Unlike other liposuction techniques which use laser heat or ultrasound energy, the cannula used in Tickle Lipo stays cool, eliminating the risk of heat injury to tissue. Doctors say that Tickle Lipo can be used to safely and more effectively remove deeper fat as well as superficial fat and to execute "high-definition"
“Tickle Lipo works by using acoustic waves to break up the fat cells, combined with gyrational motion of the tip that happens 10 times per second and does not generate heat," says Dr. Ronel. The heat thing was a big deal for me. The little tubes (cannulas) are also only the size of an IV, so it’s much less invasive than traditional lipo.”
“As this machine works, it actually puts in the anesthetic solution at the same time as it melts the fat and sucks it out. This makes it nearly painless, extremely quick, and it’s an in-office procedure that patients will be able to walk out of. This also means quick and easy spot treatments. Also, by having the procedure in-office, it will be notably less expensive because patients won’t have to worry about operating room or anesthesia costs.”
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About Dr. Ronel::
Daniel N. Ronel, M.D. specializes in aesthetic plastic surgery of the face and body. Dr. Ronel graduated with honors from both Princeton University and the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. His plastic surgery training was at the New York Presbyterian Hospital program, which includes New York Hospital, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and the Hospital for Special Surgery.
In addition to being a board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Ronel is also a board-certified pediatrician. His pediatric training was at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (University of Pennsylvania)