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CAVITATION

The low-frequency ultrasound waves produced by a special device affect the adipose tissue, causing a so-called cavitation effect: the formation of microbubbles (Cavitas in Latin). They increase in size, soften the fat and break up the adipocyte – the cellular protective membrane of the fat. Thus, the fat storage tank breaks down, and deposition is no longer possible at this location. A special selection of ultrasound parameters allows targeting the fat cells only, dividing only them. The released triglycerides, which make up fat cells, are excreted from the intercellular space through natural metabolic processes. The cavitation procedure itself is simple and completely painless.

  • Quickly visible aesthetic result
  • Painless, no need for anesthesia or narcosis
  • To correct the figure, to get rid of a pot belly in men
  • To remove accumulated fat on the abdomen, thighs, hips, and back
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CAVITATION

The effect can be seen already after the first sessions. The volume of fat deposits in the problem area decreases by 2-5 cm already after the first procedure. The effect will deepen over the next week. An important result of cavitation is also an improvement in blood supply and stimulation of fibroblasts, which promotes skin elasticity and tightens the skin. In order to accelerate and improve the process of excretion of fat cell degradation products through the lymphatic circulation, it is recommended to combine cavitation with pressotherapy, LPG, inframat, transion, or EMS.
Problem areas of fat deposition:
Abdomen
Hips
Buttocks
Back
Arms
Legs
Thighs
Indications:
Reduction of subcutaneous fat
Reduction of manifestations of fibrosis
Improving skin elasticity
Improving the blood supply to the skin
Smoothing of scars after surgical liposuction
Contraindications:
Skin lesions in the cavitation area: cracks, erosions, infections
Pregnancy and breastfeeding
Blood clotting disorders
Diseases of the immune system
Hepatitis, renal failure, gallstone disease
Thyroid dysfunction
Chronic venous insufficiency, phlebitis, thrombophlebitis
Heart disease and pacemaker
Osteoporosis
Asthma
Oncology
Infectious and inflammatory processes
Diabetes (type II)
Varicose veins
Damage to the middle and inner ear
Metal prostheses close to the cavitation area