Vectra 3D Imaging
Sieber Plastic Surgery offers Vectra 3D imagining, a novel way to plan out your procedure and give you a visual of the realistic results you can expect. Vectra 3D imaging is more than just a picture, it’s a 3-dimentional picture of you! This technology creates an image of your face or body, allowing a complete visual of your plastic surgery results from every angle.
How Does Vectra 3D Imaging Work?
The Vectra 3D imaging system involves 6 cameras positioned at different angles. High resolution photos are taken of the treatment area and are digitally converted into a 3-dimentional model. Based on the procedures you are considering and your goals for results, Dr. Sieber can put information into the program to simulate the changes that will occur after your procedure. You’re able to see what your breasts look like after an augmentation or your nose after a rhinoplasty. The imaging process only takes a couple of minutes and is completed in a private, comfortable setting.
What are the Benefits of Vectra 3D Imaging?
The main benefit is that Vectra 3D imaging takes the guess work out of what types of results you can expect. An independent study showed that Vectra is over 90% accurate in predicting final breast size in those women interested in breast augmentation. The imaging system allows for accurate measurements and body mapping, allowing Dr. Sieber to make adjustments to your procedure techniques based on your unique body type and concerns.
A Better Visual of Your Results
Vectra 3D imaging allows you to see your expected results from every angle, so you can make informed decisions about your procedure. The system allows you to see what results you can achieve from a single procedure or a combination of procedures. This allows for open communication between Dr. Sieber and his patients.
See the Difference in Breast Implants
With so many breast implant options on the market, it can be difficult to make a decision regarding size, shape, and material. With Vectra 3D imaging, you can visualize the difference in implants and try out different sizes and shapes to determine which one is best for you.
Contact our office for more information on Vectra 3D imaging and how you can benefit.