Table of Contents
- What is Ultrasound Cavitation/Inch Loss?
- How it works?
- What happens during a Session?
- Where does the fat go?
- How many sessions are required?
- How safe is the procedure?
- What are possible side effects?
- Who is the ideal candidate for this procedure?
- What treatments can be combined with cavitation?
- Are the results permanent?
What is Ultrasound Cavitation/Inch Loss?
Dr. Ahmad prides itself in being able to offer some of the most revolutionary treatments for fat loss, including Ultrasound Cavitation. It allows full body contouring and reduces the circumference of the limbs and abdomen. If you are keen to lose stubborn fat quickly, then Cavitation is the ideal solution. Ultrasound cavitation aims to reduce fat by melting it without leaving any scars.
How it works?
Our cavitation technology emits ultrasonic frequencies between 1MHz to 5MHz which are extremely penetrative and predetermined. Ultrasonic waves cause the fat cells to vibrate rather than freeze them. As a result of these vibrations, the membranes of the fat cells burst, breaking down solid fat cells into liquid fat as these cells are weaker compared to the other cells. Fats are broken into fatty acids and glycerol when the fat cells are turned into liquid fat.
What happens during a Session?
Ultrasound gel is applied to the area, enhancing the treatment’s effectiveness and reducing client discomfort. The applicator is applied and moved in roundabout movements consistently around the treatment region. One session lasts 30-40 minutes depending on the size of the area. The ultrasound applicator uses low-level frequencies that are perfectly safe for the body. Results are possibly durable, however, this might rely on the number of treatment sessions the client that goes through.
During the treatment, the client will feel a buzzing sensation when the Ultrasound applicator is placed on the skin.
Where does the fat go?
Fat cells are unsettled and broken, delivering unsaturated fats and glycerol. The glycerol is reabsorbed by the body and used as an energy source, whereas the fatty acids are treated as a waste product and removed from the body through the lymphatic system.
How many sessions are required?
You will likely need multiple sessions of Ultrasound Cavitation to achieve desired results (6 to 12 sessions).
How safe is the procedure?
This procedure is FDA approved and our 360 HD Lipo machine is CE marked.
What are possible side effects?
Cavitation is a very safe procedure with minimal side effects. These transient side effects include redness, mild swelling, tenderness and rarely bruising.
Who is the ideal candidate for this procedure?
Cavitation is not a treatment for obesity. It works best on fit and healthy people who are not more than 15% of their ideal body weight and want reduction of fat in localised body areas like abdomen, thighs, flanks or love handles.
What treatments can be combined with cavitation?
Cavitation results can be enhanced by combining it with Fat Freezing (Cryolipolysis).
Shockwave therapy can also be combined with cavitation which is particularly useful for stubborn fat collection.
Radiofrequency is very helpful assistant to fix the skin which becomes lose after cavitation.
Fat Dissolving Injections can also be combined to the above treatments.
Book a consultation with Javaani to discuss the best combination of treatments for optimal results.
Are the results permanent?
Results can be maintained over a long period if you adhere to a healthy lifestyle. Excessive calorie intake can cause the fat cells to increase in size again. At Javaani we provide a wealth of nutritional information to our clients and give you aftercare advice when you come in for a treatment. Javaani will support you every step of the way
- Pain Free
- Contours body
- Safe and effective
- No anaesthesia required
- Visible results from first treatment
- Treats stubborn fat deposits and defines the body