As you know from reading about this "patented" technique, careful breast pocket creation using cautery dissection rather than blunt-force dissection is what allows "Flash Recovery." I absolutely agree with the idea that careful and precise surgical technique (other plastic surgeons call this the "no-touch technique" or the "24-hour recovery breast augmentation") is going to yield less surgical trauma to the tissues, with less bruising, bleeding, and lower likelihood of capsular contracture, not to mention a more comfortable recovery!
But "Flash" as in "Faster" recovery? Compared to what? Yes, these techniques, by no means used by this young plastic surgeon alone, will result in a better and more comfortable recovery, but tissues cannot heal completely and durably any faster if the wound is made with cautery and careful technique or with a gold-plated scalpel with a diamond blade! Hey, let's patent that idea and call it the "You'll feel so good you can do too much too soon and you too can have re-operation for bleeding or capsular contracture recovery!" Shucks, too many words, I guess. But you get the idea!
Careful surgery is a good idea. So is avoidance of blunt dissection and extremely precise control of all bleeders. So is use of long-acting local anesthetic with vasoconstrictor in the breast pocket, and muscle relaxants, and anti-inflammatory medications! But you can't speed up your metabolic healing process, and too much activity too soon will cause a higher risk of bleeding, capsular contracture, and/or re-operation to evacuate a hematoma. Please read the link below.
You would be much better off seeking a surgeon who has years of experience doing this operation using sound surgical principles, careful and precise technique, and who recommends caution and conservatism in your recovery instructions so you don't wreck your results! The rest is just marketing baloney!
Perhaps I can interest you in the Emperor's clothes?