Uses high-frequency vibration of specially designed metal probes to ‘infuse tumescent’ and ‘dissolve’ (emulsify) the fatty component of the tissue matrix.
The fatty component is comprised of large, weak cells that either lyse or which are dislodged from their supporting tissues by contact with the rapidly moving probe.
The energy is distributed around tip circumference and on front surface to maximize contact area and efficiency.
In the presence of the wetting solution (infusion) and with proper surgical technique this process does not generate heat.
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