Trying to visualize how you’ll look after plastic surgery can be challenging. You can check out a surgeon’s before-and-after photos, talk with friends who’ve had similar procedures, and even leaf through magazines filled with pictures of surgically enhanced stars. But when it comes to getting the reassurance you need about a potentially life-changing decision, there’s no better option than VECTRA 3-D cosmetic plastic surgery imaging in Orange County.
Dr. Andrew Smith chose this innovative new technology to provide his patients with a way to get a better idea of how they will look after their procedures. Whether you’re considering breast enhancement or facial sculpting, the VECTRA’s advanced 3-D photography can provide you with realistic representations of your post-surgery results.
If you are considering plastic surgery, the best way to learn about how VECTRA 3-D technology can help you is to request a FREE surgical consultation with Dr. Smith. You can also call our Corona, Huntington Beach, and Irvine plastic surgery offices at (949) 653-7000.
How VECTRA 3-D Imaging Works
Dr. Smith uses VECTRA 3-D imaging to show patients their options and customize their surgical plans.
- Your Options: Dr. Smith begins by using VECTRA 3-D imaging to create a 180-degree view of the target area, such as your breasts. Using that three-dimensional picture, he helps you understand your options. Then, you and Dr. Smith can agree on the right choices for you. For example, you may want breast augmentation, but you may not be sure about the right implants for your body type. The VECTRA’s simulation software allows you to virtually “try on” different implants. Together, you and Dr. Smith can discuss the factors involved so that you can choose the ideal implants. You can even see side-by-side, before-and-after photos during this session.
- Your Surgical Plan: Based on the results that you want to achieve, Dr. Smith then creates a customized plan tailored specifically to your anatomy and your goals. The VECTRA 3-D imaging system can even be used to help plan combined procedures for a more complete transformation, such as a breast augmentation combined with a lift.