Facial 3D Imaging at Coco Ruby Melbourne
We are excited to now introduce the Vectra Face Sculptor, which is a facial surgery simulator. This Facial 3D Imaging is used as a planning tool to see what can be attained through facial surgery.
Our Coco Ruby dermal clinicians also use the Reveal facial camera to detect facial skin imperfections in our non-surgical patients. For example; pigmentation, sun and capillary damage. This helps appropriately select the treatment that is most suitable for patients’ needs. It also gives them a visual tool to assist in their consultation process and patient communication.
The Vectra Face Sculptor
The Vectra Face Sculptor allow our facial surgeons to demonstrate the potential outcome of Rhinoplasty, Face Lifts, Neck Lifts and Chin Augmentation. The machine provides a visual pre-operative assessment of the face with automated measurements of the facial features and contours.
Our highly experienced team here at Coco Ruby Plastic Surgery, feel that the Vectra Face Sculptor benefits our facial surgery patients. This is because it can help patients not only make an informed decision about their procedure but it can also give them an idea about what their results will look like.
Procedures like Rhinoplasty and Face Lifts are often procedures that patients think about for a long time. This is because they have concerns about their final outcome. Now we have the 3D imaging tool to demonstrate and communicate to the patient the outcome we believe they will achieve from their facial surgery.
The Vectra Face Sculptor imaging technology at our clinic along with Crisolix 3D imaging is used as a planning tool to see what may be attained with facial surgery. Note these 3D imaging devices and software systems are tools only – not predictive technology. However, they can be used as an aid to help patients visualise potential 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, it should give them a better understanding of their expectations.”
Choosing the Best Nose Surgeon in Sydney or Melbourne
When choosing the right plastic surgeon for Nose or Face Surgery you should always keep in mind that the experience, training, and credentials are more important than;
- the price tag
- Special deals
- big discounts
All of the above should raise a red flag. Usually, those kinds of procedures lead to a disappointing result and in the end not only cost more money but also cause more stress, pain, take more time, and discomfort than one procedure done by a professional, experienced surgeon.
How to Book Consultation with a Nose or Face Surgeon
A formal first nose consultation with Dr Stephen Kleid includes a comprehensive nasal examination ($300) in-person at the clinic. Dr Kleid will then perform a Nasendoscope procedure and 3D imaging on a Vectra Machine ($300).
When attending a Rhinoplasty consultation with the Dr Richard Sackelariou he will assess his patient’s nose and then request a CT scan for final assessment. ($250).
Dr Stephen Kleid is an experienced Ear, Nose and Throat ENT Surgeon (Otolaryngologist). He consults in three Melbourne practice locations here at Coco Ruby Plastic Surgery;
- Hawthorn East
- St Kilda East
- And, East Melbourne.
Dr Richard Sackelariou is a Specialist Plastic Surgeon and Nose Expert operating in both Melbourne and Sydney
Always Choose a qualified, experienced, expert for Plastic Surgery
Be sure to find out if your surgeon is FRACS qualified and has proven and relevant surgical experience.
Don’t choose someone who studied a different area of medicine. They are unlikely to have the surgical training required to be recognized as a Specialist in Plastic, Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgeon.
Coco Ruby is an Australia-wide Specialist Plastic Surgeons Group, with the appropriate qualifications and members of recognized associations. Look for members of FRACS, ASPS, ASAPS or ISAPS as some of the Qualifications of your Surgeon. Our Surgeons operate in an accredited hospital, not in the back room of a clinic.