Ultrasound liposuction (cavitation)

Cavitation (from the Latin word cavitas, meaning emptiness) is a process by which gas-filled cavities (cavitation bubbles) are generated in the fluid surrounding fat cells.

This process works to treat cellulite and excess fat deposits by directing targeted-frequency ultrasound waves at fat cells to create microbubbles. The microbubbles grow in size; when they collapse, they emit energy, which destroys fat cell membranes.

The waste products are then removed through the cardiovascular and lymphatic systems.

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