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What 20% of Women Want and Only 1% Get

Wed, 05/30/2012 - 11:33am
Bio-Medicine.Org

NEW YORK, May 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- A dream that many women share is improved appearance through breast augmentation.  But while almost 20% have considered breast implants, only a small percentage of them ultimately realize that dream, often deterred by uncertainty over the outcome.   Now, technology from Canfield Imaging Systems helps them decide on the look they desire and connects them to a practice that will deliver on the promise of their dreams.  "This technology has created excitement for my patients," remarked Toronto plastic surgeon, Mitchell Brown M.D., "and it has enabled improved communications with them about potential surgical outcomes."

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Starting with SculptMyDream.com, a portal that opens into the world of realistic aesthetic simulation, patients can experience the possibilities of breast augmentation using Canfield's interactive 3D visualizations.  Here they can select a body type, experiment with cup sizes and even try on a "virtual" bikini top.  The simulation result, as well as an actual surgical outcome, can then be viewed from any angle.  A single click lets them share the experience with their friends and family.  Another click connects them to a plastic surgery practice where they can experience 3D simulation in person.

Behind this experience is the remarkable new Sculptor software and VECTRA® 3D imaging system for plastic surgery practices. With fast, high resolution 3D imaging plus powerful patient education and surgical planning tools, aesthetic consultations have never been so informative and productive. New features include virtual clothing, cup size estimations, automatic measurements an

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