Canfield Vectra Imaging is a non-invasive imaging system used in the field of cosmetic and plastic surgery. It uses 3D imaging technology to capture high-resolution images of the face, breasts, and body from multiple angles, which can be used to simulate the effects of various cosmetic procedures. The system creates a three-dimensional representation of the patient’s body that can be rotated, zoomed, and manipulated in real-time to help the surgeon and patient visualize the expected outcome of a proposed procedure. The images can also be used to track changes in the patient’s appearance over time.
Dr. Leif Rogers uses the Vectra 3D Imaging Camera to Simulate a Breast Augmentation with Implants
Yes, Canfield Vectra is safe and non-invasive. It uses a structured light projection system to capture the images, which is harmless to the skin and body.
What can Canfield Vectra be used for?
This technology is primarily used in cosmetic and plastic surgery to simulate the potential results of procedures such as breast augmentation, rhinoplasty, and body contouring.
How long does a Canfield Vectra Imaging session take?
A typical session takes about 10-15 minutes to capture all the images needed to create the 3D model. The system is commonly used in procedures such as breast augmentation, rhinoplasty, facial rejuvenation, and body contouring. By providing a clear visualization of the potential outcomes, patients can make informed decisions about their treatment options and have realistic expectations about their results.
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