Ultrasonic Cavitation

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How does ultrasonic cavitation work?

 Most localized fat is associated to structural alterations of sub-cutaneous cellular tissues located in the abdomen area, sides, riding trousers and crotch, generally characterized by having cellulite.

Cavitation equipment transmits ultrasonic waves at a (35-40 Khz) frequency rate that produce fat tissue cavitation due to relation existing between tissue density and speed of ultrasonic wave transmission.

Waves produced by the ultrasonic equipment consist of a compression- expansion method in high-speed cycles. Such speed is directly related to operation frequency of the ultrasonic generator causing an infinite quantity of micro-cavities or micro-bubbles that gradually enlarge.

This progressive enlargement finishes as micro-bubbles turn to collision and implosion, producing emission of shock waves that favor emulsification and elimination of fat tissues.

 

An extremely effective and non-invasive method

 

At this frequency, the Cavitation phenomenon, never applied by Aesthetic Medicine until now, destroys fat cells and emulsificates fat tissues favoring their elimination through normal organic tracks.

Cavitation waves

In a liquid substance -in this case biological- the accumulation of acoustic expansion phases creates an infinite number of micro-spaces or micro-bubbles that gradually enlarge as those phases repeat.
This progressive enlargement finishes with their collapse and implosion, causing an emision of shock waves that produce the liquefaction of adipocytes.