Sean May-May 10, 2022
Ultrasonic cavitation is a more affordable alternative to surgical liposuction, but there are a few things to be clear about before you get started.
How much does ultrasonic cavitation cost?
According to 2020 statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the average cost of nonsurgical fat reduction is $1,437. The overall cost of ultrasonic cavitation can vary depending on the number of treatments required, but you can expect to pay around $250-$350 for a single ultrasonic cavitation appointment. And of course, be sure to check Groupon for deals on ultrasonic cavitation treatments near you.
Is ultrasonic cavitation permanent?
The long-term results of ultrasonic cavitation are dependent on your health and body type. The results will be long-lasting if a healthy lifestyle is maintained. However, an unhealthy diet and an inactive lifestyle may result in fat building up again in the treated areas.
How many ultrasonic cavitation treatments are needed?
The number of ultrasonic cavitation treatments needed will vary from person to person, depending on factors like age, weight and the areas being treated. Treatment duration can also vary, which will impact how many sessions are required. You may need anywhere between 6 to 12 sessions of ultrasonic cavitation to achieve your desired results.
How often can you get ultrasonic cavitation?
It’s advised to wait up to two weeks between appointments if you’re undergoing longer sessions, whereas shorter sessions can take place more frequently.