ATLANTA, March 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- At the 28th Annual Atlanta Breast Surgery Symposium, speakers included some of the most prominent names in aesthetic medicine. And this year, 9 of the 11 speakers at the Breast Augmentation Forum had one thing in common; their practices rely on 3D photography for patient consultations. These leading surgeons represent the vanguard of the growing numbers that have made VECTRA® 3D aesthetic simulation the gold standard for patient consultations.
The most important question for women considering breast augmentation is "What will I look like after surgery?" Only 1 in 20 women who consider breast augmentation actually get the procedure, largely because the outcome has been clouded in uncertainty. By using VECTRA's high definition 3D photography and powerful aesthetic simulation tools, plastic surgeons worldwide have helped tens of thousands of women make this important decision.
And now, VECTRA 3D simulation comes to home computers and tablets with Canfield's interactive website, SculptMyDream.com. Here women can select a body type like their own, experiment with cup sizes, and view the result from any angle. They can also connect with a board certified plastic surgeon in their area to experience VECTRA 3D simulation in person, eMail their simulation results to a friend and view actual patient videos on line.
To learn more about the VECTRA 3D experience, visit www.SculptMyDream.com.
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Canfield Imaging Systems is a division of Canfield Scientific, Inc., the global leader in imaging systems services and products for scientific research and healthcare applications. Canfield Scientific, Inc serves the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, cosmetics, medical and skincare industries.
Canfield Imaging Systems utilizes the many years of experience and product breakthroughs of its parent company's clinical research services, and tailors their products to the unique requirements of direct patient care in healthcare and wellness environments.
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