Crisalix 3D imaging and virtual reality software allows patients to witness what their cosmetic surgery will look like prior to its execution, helping to ease any anxiety about what to expect and ensure satisfaction with the end results.

Bloomfield Hills plastic surgeon David Rehm is proud to offer this cutting-edge technology during consultations with new patients, enabling them to access their secure account at any time and view simulated results whenever desired.

What is Crisalix 3D Imaging?

Crisalix 3D imaging system is an innovative advancement in cosmetic surgery visualization that allows patients to see their surgical results before the procedure even starts. This advanced technology helps people make more informed decisions and decrease anxiety about surgery while guaranteeing Dr. sibel delivers results that meet or surpass their expectations.

This proprietary software takes photos of both face and body without clothing to digitally manipulate in order to display anticipated surgical results. Patients can add accessories like bathing suits or dresses in order to visualize how they might appear post breast lift or other cosmetic procedure.

This imaging tool is especially helpful for breast augmentation and other breast enhancement surgeries as it allows patients to “try on” different implant sizes before their actual procedure, eliminating much of the guesswork that often leads to patient dissatisfaction after receiving their implants.

Crisalix can also help simulate the results of neck lift surgery, which addresses issues like sagging skin, excess fat, and muscle banding in the neck and jawline. Achieving such results may be life-altering surgery for those who feel self-conscious about visible signs of aging in their necks – with Crisalix providing patients with an accurate glimpse of what their new look may look like so as to clarify expectations and improve communication during consultations with Dr. sibel.

How Does Crisalix 3D Imaging Work?

Digital imaging can be an essential step when considering plastic surgery procedures like breast augmentation, facelift or any other plastic procedure. By using Crisalix 3D technology to visualize expected results prior to your procedure – rather than relying on other patients’ before-and-after photos or guesstimating the outcome – Crisalix allows you to visualize them early so you can be certain of your decision and feel more confident about it.

Before surgery, many procedures, like breast augmentation or lifts, you can select your implant size and shape easily and reduce anxiety surrounding these decisions. Crisalix technology also enables other body contouring procedures like tummy tuck or abdominoplasty; for facial plastic surgery purposes Crisalix simulates liquid facelift outcomes or nonsurgical services like Botox(r) JUVEDERM(r) or fat injections – helping make decisions easier while alleviating natural anxiety about them.

Before your consultation, take three pictures of your torso area and upload them to Crisalix’s website or app. Dr. marsel can then use Crisalix software to show simulated results before and after surgery – you can even use this user-friendly app at home to create your personalized account and simulate free results! The convenient at-home imaging system also helps keep you involved with decision-making so we can more closely meet your expectations during plastic surgery procedures.

Are You a Good Candidate for Crisalix 3D Imaging?

Crisalix 3D Imaging is an advanced technology typically utilized during breast surgery consultations. At your initial meeting, I will take photographs and scans of your face or body (depending on which cosmetic procedure you select) before uploading these to a secure Crisalix patient vault and digitally manipulating an avatar of yourself to show results anticipated from that procedure.

This imaging system stands out by using real-life photos to simulate any desired changes, creating an accurate depiction of what lies ahead. This makes the visualization process simpler for patients and more informed decision-making while decreasing anxiety and increasing post-surgery satisfaction.

Crisalix can help simulate your ideal results when considering breast augmentation, by “trying on” various implant shapes and sizes to give a realistic representation. You can take this image home with you to show family and friends your potential new look.

If you are considering non-breast procedures, I can also offer Crisalix simulation using your own images during our initial consultation meeting in person or via video conference if coming from out of town.

How Can I Schedule a Crisalix 3D Imaging Consultation?

If you are considering breast augmentation surgery, one of the most useful tools available to you is Crisalix digital imaging system. We use it during virtual or in-person consultations to show what results will look like and help make informed decisions before surgery is scheduled. During imaging sessions you can observe what different size implants would look like on your body before making a selection decision – helping prevent many women from selecting too large an implant that won’t properly enhance their silhouette or choose an implant too large for their frame.

Crisalix 3D makes it easy for you to view simulated results after your consultation from home, providing a great way to discuss them with family or friends and obtain opinions before making your final decision. Images will remain stored in your account so you can revisit them anytime.

Contact us now to gain more insight into Crisalix 3D imaging technology, schedule your consultation and discover what your results may look like! We look forward to showing off this groundbreaking system and its innovative possibilities!

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