Why Does Your Surgeon Use The KELLER FUNNEL®2?

Your doctor may choose to incorporate the funnel in your procedure for a number of reasons. One reason may be that the KELLER FUNNEL®2 allows your surgeon to employ a “No-Touch” technique.

 

 

To learn more, ask your surgeon how a “No-Touch” technique can benefit you.

 

 

 

The KELLER FUNNEL®2

in use with a textured breast implant.

What is The KELLER FUNNEL®2?

Made of a clear vinyl material with an extremely slippery coating inside, the KELLER FUNNEL®2 allows surgeons to use the device universally with silicone gel implants, including breast; pectoral; gluteal; and calf; and allows the surgeon to place the implant gently and with very little force.

 

Before surgery, talk to your doctor about the technique he or she uses to place implants with the KELLER FUNNEL®2.

HOW DOES THE KELLER FUNNEL®2 WORK?

The KELLER FUNNEL®2 is prepared for use by your doctor with 4 simple steps:

Once the funnel is prepared, the doctor retracts the incision made and gently squeezes the funnel with a downward motion to propel the implant into the surgical pocket. The implant easily glides through the slick interior surface of the funnel and is guided into the surgical pocket, where the doctor then ensures the implant is positioned correctly, and then repeats the process for the second implant.

 

WATCH our animation of how your doctor uses the KELLER FUNNEL®2 to place an implant

 

 

 

 

 

The KELLER FUNNEL®2

in use with a smooth breast implant.

 

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THE KELLER FUNNEL®2!