What is liposuction and how to perform it?


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The Ultracavitation, also known as liposuction without surgery, is a noninvasive technique used to shape the body and remove cellulite. It does not require surgery and is painless. It is strongly recommended to remove fat deposits in body areas that fail to reduce through diet and exercise, such as the abdomen, waist, thighs and buttocks. What results can be expected and how long.

What is liposuction and how to perform it

Technically, the Ultracavitation is not a liposuction, as the term implies, precisely, a suction of the fat. Instead, what is done with the Ultracavitation is the ultrasound emission level of the outer surface of the skin leads to pressure changes in the interstitial fluid of fatty tissue, generating nanobubbles (cavities) that the first implode and then burst. This pressure destroys the fat cells. The fat content of these cells or fragments triglycerides into diglycerides, naturally eliminated through the urinary and lymphatic systems. Then you get the effect of desired reduction.

The technology of low frequency ultrasound can selectively treat fat cells and the triglyceride molecule causing it to break without damaging the surrounding tissues. The system is very selective, ensuring that the target is affected subcutaneous adipose tissue and not another.

It has no side effect, only it shows some heat in the treated area and requires no downtime, allowing you to continue with our daily activities immediately after the session. Much hydration recommended before and after treatment. It is appropriate to apply massage techniques and lymphatic drainage shot after treatment to promote the elimination of mobilized fats.

The results of the Ultracavitation are progressive, however after the first session you will get appreciable improvement in the treated area. It achieves a significant reduction in the scope and phasing and permanent adipose clusters. Its effects are felt quickly, being able to lose up to 2 centimeters per session, as appropriate. The results of cavitation can be improved by combining with other aesthetic practices and the application of vacuum therapy or manual draining as well as drainage maneuvers that contribute to facilitate the departure of the fat particles.

Each session of Ultracavitation has a duration of between 30 and 45 minutes, depending on the size of the area to be treated. The number of sessions required will depend on the intensity of the problem, but a full treatment usually lasts no more than 8 or 10 sessions, performed weekly or biweekly.

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