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30 min, $49

Ultrasonic Fat Cavitation uses ultrasonic (high-frequency sound waves) to essentially liquefy fat cells. Your body’s lymphatic system then kicks into gear to remove these melted, dead fat cells. The handpiece used also plays a role in shaping your target areas, “chiseling” and breaking down tissue to give you a slimmer appearance. 

How does Ultrasonic Fat Cavitation work?

Ultrasonic Fat Cavitation is performed with the guidance of ultrasound combined with penetrating ultrasonic waves to essentially liquefy fat cells. This procedure uses high-frequency sound waves to precisely target problem areas that hold onto and collect stubborn fat. When focused on a target area, fat tissue absorbs the ultrasonic waves that penetrate the body. This causes the fat cells to melt and die. Other energy forces and high pressure are used to break down and chisel away at tissue, leaving you with slimmer, lifted skin.

Ultrasound Fat Cavitation has many benefits to it while delivering the instant results you are looking for. As opposed to surgical liposuction, Ultrasound Fat Cavitation is:


Ultrasonic Fat Cavitation involves no cutting and no sutures, which means no scars and no down time. When you go under the knife with anesthesia, complications can occur, even with the best anesthesiologists. This slimming option doesn’t require any anesthesia and the risks and side effects that occur post-operation. Ultrasonic Fat Cavitation procedures can be performed in as little as an hour, so you can be in and out of the office quickly and back to your regular activities.

Selectively Targets Problem Areas

Ultrasonic Fat Cavitation can target small regions of your body that need special attention.


Unlike other cosmetic fat reduction procedures that are painful and uncomfortable, Ultrasonic Fat Cavitation is the opposite. It is a painless, relaxing experience.

Requires No Down Time

You can go back to your regular daily routine immediately after the procedure. You don’t have to take time off of work or miss a beat to recover.

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