Ultrasound Cavitation

What is Ultrasound Cavitation?

Ultrasound liposuction, also known as ultrasonic cavitation, is a new non-invasive, fat-removal technique developed in Europe to help men and women lose inches without surgery, scars, or recovery time. Whether your problem areas are you abdomen, thighs, buttocks, knees, arms, or flanks, this treatment offers immediate results that you can see and will continue to see with additional procedures.

The process of ultrasound cavitation uses ultrasound to naturally break down fat and fat cells in the treated area, which allows the body to remove the fat, fat cells, and toxins from the area. Ultrasound cavitation eliminates fat using your body's natural detoxification. This procedure will provide same-day tightening of the skin and loss of wrinkling.

Ultrasonic liposuction is designed to benefit both men and women. Men can remove chest fat and love handles, and women can restore their confidence by removing fat from problem areas. For optimal results, it is suggested to have about 8 to 12 treatments, though you will see improvement after the first.

How does it Work?

The medical transducer delivers a beam and provides real-time acoustic and optical feedback on the treated area. It uses multi-directional acoustic waves to ensure that focused energy is applied to the selected area only. Specific ultrasound parameters of pulse-length and energy level ensure selective damage to the existing fat cells only. Non-adipose tissue — not being susceptible to these parameters — remains untouched and undamaged. Built-in controls verify acoustic contact and monitor transducer temperature during treatment.

The ultrasound wave causes mechanical disruption in the fat cell membranes; and the content — primarily made up of triglycerides — is released into the interstitial fluid, where they are processed by physiological metabolic pathways. As the cell membranes are compromised and triglycerides are released, the body begins a gradual process of breaking them down into glycerol and free fatty acids.

The free fatty acids bind to albumin and are slowly transported to the liver for removal or to other tissues, used as building blocks for energy. Glycerol, being water-soluble, is passed among both interstitial and systemic fluids, then processed through the liver and used in other cells. The entire process takes less than a week.






The Synergie Center Offers Ultrasound Cavitation

At the Synergie Center, we offer ultrasound cavitation as a non-invasive, non-surgical way to lose inches off of your waist today. Our trained technicians will help you get the results you are looking for. Call us today at (609) 926-7028!