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Given its efficiency, it is a good alternative to traditional liposuction, being a non-invasive method it is completely painless.




Cavitation is also known as Ultralipo or non-invasive liposuction. Given its efficiency, it is a good alternative to traditional liposuction, not least because it is a non-invasive and completely painless method.


What is Cavitation?
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It is an ultrasound technology that causes the formation of micro bubbles in the adipose tissue, triggering the rupture of the cell membrane and fragmentation of the fat cells. Its content is composed mainly of triglycerides, which are dispersed in the interstitial space and are transported through the lymphatic system to the liver.


What are the advantages and results of Cavitation?


Firstly, Cavitation is a safe method and, unlike other procedures, such as traditional liposuction, it does not require hospitalization, cuts, anesthesia, or recovery time.
The results of Cavitation become evident in the first sessions. The body contour becomes more defined so that you can achieve a more elegant silhouette. However, this treatment can be done not only by women, but also by men and the most treated areas are the glutes, the thighs, the abdomen and the external and internal part of the leg. It can also be used in other areas with a high adiposity index.
Obviously, some precautions with diet are recommended, as well as the regular practice of physical exercise, so as not to recover the lost fat.
Experts recommend that there be an interval of at least 3 days between sessions and recommend patients to drink two liters of water a day, during treatment, to help eliminate fat from our body.
How long is the treatment?


The treatment has a variable duration according to the area to be treated, the degree of adiposity and the organism of each person. In any case, six to twelve sessions per zone to be treated are generally recommended, with each session lasting an average of 45 minutes.

Cavitation is usually followed by the INDIBA proionic system activating the physiological lymphatic drainage that will facilitate the routing of triglycerides to the lymphatic pathways and to the liver.


Risks - What are the contraindications for Cavitation?


Cavitation is contraindicated in pregnant women, people with skin problems, cancer patients and patients with prostheses and / or pacemakers.
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