The number one question most people ask when considering plastic surgery and non-surgical cosmetic procedures is: “What will I look like after treatment?” Fortunately, advanced technology is making it much easier to give patients a good idea of what they can expect. VECTRA® 3D Imaging is a highly specialized camera and computer system that our practice frequently uses in initial consultations. Our surgeon and clinical team at our plastic surgery practice have undergone hours of specialized training to learn the best photography morphing techniques, allowing them to provide a good idea of what you can expect. Vectra® 3D Imaging is used in a variety of plastic surgery consultations, but it is particularly fun and informative when “trying on” different breast implant sizes and styles.
Our innovative VECTRA® 3D Imaging system can show you a digital high-resolution “preview” of your cosmetic results to help ensure that you are selecting the surgical procedure that can best meet your aesthetic needs. Dr. Mark Pinsky also uses the VECTRA® 3D Imaging system during the consultation process to assist with patient education. This technology digitally scans the area of the face or body and creates a hologram-like image that can be altered to give patients an idea of what their results might be.
Using VECTRA® 3D Imaging provides our patients with more information, allowing them to confidently make more informed decisions. Once you have an initial idea of the likely outcome for your particular surgery, it becomes easier to communicate any concerns or desired changes. Our VECTRA® 3D Imaging system is commonly used for surgical procedures for the breasts, face, and body, including:
- Breast Augmentation
- Breast Lift
- Breast Reconstruction
- Tummy Tuck
- Face Lift
- Eyelid Lift
It is important to note that, while no technology can predict the future with 100 percent accuracy, VECTRA® 3D Imaging can give you a better idea of how a specific procedure can help you reach your goals.
If you would like to learn more about VECTRA® 3D Imaging, or if you would like to schedule a consultation, please contact our office today.