Ultrasound Cavitation is an effective, non-surgical treatment for fat cell reduction. The procedure relies on ultrasound technology to target a patient’s subcutaneous layer of the skin where fat cells are stored. Ultrasound emits sound waves to create cavitation micro-bubbles in the interstitial fluid. The fluid then discharges a vapor that collapses the fat cell, releasing fatty acids that are then metabolized and eliminated from the body.
This procedure targets the adipose cells that store fat in the sub-dermal layer of skin. Each treatment takes about 20 minutes to complete, after which a significant amountof fluid and lymphatic liquid will be released via the urinary track. Patients should be well hydrated before the treatment, and you can expect an above-normal amount of diuresis for up to 24 hours after treatment and fatty acids are metabolized and eliminated. A temporary change in urine color and smell is normal. There should be a 1- to 2-week interval between appointments, and changes will become visible with 48 hours of the first treatment.
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No. Some body sculpting therapies are completely painless, while others may cause some post-treatment discomfort and possible some bruising. But all side-effects resolve quickly, and patients can return to their normal activities after treatment.
You’ll start seeing tightening and a loss of inches after the first treatment, and your results will continue to improve with each successive session.
Yes. All of Danik’s body sculpting protocols have been proven safe and effective. Some are 100% natural, such as Wood Therapy. Others rely on technology that is FDA-approved for the treatment performed, such as Venus Legacy.
That varies with each type of treatment. For example, Mesotherapy may take 15 minutes, while Z-Wave is usually a 30-minute procedure, and Wood Therapy takes about 45 minutes.
That depends on how many problem areas you have, where they are, how severe they are, and what your goals are. Your clinician will develop an appropriate treatment plan for you to achieve your desired results. Typically, the number of required treatments ranges from 6-12.