Breast Augmentation Patients Can Now See Their New Body Before the Procedure With Accuracy and Quality of 3D Images Never Achieved Until Today

Crisalix, the first web-based 3D simulator using standard 2D photos, launches its new version, bringing the latest 3D technology used in box office hits, to help patients considering breast augmentation see their new body at an unparalleled level of detail. [Crisalix]

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It comforted me to see the final result before the operation. I was much more serene and at ease, thanks to (Crisalix)

Lausanne, Switzerland (PRWEB) August 21, 2012

A new generation of 3D simulations

Any breast augmentation patient undeniably deserves the best treatment possible by being shown what their new body could look like before they go for surgery. Crisalix offers patients 3D images of superior accuracy by integrating the latest advancements in 3D technology, similarly to what is used for box office motion picture animations as well as sophisticated 3D architectural visualizations and video games.

Crisalix’s new simulator introduces state-of-the-art scientific algorithms which go to a level of detail and depth of perception never achieved till now. The shape of the implant in the body can be reproduced with exceptional precision, thereby enabling patients to clearly express their desires and expectations and communicate more efficiently with the physician.

Crisalix’s approach for creating the 3D image has been extended to the body’s back and upper arms, to recreate in 3D these parts of the anatomy. In addition, the replication of the patient’s skin in the 3D images has been significantly enhanced, faithfully reproducing the precise skin texture and color.

Crisalix carries out the first worldwide Beta Testing of its kind
To intensely test and validate Crisalix’s performance with various patient profiles and physicians, it conducted the first worldwide beta testing of its kind for web-based 3D imaging using standard 2D photos. This study was conducted with prominent clinics, acclaimed university professors, recognized key opinion leaders, board members, founders and presidents of associations, and an amalgamation of a number of highly distinguished surgeons from every continent.

About Crisalix
Crisalix has invented the first web-based 3D simulator for aesthetic procedures and plastic surgery which only requires 3 standard digital photos. By bringing together the latest advancements in surgical and aesthetic technology, 3D and information technology, Crisalix provides an answer to the first and foremost question aesthetic patients around the world ask their physician: “how could I look after the procedure?”

As well as offering a highly intuitive and easy-to-use ‘software as a service’, Crisalix includes innovative features such as the world’s first 3D Virtual Wardrobe, enabling breast augmentation patients to visualize their new body dressed for any occasion, from a simple sweater to that décolleté or bikini that they never dared to wear before. Crisalix has also launched the unique iPad app which assists physicians in offering patients a whole new level of interactivity during the consultation.

Crisalix has been recommended by The International Confederation for Plastic, Reconstructive, and Aesthetic Surgery (IPRAS) for its contribution to improving the care and treatment of patients around the world seeking aesthetic procedures.

Further information
Patients interested in breast augmentation or aesthetic procedures should schedule a consultation by finding their nearest physician offering Crisalix simulations using the Sublimma directory.

Physicians interested in incorporating Crisalix 3D simulations in their aesthetic consultations should contact a Crisalix product specialist via email or Live Chat on the following contact page: http://www.crisalix.com/en/contact

Press contacts: Nandan Sampatkumar
Tel: (00 41) 21 693 90 01
Email: press(at)crisalix(dot)com
Website: http://www.crisalix.com


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