Ultrasonic Cavitation, as well as CoolSculpting, can be used by individuals who are close to or at their ideal body weight. For those looking for weight loss, it is not recommended. One of these procedures may work for you if your goal is to lose stubborn fat in one specific area.
While both procedures provide results, everyone’s results may vary. Consult a professional to help you select the best product for you and your desired results. New Derma Med offers a free consultation.
What is CoolSculpting exactly?
CoolSculpting is a non-surgical fat loss procedure that uses cooling. CoolSculpting involves freezing fat cells in a target area. The fat cells are then destroyed. Only the target areas will be affected. CoolSculpting doesn’t offer full-body fat loss but is excellent for targeting specific areas.
CoolSculpting targets most commonly the chin, arms, and back. These areas can be hard to target with diet or exercise. Even those at their ideal weight may still struggle with excess fat. CoolSculpting is an effective way to eliminate fat from these areas.
What is Ultrasonic Cavitation (also known as Ultrasonic Cavitation)?
Ultrasonic Cavitation is also called ultra cavitations. It is a non-surgical procedure that helps with fat loss. Ultrasonic Cavitation uses ultrasonic waves to target specific areas of fat cells, unlike CoolSculpting, which uses freezing to reduce fat.
Ultrasonic Cavitation treats the upper arms, belly, thighs, or chin. It takes several visits to complete and can be pretty time-consuming. Each visit lasts approximately one hour. We all want our best no matter what environment we are in. It often involves targeting areas where stubborn fat is located. This can help you achieve that contoured look. You have many options. There are a few ways you can achieve that look.
Various technologies can be used if you don’t want to go under the needle or prefer something non-invasive. Cool sculpting or ultrasonic cavitations are the two most popular methods for removing fat non-invasively. We will be taking a closer look today at both of these options. We’ll be able to identify their similarities and differences to help you decide which non-invasive option is best for you.
How does CoolSculpting remove fat?
CoolSculpting is a way to lose fat. It freezes fat cells, which causes them to fall and thus kills them. Your body’s cells work together to eliminate these dead fat cells. FDA-approved CoolSculpting works only on specific areas of your body: the chin and flanks, abdomen, and flanks.
What is the difference between Ultrasonic Fat Reduction and Cold sculpting?
Both methods permanently remove fat cells. But they accomplish different body contouring results. Cryolipolysis is controlled cooling that freezes fat cells. This causes cells to die by forcing them to collapse. Other cells will then consume the cells once they have fallen apart. A Cavi Lipo session uses three different modalities to target stubborn fat.
- Ultrasound is the first modality, which uses low-frequency sound waves to permanently destroy fat cells.
- Radiofrequency (or radiofrequency) is the second. This uses heat to heat the skin and cause collagen tissues and cells to contract, creating a lifting effect.
- The third type is micro current. It uses meager amounts of energy to restore skin at the cellular level.
Our Final Verdict
Just as you evaluate which fat removal process is proper for you, we also compare the various treatments on the market so our clients can get the best results. Our clients preferred Ultrasonic Cavitation over CoolSculpting.
We have helped many people achieve their desired results in just a few treatments. There is minimal downtime. You can see actual results from our clients by looking at our before and afterward photos.