Are you wondering how you will look after your breast augmentation, facelift or other plastic surgery procedure with Dr. Rubinstein? Now residents of Miami, FL, and greater South Florida don’t have to wait until after you’ve had surgery to see your results, thanks to the innovative Crisalix 3D imaging technology.
What is 3D Imaging Technology?
A virtual reality application, called Crisalix, is now available at the office of Miami plastic surgeon, Adam J. Rubinstein, M.D., F.A.C.S. You no longer have to rely on your imagination or other patients’ before-and-after photos to guess at your results, as you can now see for yourself how you’ll look before even undergoing your procedure. Many patients of Dr. Rubinstein now use Crisalix to “try on” larger breasts, a smoother nose or fuller lips, in much the same way that you might try on clothes in a dressing room. In this way, Crisalix has revolutionized the plastic surgery process by allowing you to try out your new look before you even undergo your procedure. Crisalix 4D Augmented Reality from Crisalix on Vimeo.
Benefits of Using 3D Imagery
During your consultation, Dr. Rubinstein will use a 3D camera to capture your image and then upload your personalized image captures into the advanced Crisalix imaging software, which will then instantly create a 3D image of you. From there, Dr. Rubinstein can program the Crisalix software with the specifics of your procedure, which the software will use to show you the results of your procedure on your very own 3D model of yourself. During your consultation, you can make adjustments, modify sizing, and truly develop a customized procedure plan based on your unique wishes and desires, which means you’ll undergo your procedure with complete confidence and peace of mind, knowing in advance what your results will look like.
Who is a Good Candidate for Virtual Reality Simulation?
The Crisalix 3D plastic surgery simulator can simulate breast augmentations, different implants and facial procedures, such as rhinoplasty, Botox® injections and more, so if you are thinking about undergoing a procedure, you may be a good candidate for Crisalix. If you are wondering about cup sizes, volumes, and shapes for breast augmentation, then you can choose from a broad range of implant types, sizes and surgery techniques during the 3D consultation, and working together with Dr. Rubinstein you can create your ideal procedure plan. What if you could see yourself with any changes before they actually happen? What if you could see y
ourself before and after plastic surgery? If you have any of these “what if” questions, which are entirely natural for anyone opting to undergo a cosmetic procedure, then you may be an ideal candidate for Crisalix.
Why Should I Choose to Use Crisalix Virtual Reality Simulation
Crisalix is a great way for you to try on your new look and get a better picture of desired results after your procedure, and it’s a great way for you to work with Dr. Rubinstein to make sure that he understands your needs, goals, and wishes for your procedure. It allows you to enter into your procedure with tremendous confidence, and it helps in the formulation of a precise surgical plan that matches your wishes. Ultimately, there is no substitute for surgical skill, and that’s why so many patients choose Dr. Rubinstein, because his precision, skill, and commitment to aesthetic excellence are unparalleled, but by working together with Dr. Rubinstein and by using Crisalix you will be freed from second-guessing or worrying about what you will look like after surgery. Board-certified Miami plastic surgeon Adam J. Rubinstein, M.D., F.A.C.S., offers Crisalix virtual reality simulation for people in the Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and South Florida area who want to get a better idea of how they will look after their procedure. Contact us today to schedule your consultation with Dr. Rubinstein.
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