Ultrasonic Cavitation

Also known as Laser Lipo
A body contouring treatment that is used to break apart fat deposits under your skin.
Ultrasonic Cavitation


What is Ultrasonic Cavitation?

Ultrasonic Cavitation, also known as Laser Lipo, is a body contouring treatment that is used to remove fat deposits under your skin.

What is the Process?

This procedure is a safer alternative to surgical options, like liposuction. The treatment uses ultrasonic radio waves to break apart fat cells, which are then absorbed into your body by your lymphatic system.

Ultrasonic cavitation is different than other similar treatments, like ultrasound liposuction, because it doesn’t require any incisions. This means recovery is easier. It also means that results might be less noticeable.

Who is Laser Lipo for?

The ideal candidate for Laser Lipo is someone who:

  • is in good overall health
  • doesn’t smoke
  • has realistic expectations
  • is already within 15 pounds of their goal weight

Ultrasonic cavitation is meant to target small areas of fat and help contour your body. It is not a treatment for people who are trying to lose a lot of weight.

Post-Treatment Experience

After an ultrasonic cavitation treatment, you should be able to stand up and drive yourself home.

Pain and bruising are usually minimal. You’ll be instructed to hydrate as much as possible after the procedure to help your body flush the fatty cells through your lymphatic system.

But don’t expect to see results right away. Right after your appointment, your body might feel puffy or swollen. It takes time for your body to break down and dissolve the fat cells that have been dislodged.

You may also require repeated treatments to see visible results. Most candidates for this treatment see their final result within 6 to 12 weeks. On average, treatment requires 1 to 3 visits for visible results.

Results of this treatment are permanent, as long as you maintain a healthy diet and exercise. If you have a non-active lifestyle, fat deposits may return to areas that have been treated.