3D Imaging

The Imaging Evolution

Today’s imaging systems do far more than track results—they improve patient satisfaction and communication between patients and providers.
The Imaging Evolution

When patients consider plastic surgery or medical aesthetic interventions, the firrst thing they want to know is how they will look after the procedure. Accordingly, before and after images—whether they are posted on websites, displayed in reception area look books or shared during consultations—have become one of the most powerful patient education and practice growth tools available to practitioners.

360-Degree Body Imaging

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360-Degree Body Imaging

Consultations about the back side of the anatomy can be difficult to simulate and often require the use of multiple mirrors or flat 2D pictures. Now physicians have a new tool to help illustrate potential outcomes. Canfield Scientific has introduced VECTRA XT 360° Body Imaging in high resolution 3D.

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Skincare Equipment: Vectra H1 3D handheld camera

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Vectra H1 3D handheld camera

Canfield Sciences Vectra H1 3D handheld camera allows smaller practices to incorporate 3D imaging into their treatment regimens. The lightweight camera is best suited for small-to-medium field imaging and includes integrated flash and ranging lights. It requires minimal staff training and wirelessly transmits images to VECTRA or Mirror patient charts. Contact: 800.815.4330, www.canfieldsci.com.

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Sleek Virtual Sculpting

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Canfield Imaging Systems has introduced the Vectra-xt, a new version of its flagship Vectra 3D face and body imaging system. Like the existing Vectra systems, the xt allows you to capture high-resolution, 3D, color images. New features include automated breast measurements; a virtual clothing module; enhanced measurement display; improved implant selector supporting all major implant brands; streamlined camera design; increased range of photography; and the ability to capture either body or face images without mechanical adjustments or recalibration.

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