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Before and after plastic surgery 3D simulator: How does it work?

Looking at undergoing plastic surgery? Our 3D simulator is a great tool to give you and your cosmetic or plastic surgeon a new way to plan and visualise your breast or body surgery. Let’s dive in and see how this tech is helping patients decide if cosmetic surgery is right for them.

The Evolution of Breast Augmentation Imaging

Providing desired 2D before and after photos is still important at helping us understanding your expectations, but now, thanks to 3D simulation, you can see what your cosmetic results might look like from every angle. It’s like trying on different sizes and shapes in the consultation room.

Empowering Informed Decision-Making

With the 3D Simulator, you can explore with your cosmetic or plastic surgeon different options and get a feel for your potential results. Want a subtle breast lift or a heavily augmented look with larger breast implants? It’s easy to explore your options. Plus, having this visual aid helps you and your surgeon get on the same page to decide if surgery is right for you.

Improving Patient Satisfaction

At the end of the day, it’s all about making sure you have realistic expectations of what you can potentially achieve. 3D simulation software helps with this as you’ll feel more confident knowing what to expect before your cosmetic surgery.

If you’re thinking about plastic surgery, consider taking advantage of our free 3D Simulator during your surgery consultation. It’s a great tool on your journey deciding if cosmetic surgery is right for you!

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Please note: It’s important to understand that the representations generated are of a general nature and may not precisely replicate individual anatomical characteristics or surgical outcomes. Therefore actual results may differ from the simulated images. You should consult with your surgeon to decide on a surgical plan that is most suited to you.

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified practitioner.