Crisalix’s 3D Simulation for Breast Implant Procedures
Whenever someone considers having his physical aspects modified, it would be really useful to have an idea on the the eventual outcome beforehand. The same happens in the cosmetic surgery field. It is quite understandable that everybody would really like to know how he would look like before letting anyone operate on their looks. Only a 3D simulation could answer the question, “How would I look post op?” and make it easier for an individual to visualize the change. With Crisalix, 3D simulation has become a reality in cases of Breast Implant procedures.
Crisalix is the first online 3D simulator in the world for aesthetic procedures. The procedure helps in recreating 3D images of the body or face of the patient. For that, they use 3 standards 2D images, which the patient has to upload online. The final image is sent to the doctor before the patient arrives to his clinic. This allows an accurate pre-visualization of the procedure’s eventual results at the time of consultation.
With the 3D images already prepared by Crisalix, it also saves the time on the part of the surgeon. Now, he only has to understand the needs of his patient. Such a procedure also gives the patient an opportunity to be an active participant in his treatment. He will be able to see his own 3D image. If the image fits his requirements he should opt for the procedure. This is better than looking at the images of another patient, who might not have the same anatomy and physical features!
This unique technology, which is now being offered by renowned Arizona Plastic Surgeon, Dr Patti Flint to Breast Implant patients, will help in increasing the understanding of the patient with regards to the procedure. Again, it will also make the consultation between the patient and doctor become more interactive than before. With this data available, consultation and post-procedure satisfaction would be much more evitable!
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