Axis Three's Portrait 3D technology boosts plastic surgery
On today's Rachel Ray show, she discusses plastic surgery and one tool that doctors use to assist in the process; namely Axis Three's Portrait 3D technology. This technology allows a doctor to render a 3D representation of the outcome of plastic surgery. These 3D images include representations for breast and facial surgeries. These plastic surgeries include breast augmentation, rhinoplasty, chin implantation, jaw reprofiling, Submental Liposculpture (removal of neck tissue), and more.
“Founded in 2002, Axis Three is the only company offering science based 3D simulation tools for cosmetic and plastic surgery. Using actual clinical data to enhance physics based tissue typing, the TBS™ (Tissue Behavior Simulation) algorithm delivers, anatomically accurate images of a patient’s own body — in 3D.”
This technology along with a surgeon’s skill leads to greater satisfaction with outcomes. It also helps the patient have realistic goals for their plastic surgery outcomes, a constant problem faced by surgeons. Being able to show a patient a representation of themselves, in 3D, will remove the need for the patient to imagine (overly so at times) the results that can be obtained.
Plastic surgery does come with risks as all surgeries do. Depending on the surgery requested and the individual involved, risks are varied. Included in these risks are scarring, bleeding, infections are probable after surgery, and risks associated with anesthesia. Finding a qualified physician with the skills to handle the surgery and using advanced techniques like Axis Three's Portrait 3D technology, patients will find decreased risk.
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