We are excited to now introduce the Vectra Face Sculptor, which is a facial surgery simulator. Our Coco Ruby clinicians have been using the Reveal facial camera to detect imperfections in our non-surgical patients, like pigmentation, sun damage and capillary damage. This helps them to appropriately select which treatment is most suited to their patients’ needs, and gives them a visual tool to assist in their consultation process and communication with the patient.
The Vectra Face Sculptor is now allowing our facial surgeons to demonstrate to patients the outcome of Rhinoplasty, Face Lifts, Neck Lifts and Chin Augmentation. The Vectra Face Sculptor provides a visual pre-operative assessment of the face with automated measurements of the facial features and contours.
As a highly experienced team here at Cosmetic Surgery for Women, we feel that the new Vectra Face Sculptor will really benefit our facial surgery patients in making an informed decision about their procedure, with an understanding of their expected results.
Procedures like Rhinoplasty and Face Lifts are often procedures that patients think about for a long time because they have concerns about their final outcome. We now have a visual tool to demonstrate and communicate to the patient the outcome we believe they will achieve from their surgery.
Our plastic surgeon Dr Richard Sackelariou focuses his Plastic Surgery practice on the surgical enhancement of the face, breasts and body.
He is excited to introduce the Vectra Face Sculptor imaging technology at our clinic along with Crisolix 3D imaging, as planning tools for what might be attained with surgical changes. Note these 3D imaging devices and software systems are tools only – not predictive technology. But they can help patients visualise their results.
“The decision to have any form of facial surgery is a difficult one,
Having an additional communication tool to visually explain a patients’ outcome should make their consultation process easier, and give them a better understanding of their expectations.”
Visit our Downloadable Guides pages
For more information about Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery options and research in Australia.