarding their health and wellbeing, spa outfits are globally becoming more popular and ultrasonic cavitation is one of the driving demands in its services and that is because the treatment can be very effective and well tolerated by most people if the proper protocols are followed.

Ultrasonic cavitation: how does the technology work?

This technology uses high velocity ultrasonic waves to vibrate the fat cells so much that they burst. Specific ultrasound parameters of wavelength and energy level ensure selective damage to fat cells only. Non-adipose tissues remain untouched and undamaged. The liquified fat cells are released into the lymphatic system and then drained from the body by physiological metabolic means. Some fat may still be absorbed by other tissues and used as building blocks for energy.

In other words, the ultrasound waves are sent deep into the layers of the client’s skin, causing a disruptive vibration. The fat cells then break apart from each other and are dislodged from the dermal layers and after a few days, they are absorbed by the lymphatic system and drained as waste from the body. This procedure is achieved by the use of a very modern hand-held ultrasonic cavitation machine.

We break down ultrasonic cavitation below. Who is an ideal candidate for ultrasonic cavitation, what are the contraindications of ultrasonic cavitation, how to get the best of your ultrasonic cavitation treatment and finding the right provider for your ultrasonic cavitation treatment. 

  1. What to do before ultrasonic cavitation treatment

The ideal candidate is one who:

  • Has the right mindset and realistic expectations. On average clients will lose ½ an inch per session.
  • Is already within about 15 pounds of the goal weight. By that, there will not be much fat to grapple otherwise treatment may not be effective or require too many sessions.
  • Is generally in good health conditions so as to avoid complications.
  • Lives a healthy lifestyle and is a non-smoker.
  • Is not pregnant and not breastfeeding.

Before your sessions, it is encouraged to be properly hydrated. Drink at least 2 L of water for best results and avoid caffeine and alcohol. Do not eat at least 2 hours before your session and come in loose, comfortable clothing.

     2. During Treatment: how is ultrasonic cavitation treatment done and what areas can be treated?

The client should be given a disposable thong to wear in order to protect the rest of the body from gel and oil stains. The therapist should sterilize the area of treatment using alcohol. After that, ultrasonic gel is smeared onto the body to protect the skin and prevent irritation.

The gel is also what carries the sound to the fat cells. Then a handheld ultrasonic device will be made to slowly go over the targeted area of the body for 15-30 minutes. Areas that can be treated with cavitation are stomach, back, thighs, love handles, hips, upper arms and butt.  These are also some of the most common areas that likely anchor excess fat. After the session at least 72 hours must pass between each session to give enough room for the body to eliminate the liquified fat.

How long does an ultrasonic cavitation session last?

A session may last about 20 – 60mins or a little more depending on how large the area that is being worked on. It is generally advised not to do more than two medium sized areas in one visit.

During the process, the client may also hear low ringing noise in the ear. This is normal and goes away quickly.

         3. After Treatment

To assist the removal of fat and toxins after treatment, the therapist may instruct the client to hydrate as much as possible after the procedure. This is to help the body flush the fatty cells through the lymphatic system. It is also recommended to do 30 minutes of cardio immediately following the cavitation treatment to help the body burn the fat cells.

There are also products that can assist with maximizing results of your ultrasonic cavitation sessions. At CHIOMA, we offer all natural detox and thermogenic formulas that have worked extremely well for our clients undergoing cavitation sessions. Products we recommend are detox, cleansing products to help you flush toxins and eliminate broken down fat. We also recommend our Sculpt Contour gels that you can apply post cavitation on the areas that you’ve worked on to enhance your results.

A waist trainer is also high recommended for clients working on abdomen areas to improve contours. Here are some items you can consider adding to your cavitation protocol to enhance your results.

If handled well, results of this treatment should be permanent, as long as the client maintains a healthy diet and engages in regular exercise. If the client adopts a sedentary lifestyle or has bad eating habits, fat deposits may return to areas that have been treated.

How much does ultrasonic cavitation cost?

The cost of UC treatment varies widely depending on the type of machine used, the number of sessions required and the expertise of the provider. On average you can expect to pay between $75-$350 per session. In some practices ultrasonic cavitation is combined with radio frequency, vacuum therapy or other forms of non-invasive body contouring technologies for enhanced results. At BodyCon Institute, a training center for ultrasonic cavitation and other non invasive body contouring technologies, their proprietary BodyCon Method blends ultrasonic cavitation and maderotherapy, a type of body contouring using wood or metal therapy to stimulate the lymphatic drainage and enhance results. This will also affect the cost of the session.

Finding the right place to get your ultrasonic cavitation treatments. 

Choosing a licensed, trained provider with experience in ultrasonic cavitation makes a significant difference in costs and results. Therefore, it is suggested that a client searches for a certified provider. You can do an online search using the following terms as an example: ‘ultrasonic cavitation treatments near me’, ‘best ultrasonic cavitation treatments’, ‘best ultrasonic cavitation treatments Dallas, Texas’. View the search results, read their websites and reviews. 

Again it is worthy to note that ultrasonic cavitation is an elective cosmetic procedure and mostly an out-of-pocket payment. Most insurance companies will not typically cover removal of fats under the skin and body contouring. Therefore, the choice about where and when to get Ultrasonic Cavitation depends on affordability and information at the person’s disposal. 

Why ultrasonic cavitation works for most people

More consumers are choosing to opt for non invasive body contouring treatments like ultrasonic cavitation because recovery time is minimal. This treatment is sometimes advertised as a “lunch break process”, meaning that one’s appointment can usually be completed in less than an hour. A client can drive in, complete the process immediately and directly get back to work as a well adjusted person. Thus, in-between office time, one can shuttle to a certified spa for a quick and qualitative therapy. 

Ultrasonic cavitation is generally safe for most people

Ultrasonic cavitation requires no incision on the body and is generally safe for most people. Please refer to the list of contraindications to ensure that you are a right candidate for the procedure. Also ensure that you are working with a qualified provider who understands the principles of the technology and how to conduct the treatments safely.

Scenarios of who ultrasonic cavitation is a good option for

One who is trying to get in shape for an upcoming holiday party season but dieting and exercise are not doing much for the person’s problem areas. There might be some reasons like the person has adopted traditional weight loss methods. This could cause the body to get adjusted to conservation mode. Such a state slows the metabolism and actually makes it harder to shed fat. Fortunately, contemporary advances in medical science have found ultrasonic cavitation as a way to diminish fat without sending your body into panic mode. By this, the proposed holiday maker will eventually make it if scientific technique (as offered by a health and wellness outfit), rather than traditional methods is adopted. 

For clarity, traditional methods of shedding excess fat may include portion control, abstinence from unhealthy foods, eating more proteins; eating fiber-rich foods, eating without electronic distractions and drinking water regularly. They may fail because over time, the body can get adjusted to conservation mode, as earlier mentioned. Of course, variety is the spice of life. 

Contraindications of ultrasonic cavitation

Although ultrasonic cavitation is considered a low-risk treatment for many people, there are people who are not eligible for ultrasonic cavitation treatments 

  • Cancer
  • Swollen lymph nodes
  • Edema
  • Active Infections,&  Immunosuppression
  • Liver, Kidney, or Heart Disease
  • Severe Hypertension > 200/100, hyperlipidaemia, diabetes mellitus 
  • Pregnancy 
  • Breastfeeding
  • Diabetes type 1 and type 2 should check their blood sugar 1 hour before coming
  • Patients with hyperlipidemia (high cholesterol) should be on medication.
  • Patients who have been diagnosed AND are not compliant (taking medication as instructed) are not eligible for body contouring treatments. 

Side effects of ultrasonic cavitation

Typically there are no or minimal side effects of ultrasonic cavitation. However common ones could include: increased thirst, minimal pain, redness and bruising in parts of the body treated.  Also certain clients may experience mild headaches. 

Results of Ultrasonic Cavitation

Results often depend on the condition of fat to be eliminated, how long it has existed and how dense it is. Typically the expectation is that ½ up to 2 inches of fat loss may occur after the first treatment or more will take longer. 

Body Contouring at CHIOMA – Wellness, Beauty & Spa

At CHIOMA, we offer a variety of body wrapping services and natural body contouring options to help you achieve your body shaping goals. We’ve worked with thousands of clients over the years to help them achieve great results. Our sessions begin with a consultation to understand your needs. If you are a candidate for body contouring then one of our technicians will prepare a recommended package to help you begin your journey. You can contact us at 469.779.7070 to learn more about our services. Book a consultation today. 

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