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Vectra® 3D Imaging

Plastic Surgery Spokane and Tri Cities, WA

Vectra® 3D imaging has revolutionized the way Shape’s surgeons perform a consultation in our Spokane and Kennewick offices.  Moving beyond traditional photography to a 3-dimensional view allows you and your surgeon to get an extremely accurate picture of the expected results that can be achieved.  With this technology, we can see the expected results from multiple angles, as if you were looking at them in person or in the mirror.

To describe your procedure and help you truly understand the results, this tool is incredibly useful.  For cosmetic surgeons around the country, this system has dramatically improved pre-procedure planning and analysis.

How It Works

The Vectra® 3D camera works by capturing three-dimensional, high-quality photographs of the patient, during which a number of pictures are taken simultaneously from multiple cameras and different points of view.

After the machine is finished taking photos, special simulation software is then applied to the images to show you the possible result(s) of what you could look like after the procedure is complete. Once you have decided which enhancement is right for you, your Physician will explain exactly how your customized treatment will be performed and what to expect throughout the entire process.

Shape invested in this innovative new technology to provide our patients the ability to see how they will appear after surgery. No matter the procedure you’re considering, be it facial sculpting, a breast enhancement procedure, or body reshaping surgery, Vectra® 3D technology can provide you with a realistic predicted view of your post-surgery results. This tool will help you visualize your face, breast, or body procedural outcome with clarity.

Please remember that results predicted using any computer generated predictions are just that- predictions and illustrations.  Your results will vary and will not look exactly like the computer images.