Have you ever wondered what you would look like after cosmetic surgery? Now you can get a good idea with an exciting new technology available at Marina Plastic Surgery: the VECTRA 3-D imaging system. Used for cosmetic surgery imaging in Los Angeles, this advanced medical photography device can create three-dimensional images of your face or body. The images can be adjusted to show how you might look after surgery. This can help you and your doctor make important decisions regarding your treatment plan. Whether you are curious about breast augmentation, a face lift or even injectable treatments, VECTRA can give you a photographic depiction of what to expect.
Using VECTRA during a consultation allows for detailed surgical planning by providing you with visual answers to your questions and setting reasonable expectations about your results. Your VECTRA session will begin by capturing a 180-degree image of the area you want to improve. Precise measurements and details of your individual anatomy are recorded by the software system, and a very accurate virtual image is developed.
The doctor can then manipulate the photograph to simulate your intended surgical outcome. You will be able to view the image from a variety of angles, and VECTRA will display side-by-side before-and-after photos for easy comparison. During this time, the doctor will discuss your treatment objectives and explore the possible variations using VECTRA. Additional procedures may be suggested to help you achieve the results you’re looking for. At the end of your appointment, a printout of your before-and-after photos will be given to you to take home.
VECTRA can be used to help plan several popular surgical procedures for the face, breast and body. It can also be an effective tool in predicting the results of injectable treatments such as BOTOX® Cosmetic and JUVÉDERM®. The VECTRA system is used to get a visual representation of expected outcome for several procedures, including:
To learn more about VECTRA plastic surgery imaging in Los Angeles, and receive a private consultation, request your appointment online and schedule your visit during one of the select times our doctors have set aside exclusively for Web visitors.
To receive a consultation, request your appointment online and schedule your visit during one of the select times our surgeons have set aside exclusively for Web visitors.