The burden of obesity and diet-related chronic diseases is increasing in the world, prevention and treatment strategies are needed to address these problems. This blog aims to determine the outcome, cost, and side effects of non-invasive weight loss cavitation treatment.
What is cavitation treatment?
It is also recognised as fat cavitation treatments or Ultrasonic Cavitation treatment or Ultrasound Fat Loss or Nonsurgical Ultrasonic Liposuction. The Low-Frequency Ultrasound technology allows a decided amount of energy to be focused onto the subcutaneous adipose tissue.
As the ultrasound waves intersect towards the targeted region, they cumulate at a certain point and produce the so-called ‘cavitation effect’ commencing to the mechanical breaking of the cellular membranes and the release in the intercellular fluid of the stored triglycerides which are naturally and rapidly metabolized.
The technological system is very particular as only the adipose tissue is being targeted and no other tissue is changed in the process. This treatment will not cause damage to any other organs or areas of the body.
Ultrasonic cavitation is completely safe, non-intrusive and there is no pain during the procedure. Therefore, there will not be a need for you to have an anesthetic or take a day off from work.
Cavitation Treatment before and after
How does cavitation treatment devices work?
the transducer (A transducer is an electronic device that converts energy from one form to another) delivers an ultrasonic beam and provides real-time acoustic and optical feedback on treatment.
It uses multi-directional acoustic waves to guarantee that directed energy is applied to the selected area only. Particular ultrasound parameters of pulse length and energy level ensure selective breakage to fat cells only.
Non-adipose muscle not being susceptible to these parameters rests untouched and undamaged. The built-in controls verify acoustic contact and monitor transducer temperature during treatment. The ultrasound wave results in a mechanical disturbance of fat cell membranes.
The content primarily made up of ‘triglycerides’ (The major form of fat stored by the body) is released into the interstitial fluid. Where they are processed by physiological metabolic pathways.
As the cell layers are compromised and triglycerides are released, the body begins a gradual process of tearing them down into glycerol and free fatty acids. The free fatty acids bind to albumin.
They are slowly transported to the liver for removal or to other tissues and are used as building blocks or energy glycerol beings.
Water-soluble is passed amongst both interstitial and systemic solutions then processed through the liver or used in other cells the whole process takes less than a week.
How to do cavitation treatment at home?
Cavitation at home can be a tedious and slow process if it is not done correctly. Follow the instruction set by the manufacturer to do your treatment because each product may have a different procedure.
To facilitate the task, apply gel To facilitate the task. It helps in conductive cavitation that allows the waves and the device to pass more easily.
Turn on the machine and move around the areas you want to treat while letting the ultrasound waves act. In at-home treatments, you will see clear results with sessions of about 30 to 35 minutes.
At-home cavitation treatment devices usually come at tighter prices and come with the comfort of home.
Things to make sure while doing cavitation treatment
Following are the 5 points you must know before cavitation treatment:
- Cavitation does not kill fat cells; rather, it empties them of their fat, which means it can store again.
- Only a balanced healthy diet will ensure lasting results.
- North Shore Medical Center recommends 10 to 12 treatments to see the results.
- After five treatments Many of their patients see one to five centimeters of circumference reduction.
- For Best cavitation treatment results they suggest you exercise and drink plenty of fluids in between treatments.
Does cavitation treatment involve any pain or surgery?
cavitation treatment is a non-surgical procedure without anesthesia since it is non-invasive. There aren’t any cutting scars or downtime that you would experience after the treatment. Due to specific ultrasound parameters of energy levels, there may be selective damage to fat cells only.
It will pass through and out of your system but your organs will remain intact. It doesn’t require any radiation, this eliminates the risks with the ultrasound cavitation treatment.
You may feel some mild redness or pain from the device that is used to move around a certain area of treatment if you have sensitive skin. If you don’t have sensitive skin then the treatment is easily tolerable.
Cavitation treatment also known as cavitation liposuction treatment is usually far less expensive than conventional liposuction. Costs differ according to the area you’re getting treated and whether you need more treatment sessions, but the average is near about $250–$350 per treatment.
Side effects and prohibition of cavitation treatment
You may also experience an increased need for water craving and nausea which passes right after you sip some water. Both of these insignificant side effects will pass very soon. If you choose to get lipo cavitation treatment you should not do any of these things before or after your treatment-
- No tanning just before the treatment. Because then the surface of your skin gets injured and you may encounter pain during and after the procedure.
- No shower right after the treatment
- Pregnant or breastfeeding are not allowed to do this procedure.
- Epilepsy, cancer at any time and in any form, blood disorders, kidney and liver disease. Internal bleeding, eg. from ulcers under-18 transmittal disease,
- Hemorrhagic disease, trauma vascular rupture, deep vein thrombosis, varicose veins, inflammation of the veins, phlebitis, red dry and itchy, skin rash
Cavitation treatment is not recommended for those who may appear or be pregnant, women who are nursing, and those who are under the age of 18. The reason for this is because at the above-given stages you still have changing hormones, and the fat deposits are also unstable.
CavitationTreatment, does it work?
The effectiveness of fat cavitation treatments procedure varies, and more clinical tests are needed to have a clear understanding of how well it works. We do have Trusted Sources from studies that show ultrasonic cavitation as a less invasive option to surgical liposuction.
This procedure can be considered effective and safe but if and only you take care of yourself and your nutrition. If you are drinking lots of water before and after a session then it certainly improves the chances of success.