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Experience the sixth sense: 3-D imaging for rhinoplasty and your face

Vectra1We now offer Vectra 3-D aesthetic imaging and simulation for rhinoplasty and treatment of the aging face. This sets Pearlman Aesthetic Surgery apart from most other doctors who are still using older technology. The Vectra 3-D uses multiple cameras to take simultaneous photos from several different points of view then constructs a virtual 3-dimensional model of you right before your eyes. Using special simulation software on your 3-D image, we can show you the possible results of the aesthetic procedures you may be considering including rhinoplasty, revision rhinoplasty, facelifts, and even facial fillers. You will see the “after” in minutes.

Dr. Pearlman is a strong believer in computer imaging and has been using computer imaging in his practice for over 24 years. Adding 3-D computer imaging technology takes your experience to the next level. Faces can be morphed then rotated and viewed from any angle imaginable. It’s exciting for patients to have this enhanced sense of knowledge and input into their final result.

Vectra ImagingWith the new analysis tools, actual volume changes, such as how much to remove from a nose or add to a chin or cheeks are instantaneously available. Previously, Dr. Pearlman used computer imaging just for rhinoplasty and revision rhinoplasty, but Vectra 3-D imaging is great for facelifts and facial fillers too. Facial contour change can be evaluated by color changes like a topographical map. We can even quantify aesthetic changes using this advanced 3-D computer imaging software.

To experience virtual surgery using Vectra 3-D aesthetic imaging and explore where we might take you, please contact our office.

Pearlman Aesthetic Surgery Office

Park Avenue

Whether you are local or traveling from afar, our Concierge service will make youy as comfortable as possible from your first visit through your recovery period.

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