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KR101907107B1
KR101907107B1 KR1020160006511A KR20160006511A KR101907107B1 KR 101907107 B1 KR101907107 B1 KR 101907107B1 KR 1020160006511 A KR1020160006511 A KR 1020160006511A KR 20160006511 A KR20160006511 A KR 20160006511A KR 101907107 B1 KR101907107 B1 KR 101907107B1
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Abstract

Disclosed is a lipolysis apparatus having a plurality of handpieces, which can be driven independently of each other, in a single device, thereby shortening a procedure time and maximizing a surgical effect.
A fat decomposition apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention includes a main body, a plurality of handpieces detachably provided to the main body, and a controller for controlling independent driving of each of the plurality of handpieces.

Description

[0001] FAT RESOLVING APPARATUS [0002]

The present invention relates to a fat decomposition apparatus, and more particularly, to a fat decomposition apparatus having a plurality of handpieces which can be driven independently of each other in a single apparatus, thereby shortening a procedure time and maximizing a surgical effect.

Due to the westernization of diet in recent years, the obesity population is steadily increasing. It has become more serious in recent years, such as the loss of self - confidence and the loss of social life or becoming one of the biggest causes of adult diseases.

There are many causes of obesity, but the most important factor is the excessive fat accumulation in the body. This fat is linked to obesity, and it becomes high in the liver, blood vessels, and blood, and becomes a symptom of fatty liver, arteriosclerosis, and hyperlipemia.

Generally, there is fat tissue under the dermis and epidermis of the skin. Subcutaneous fat, which occupies most of the fat tissue, is divided into a shallow fat layer and a deep fat layer. Among them, the deep fat layer is located between the subcutaneous fat and the fascia in the abdominal waist buttocks and the fascia, and forms a deep fat compartment.

On the other hand, when the skin bulges exponentially due to excessive local fat accumulation, it can improve the skin appearance by removing the lipid-rich fat layer.

As a noninvasive method to reduce the subcutaneous fat layer or fatty tissue introduced to date, there is a method of applying heat to the subcutaneous lipid hypercellular region using high frequency light or the like. Another method is to induce natural necrosis of adipocytes by the principle of selectively destroying only adipocytes without damaging tissues such as epidermis and nerves through direct cooling. This is called cryolipolysis.

However, there have been some devices that treat local obesity by inducing natural necrosis of adipocytes by the principle of apoptosis. However, most of these devices have a single handpiece for specific site treatment .

However, since the human body is generally symmetrical, when performing a procedure using a single handpiece, a plurality of procedures must be performed for the same site.

For example, if the abdominal fat decomposition procedure is performed, the procedure for the left and right abdomen should be divided into two steps. As a result, the procedure time is long, and the procedure effect is poor.

Furthermore, since the use of a single handpiece provided in each device is determined, it is inconvenient to prepare a plurality of such devices when a fat decomposition procedure is required for various parts.

A related prior art is Korean Patent No. 1055334 (issued on Aug. 8, 2011), which discloses a technique relating to a fat decomposition apparatus having an excellent decomposition effect of fatty tissue.

The present invention provides a lipolysis device having a plurality of handpieces that can be independently driven within a single device.

There is also provided a lipolysis device having a suction type handpiece for abdominal fat decomposition and a plate type handpiece type for decomposition of other fats.

Further, the present invention provides a fat decomposition apparatus capable of improving the cooling structure in the inhalation type handpiece to improve the fat decomposition effect.

Also provided is a lipolysis device capable of obtaining a lipolysis effect through an indirect cooling method on skin adsorbed to the inside of a suction type handpiece.

The problems to be solved by the present invention are not limited to the above-mentioned problems, and other problems not mentioned here can be understood by those skilled in the art from the following description.

A fat decomposition apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention includes: a main body; A plurality of handpieces detachably mounted on the main body; And a controller for controlling independent driving of each of the plurality of handpieces.

The plurality of handpieces include both a suction type handpiece and a non-suction type handpiece.

The plurality of handpieces may be made of suction type handpieces.

Wherein the plurality of handpieces include a suction type handpiece, the suction type handpiece including: a suction housing; A cooling module for cooling the skin sucked into the suction housing; And a suction module for providing a suction pressure to the suction housing.

The suction housing may be in the form of a container in which the remaining area except the lower surface on which the skin is sucked is closed.

The cooling module includes a first cooling plate disposed on a surface facing the long side of the suction housing, and a second cooling plate disposed on a surface facing the short side direction of the suction housing.

The second cooling plate may have an arc-shaped cross-section corresponding to a curved shape of the suction housing.

The cooling module may be in the form of a cooling ring arranged around the inside of the suction housing.

The cooling module includes a cooling plate provided in the suction housing and cooling the housing. The housing accommodates a cooling fluid through an internal sealed space, and indirectly cools the skin sucked into the suction housing through heat exchange with the cooling plate Lt; / RTI >

The cooling tube may be disposed around the inner wall surface of the suction housing with the cooling plate interposed therebetween, and may be in contact with the skin sucked into the suction housing.

The cooling plate and the cooling tube may be provided at least one for each section of the interior of the suction housing, so that the cooling plate and the cooling tube can be independently cooled for the division section.

The suction module may be a vacuum inhaler that sucks the skin, which is in contact with the lower surface of the suction housing, toward the inner wall surface of the suction housing.

The suction module and the cooling module are controlled to be driven by the controller and the real time temperature detected by the temperature sensor provided in the cooling module is fed back to the controller so that the cooling module is controlled to be driven at a predetermined temperature .

1 is a perspective view schematically showing a fat decomposition apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 2 is a side view schematically showing a fat decomposition apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention. FIG.
3 is a view schematically showing an upper structure of a fat decomposition apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.
4 is a view schematically showing a suction type handpiece structure of a fat decomposition apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention;
5 is a view schematically illustrating a non-suction type handpiece structure of a fat decomposition apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.
6 is a perspective view of a suction type handpiece according to a first embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 7 is a conceptual view briefly showing an arrangement shape of a cooling module provided in a suction housing in a suction type handpiece according to a first embodiment of the present invention; FIG.
FIG. 8 is an operating state diagram showing a state in which fat is sucked and cooled through a section AA 'and a section BB' of FIG. 7; FIG.
FIG. 9 and FIG. 10 are schematic diagrams showing, in a simplified form, variations showing different arrangements of the cooling modules provided in the suction housing in the suction type handpiece according to the first embodiment of the present invention. FIG.
11 is a perspective view of a suction type handpiece according to a second embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 12 is a conceptual view schematically showing an arrangement shape of a cooling module provided in a suction housing in a suction type handpiece according to a second embodiment of the present invention; FIG.
13 and 14 are sectional views for explaining an example in which indirect cooling is performed using a suction type handpiece according to a second embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 15 is an operating state diagram showing a state in which the inhaled fat is indirectly cooled by using the inhalation type handpiece according to the second embodiment of the present invention. FIG.

The terms and words used in the present specification and claims should not be construed as limited to ordinary or preliminary meaning and the inventor shall properly define the concept of the term in order to describe its invention in the best possible way It should be construed in accordance with the meaning and concept consistent with the technical idea of the present invention. It should be noted that the embodiments described in the present specification and the configurations shown in the drawings are only the most preferred embodiments of the present invention and do not represent all the technical ideas of the present invention, It should be understood that various equivalents and modifications are possible.

Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

1 is a perspective view schematically showing a fat decomposition apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

As shown, the fat decomposition apparatus 100 includes a main body 101 and a plurality of hand pieces (200 and 110 of FIG. 1) connected detachably to the main body 101 via cables C1 and C2 2) 300, and a controller (250 in FIG. 8) for controlling independent driving of each of the plurality of handpieces.

The fat decomposition apparatus 100 corresponds to a medical apparatus provided with a plurality of handpieces for fat decomposition for the purpose of performing fat decomposition treatment on various regions (for example, abdominal fat and other parts such as an arm leg) .

The main body 201 is not necessarily limited to the specific shape shown in the drawings, but the shape and size thereof may be changed little by little.

A wheel 205 is provided at the lower end of the main body 101 for traveling and a handle 103 is provided at an upper end of the main body 101.

Thereby, the structure is convenient for moving the heavy body 10 to the set position.

In addition, monitoring means 107 is provided in front of the main body 101. It is provided to visually display the procedure information or to receive the operating conditions (e.g., temperature, pressure, time, etc.) by a touch screen method.

An operation indicator lamp 109 for indicating various operating states of the fat decomposition apparatus is provided below the monitoring means 107.

As shown in FIG. 1, the main body 101 is provided with two cables C1 and C2 to which a plurality of handpieces can be attached and detached. One of the cables C1 and C2 is connected to the suction type handpiece 200 ).

2 is a side view schematically showing a fat decomposition apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

2, the lipolysis apparatus 100 is provided with two cables C1 and C2, the suction type handpiece 200 is connected through one cable C1, the remaining cable C2 is connected to the suction type handpiece 200, The non-suction type handpiece 300 is connected.

The suction type handpiece 200 and the non-suction type handpiece 300 may be connected to each other via the cables C1 and C2 in a detachable manner.

However, unlike the illustrated embodiment, it is possible to provide the lipolysis apparatus 100 composed of only a pair of the suction type handpieces 200 other than the non-suction type handpiece according to the other embodiments.

Each of the suction type handpiece 200 and the plate type handpiece 300 can be independently controlled by the controller (250 in FIG. 8).

That is, the operating conditions such as cooling temperature, pressure, time, and the like implemented through each handpiece may be set to be different from each other.

In addition, a plurality of air discharge holes 111 are formed on the side surface of the main body 101.

3 is a view schematically showing an upper structure of a fat decomposition apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

 3, the main body 101 includes a suction type handpiece housing part 120 in which a suction type handpiece is seated and stored, a non-suction type handpiece housing part 130 in which a non-suction type handpiece is seated and stored, Are provided side by side.

A water supply unit 113 is provided on the rear surface of the main body 101.

4 is a view schematically showing a suction type handpiece structure of a fat decomposition apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

As shown in the drawing, the suction type handpiece 200 includes a suction module 210, a cooling module 220 provided on a side surface of the suction module, And a suction module 230 provided at an upper portion of the suction module 230.

The suction housing 210 sucks the skin with a concave space (hereinafter, referred to as an 'absorption space') provided inward during the fat decomposition procedure.

To this end, the suction housing 210 may be formed in a container shape in which the remaining area except the lower surface on which the skin is sucked is closed. In addition, the suction housing 210 may be made of a hard material. As a specific material, transparent plastic, transparent resin (Resin), Teflon, or the like can be used. In addition, the suction housing 210 may be provided as a flexible material so as to achieve a mutually effective close contact state corresponding to an unspecified curved shape of the skin.

On the other hand, the skin suction action can be enabled by the vacuum suction function of the suction module 230.

The skin that is sucked into the suction housing 210 is cooled to a predetermined temperature by a cooling action of the cooling module 220 to decompose the fatty tissue.

5 is a view schematically showing a non-suction type handpiece structure of a fat decomposition apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

The non-suction type handpiece 300 is a plate type handpiece provided for the purpose of lip treatment of arms, legs and the like, unlike the suction type handpiece 200 of FIG.

In particular, the plate type handpiece shown in Fig. 5 (a) is used for the fat decomposition procedure in a narrow region such as an arm, and the plate type handpiece shown in Fig. 5 (b) Can be used for lipolysis of the site.

The non-suction type handpiece 300 includes a plate housing 310 formed to be able to contact the skin of an arm or a leg, a cooling module 320 for cooling the skin contacting the plate housing 310 to induce necrosis of adipose tissue ).

Meanwhile, the suction type handpiece of the lipolysis apparatus of the present invention may have two embodiments. Hereinafter, the first and second embodiments of the inhalable handpiece of the lipolysis apparatus of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings.

Suction type Handpiece First Embodiment

6 is a perspective view of a suction type handpiece according to the first embodiment of the present invention.

The suction type handpiece 200 according to the first embodiment of the present invention includes a suction housing 210, a cooling module 220, and a suction module 230.

The bottom surface of the suction housing 210 may have a rounded shape to facilitate contact with the skin to be treated, and may have a biocompatible material.

And can be provided as a flexible material so as to be adhered to each other in an effective manner corresponding to an unspecified curved shape of the skin.

The cooling module 220 cools the skin that is sucked into the inside of the suction housing.

In particular, the cooling module 220 includes an RF thermoelectric electrode that responds to an RF signal output from the high frequency generator, and may be composed of an n-type thermoelectric semiconductor and a p-type thermoelectric semiconductor as is commonly known.

More specifically, the n-type thermoelectric semiconductor and the p-type thermoelectric semiconductor can be electrically connected in series and thermally connected in parallel.

When power is supplied to the cooling module 220 according to this structure, an endothermic action occurs in the n-type thermoelectric semiconductor, and a heat radiation function occurs in the p-type thermoelectric semiconductor.

Such an effect is called a Peltier effect, and the cooling module 220 cools the skin to be treated according to a change in the polarity of the power source.

The suction module 230 sucks the skin into the inside of the suction housing.

In particular, the suction module 230 lifts the skin that is in close contact with the lower surface of the suction housing 210 toward the inner wall surface of the suction housing 210, thereby effectively cooling the fatty tissue in the skin by the cooling module 220 .

As a specific example, a vacuum inhaler can be used.

The suction housing 210 is formed in such a manner that the remaining area except the lower surface on which the skin is sucked is sealed. As a specific example, it can be provided in the form of a rectangular container.

The cooling module 220 may include a plurality of cooling modules 220 along the inner wall of the suction housing 210.

Specifically, the first cooling plate 221 disposed on a surface facing the first direction, that is, the long side direction of the housing 210, and the first cooling plate 221 disposed on the surface facing the second direction of the suction housing 210, And a second cooling plate 223 disposed therein.

7 is a conceptual view briefly showing an arrangement shape of a cooling module provided in the suction housing in the suction type handpiece according to the first embodiment of the present invention.

The arrangement of the cooling module 220 arranged around the inner wall surface of the suction housing 210 will be described in detail with reference to the arrangement of the first housing 210 in the first direction, A cooling plate 221 is provided.

Further, a second cooling plate 223 is provided on a surface facing the short side direction L2 of the suction housing 210, which is a second direction intersecting the second direction.

The first and second cooling plates 221 and 223 may be individually controlled and cooled to different set temperatures, and may be cooled sequentially or simultaneously to the same set temperature in accordance with the set program.

FIG. 8 is an operational state diagram showing a state in which fat is sucked and cooled through a section A-A 'and a section B-B' of FIG. 7.

Referring to FIG. 8 (a), the suction type handpiece 200 is sucked into the suction housing 210 by the function of the suction module 230.

The suction module 230 at this time may include a vacuum suction means 231 commonly known and a vacuum suction hole 233 communicated with the upper end of the suction housing 210.

In particular, the skin to be treated is formed from the outer surface in the order of the epidermis 10, the dermis 20, the fatty tissue 30, and the innermost muscle 40.

The skin 10, the dermis 20 and the fatty tissue 30 are sucked into the suction housing 210 by the action of the suction module 230.

At this time, the first cooling plate 221, which faces the long side of the suction housing 210, cools the skin, especially the fatty tissue 30, to a predetermined temperature.

On the other hand, the first cooling plate 221 is provided with a temperature sensor 260. The cooling temperature of the first cooling plate 221 is quickly measured by the temperature sensor 260 and fed back to the control unit 250. [

Thus, the control unit 150 can appropriately control the cooling of the fat tissue 30 by the first cooling plate 221. [

Referring to FIG. 8 (b), it can be seen that the second cooling plate 223 is disposed facing the short side direction of the suction housing 210.

The second cooling plate 223 shown in Fig. 8B is different from the first cooling plate 221 shown in Fig. 8A in that the first cooling plate 221 is disposed facing the long side direction of the suction housing 210 And is disposed facing the short side direction of the suction housing 210.

Since the cooling action of the fatty tissue 30 by the second cooling plate 223 is the same as that of the first cooling plate described above, a duplicated description will be omitted.

As described above, in the suction type handpiece 200 according to the first embodiment of the present invention, the first and second cooling plates are provided around the inner wall surface of the suction housing 210.

Accordingly, since the fat tissue 30 sucked into the suction housing 210 is cooled in all directions, it is possible to remarkably increase the fat decomposition efficiency and shorten the procedure time.

9 and 10 are conceptual diagrams schematically showing variations of the arrangement of the cooling module provided in the suction housing in the suction type handpiece according to the first embodiment of the present invention.

Referring to FIG. 9, the shape of the cooling module 220 provided inside the suction housing 210 is slightly changed.

That is, as shown in the drawing, the second cooling plate 224 has an arc-shaped cross section corresponding to the curved shape in the short side direction of the suction housing 210.

This allows the second cooling plate 224 to be more closely attached to the curved portion of the suction housing 110.

10, the illustrated cooling module is provided in the form of a ring-shaped cooling plate, that is, a cooling ring 225, which surrounds the suction housing 210 with an inner surface.

As a result, the fat tissue adsorbed into the suction housing 210 can be surrounded and cooled, thereby minimizing the area where the cooling is not performed.

Suction type Handpiece Second Embodiment

11 is a perspective view of a suction type handpiece according to a second embodiment of the present invention.

The suction type handpiece 200 according to the second embodiment of the present invention includes the indirect cooling module 220.

The indirect cooling module 220 cools the skin sucked into the suction housing. The indirect cooling is performed using the cooling tube 222 without directly contacting the skin with the cooling plate 221.

Accordingly, it is possible to prevent the skin from being directly in contact with the cooling plate during the fat decomposition procedure, thereby preventing the skin from being damaged or being frozen.

The cooling plate 221 has the same structure as that of the first and second cooling plates of the first embodiment described above and is constructed by connecting the n-type thermoelectric semiconductor and the p-type thermoelectric semiconductor electrically in series and thermally in parallel .

That is, the Peltier effect is used to cool down the set temperature according to the change of the polarity of the power source.

The cooling tube 222 is configured to come into contact with the inhaled skin into the suction housing 210 in a face-to-face manner. As the material of the cooling tube 222, at least one of polypropylene (PP), polyethylene (PE), polyethylene terephthalate (PET), Teflon, acryl, and urethane may be used have.

Particularly, the outer surface of the cooling tube 222 comes into contact with the cooling plate 221 to generate heat exchange action, and the inner surface of the cooling tube 222 is in direct contact with the skin inhaled into the suction housing 210, Especially fatty tissue).

The cooling tube 222 is disposed around the inside of the suction housing 210.

And the enclosed inner space of the cooling tube 222 is filled with cooling fluid.

The cooling plate 221 is cooled and driven to a predetermined temperature, and the temperature of the cooling fluid accommodated in the cooling tube 222 in contact with the cooling plate 221 is cooled. And the cooling effect is exerted on the skin (particularly, the fat tissue) in contact with the cooling tube 222 to induce necrosis of adipose tissue.

13 and 14 are sectional views for explaining an example in which indirect cooling is performed using a suction type handpiece according to a second embodiment of the present invention.

Referring to FIG. 13, a cooling module 220 having a single structure may be disposed around the inner wall surface of the suction housing 210.

The cooling plate 221 is disposed on a surface facing the long side of the suction housing 210 and the cooling tube 222 is disposed in a single body around the inner wall surface of the suction housing.

Accordingly, the skin sucked into the inner space of the adsorption housing 210, that is, the adsorption space, is indirectly cooled by the cooling tube 222. At this time, the cooling temperature is also maintained at a predetermined temperature.

Referring to FIG. 14, a cooling plate 221 and a cooling tube 222 are divided into a plurality of portions along the inner wall surface of the suction housing 210, unlike the cooling module previously described.

That is, a plurality of cooling plates 221a, 221b, 221c, 221d, 221e, and 221f are disposed by dividing the inner wall surface of the suction housing 210 into sections, and a plurality of cooling tubes 222a, 222b, 222c, 222d, 222e, 222f are arranged one by one.

This is a configuration in which the driving of the cooling plate is individually controlled and the temperature of the cooling fluid filled in the plurality of cooling tubes can be cooled to a set temperature, whereby indirect cooling of the skin can be performed independently for each divided region.

FIG. 15 is an operational state view showing indirect cooling of fat using a suction type handpiece according to a second embodiment of the present invention. FIG.

When the skin to be treated is sucked into the suction housing 210 by the vacuum suction of the suction module 230, the skin 10, the dermis 20 and the fatty tissue 30 are introduced into the suction housing 210 Inhaled.

When the cooling plate 221 is cooled to a preset temperature according to the command of the controller 250, the cooling fluid in the cooling tube 222 in contact with the cooling plate 221 is cooled to the corresponding temperature.

Then, the skin in contact with the cooling tube 222 is also indirectly cooled, and only the adipose tissue 30 is selectively decomposed without damaging the tissues such as the epidermis 10 and the like.

On the other hand, the cooling plate 221 or the cooling tube 223 may be provided with a temperature sensor 260.

The temperature of the cooling plate 221 or the cooling tube 223 measured by the temperature sensor 260 is transmitted to the control unit 250. The control unit 250 controls the driving of the cooling plate 221 through the received temperature so that a predetermined level of cooling temperature can be maintained at all times.

Meanwhile, a cooling fluid supply unit 270 may be further provided for supplying or replacing the cooling fluid accommodated in the cooling tube 223.

By the indirect cooling action of the cooling tube 223 as described above, it is possible to prevent the skin damage and the frost damage due to the procedure while exhibiting the decomposing effect of the fatty tissue 30 in the skin, have.

As described above, according to an embodiment of the present invention, a plurality of handpieces which can be driven independently of each other can be provided in a single device, thereby shortening a procedure time and maximizing a surgical effect.

The treatment conditions such as the pump pressure, temperature, and time for each of the plurality of handpieces can be independently controlled, and can be utilized for various purposes.

Further, according to an embodiment of the present invention, a suction type handpiece and a plate type handpiece are provided together in the apparatus, and the abdominal fat decomposition procedure and other site fat decomposition procedures such as arms and legs are performed in one fat decomposition apparatus Can be carried out.

In addition, according to an embodiment of the present invention, it is possible to shorten the procedure time by cooling the fat portion sucked into the handpiece in all directions.

According to one embodiment of the present invention, the skin adsorbed to the inside of the inhalable handpiece during the fat decomposition procedure can be cooled by the indirect cooling method, thereby protecting the patient from the risk of skin damage and frostbite, .

As described above, the lipolysis apparatus according to the preferred embodiment of the present invention has been described.

It is to be understood that the above-described embodiments are to be considered in all respects as illustrative and not restrictive, and the scope of the present invention will be indicated by the appended claims rather than by the foregoing detailed description. It is intended that all changes and modifications that come within the meaning and range of equivalency of the claims are to be embraced within their scope.

100: fat decomposition apparatus 101: body
103: handle 105: wheel
107: Monitoring means 109: Operation indicator lamp
111: air discharge hole 113: water supply part
120: Suction type handpiece housing part 130: Non-sucking type handpiece housing part
200: Suction type handpiece 210: Suction housing
220: cooling module 221: first cooling plate (or cooling plate)
222: cooling tube 223, 224: second cooling plate
225: cooling ring 230: suction module
231: Vacuum suction means 233: Vacuum suction hole
250: controller 260: temperature sensor
270: Cooling fluid supply part 300: Non-suction type handpiece
310: Plate housing 320: Plate cooling module

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  1. main body;
    A plurality of handpieces detachably mounted on the main body; And
    And a controller for controlling independent driving of each of the plurality of handpieces,
    Wherein at least one of the handpieces is a suction type handpiece,
    The suction type handpiece includes:
    A cooling module for cooling the skin sucked into the handpiece;
    A suction module for providing a suction pressure to the handpiece; And
    And a controller for controlling driving of the suction module and the cooling module,
    The cooling module includes:
    A first cooling plate disposed in a first direction in a long side direction from an inner side wall surface of the handpiece; And
    And a second cooling plate disposed on the inner side wall of the handpiece in a second direction different from the first direction,
    The cooling module cools the skin to be treated according to a change in the polarity of the power source,
    Wherein the first cooling plate or the second cooling plate is provided at least one for each section of the interior of the handpiece, and is independently cooled and driven for the divided section.
  2. The method of claim 1, wherein
    Wherein said plurality of handpieces comprise a non-inhaled handpiece.
  3. The method of claim 1, wherein
    Wherein the plurality of handpieces comprise a plurality of inhalable handpieces.
  4. The method of claim 1, wherein
    The device
    And a suction housing which is provided with a space for sucking and absorbing the skin therein and having a remaining portion excluding the lower surface on which the skin is sucked,
    Wherein the first cooling plate is spaced apart from and facing the long side of the suction housing,
    Wherein the second cooling plate is disposed opposite to and spaced apart from each other in a short side direction of the suction housing.
  5. The method of claim 4, wherein
    Wherein the cooling module includes a second cooling plate disposed on a surface facing the suction housing in a short side direction,
    And the second cooling plate has an arc-shaped cross-section corresponding to a curved shape of the suction housing.
  6. 5. The method of claim 4,
    Wherein the suction module is a vacuum inhaler for sucking the skin, which is in contact with the lower surface of the suction housing, toward the inner wall surface of the suction housing.
  7. The method of claim 1, wherein
    The suction module and the cooling module are controlled to be driven by the control unit, and the real time temperature detected from the temperature sensor provided in the cooling module is fed back to the control unit so that the cooling module is controlled to be driven to a predetermined temperature .
  8. main body;
    A plurality of handpieces detachably mounted on the main body; And
    And a controller for controlling independent driving of each of the plurality of handpieces,
    Wherein at least one of the handpieces is a suction type handpiece,
    The suction type handpiece includes:
    A cooling module for cooling the skin sucked into the handpiece;
    A suction module for providing a suction pressure in the handpiece; And
    And a controller for controlling driving of the suction module and the cooling module,
    Wherein the cooling module is arranged in the form of a cooling ring arranged around the inside of the handpiece,
    The cooling module cools the skin to be treated according to a change in the polarity of the power source,
    Wherein the cooling module includes a plurality of RF thermoelectric electrodes,
    Wherein at least one RF thermoelectric electrode is provided for each of the divided sections of the handpiece, and the RF thermoelectric electrodes are independently cooled and driven for the divided section.
  9. 9. The method of claim 8,
    The device
    Further comprising a suction housing provided with a space for sucking and absorbing the skin therein and having the remaining portion excluding the lower surface on which the skin is sucked,
    Wherein the suction housing has an inner side surface in a long side direction and an inner side surface in a short side direction, the length of which is relatively shorter than the long side direction,
    Wherein the cooling ring is disposed so as to enclose the inner side surface in the longitudinal direction of the suction housing and the inner side surface in the direction of the short side.
  10. The method of claim 9, wherein
    The cooling module includes:
    A first cooling plate disposed in a first direction on an inner wall surface of the suction housing; And
    And a second cooling plate disposed in an inner wall surface of the suction housing in a second direction different from the first direction and having an arc-shaped cross-section corresponding to a curved shape of the suction housing.
  11. The method of claim 9, wherein
    The suction module
    And a vacuum inhaler for sucking the skin, which is in close contact with the lower surface of the suction housing, toward the inner wall surface of the suction housing.
  12. main body;
    A plurality of handpieces detachably mounted on the main body; And
    And a controller for controlling independent driving of each of the plurality of handpieces,
    Wherein at least one of the handpieces is a suction type handpiece,
    The suction type handpiece includes:
    A cooling module for cooling the skin sucked into the handpiece;
    A suction module for providing a suction pressure inside the handpiece; And
    And a controller for controlling driving of the suction module and the cooling module,
    The cooling module includes:
    A first cooling plate disposed in a first direction on an inner wall surface of the interior of the handpiece; And
    And a second cooling plate disposed in an inner wall surface of the handpiece in a second direction different from the first direction and having an arcuate section corresponding to the curved shape of the handpiece,
    The cooling module cools the skin to be treated according to a change in the polarity of the power source,
    Wherein the first cooling plate or the second cooling plate is provided at least one for each section of the interior of the handpiece, and is independently cooled and driven for the divided section.
  13. 13. The method of claim 12,
    The device
    And a suction housing which is provided with a space for sucking and absorbing the skin therein and having a remaining portion excluding the lower surface on which the skin is sucked,
    Wherein the first cooling plate is spaced apart from and facing the long side of the suction housing,
    Wherein the second cooling plate is disposed opposite to and spaced apart from each other in a short side direction of the suction housing.
  14. The method of claim 13, wherein
    And the second cooling plate is disposed in the form of a cooling ring arranged around the inside of the suction housing.
  15. main body;
    A plurality of handpieces detachably mounted on the main body; And
    And a controller for controlling independent driving of each of the plurality of handpieces,
    Wherein at least one of the handpieces is a suction type handpiece,
    The suction type handpiece includes:
    A suction module for providing a suction pressure inside the handpiece; And
    And an indirect cooling module for indirectly cooling the skin inhaled by the suction module,
    In the indirect cooling module,
    A cooling plate disposed along the inner wall surface of the interior of the handpiece; And
    And a cooling tube disposed inside the cooling plate so that the skin sucked into the inside of the handpiece does not contact the cooling plate to transfer the cooling temperature of the cooling plate to the skin.
  16. The method of claim 15, wherein
    The device
    Further comprising a suction housing provided with a space for sucking and absorbing the skin therein, wherein the suction housing is formed in a container shape in which the remaining area except the lower surface on which the skin is sucked is closed,
    Wherein a plurality of cooling plates are disposed along an inner wall surface of the suction housing.
  17. The method of claim 15, wherein
    Wherein the indirect cooling module houses the cooling fluid that is cooled by the cooling plate.
  18. The method of claim 16, wherein
    Wherein the cooling tube has a shape surrounded by an inner wall surface of the suction housing.
  19. 17. The method of claim 16,
    Wherein the cooling plate and the cooling tube are provided at least one for each of the divided sections of the interior of the suction housing to perform cooling drive independently for the divided section.
  20. The method of claim 15, wherein
    Wherein the cooling tube is made of at least one of polypropylene (PP), polyethylene (PE), polyethylene terephthalate (PET), Teflon, acryl, Decomposition device.
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