Crisalix 3 D Imaging enhances our Breast Augmentation Consultations

“The Crisalix 3D imaging system enhance our breast augmentation consultations” states Birmingham, Alabama plastic surgeon Michael S. Beckenstein, M.D. ” it provides an incredible view of what a patient’s breast surgery result should look like. it is the closest visual we can provide.

The Crisalix system utilizes body scan images and can simulate a woman’s torso with various breast implants chosen. Through 3 D imaging a patient can see several views and compare her current appearance with those with implants. A comparison between implants can be made to assist in choosing the right size for her.

This system also uses VR 4D technology so a patient can see herself with implants in from the perspective of viewing in a mirror. What is more impressive is that the patient can look down towards her feet and see her breasts with implants present! It is an amazing visualization. ” it is fun watching women do this for the first time and watch their faces     expressions. They always look down , point and even try to feel them!” states Dr. Beckenstein. ” This technology enhances our patient experience, making it more fun, but more importantly allows them to see what they should look like which gives them a basis to make sound decisions. This system also provides me with excellent information to make decisions on revision procedures to assist in choosing implant sizes and shapes. This has been an invaluable asset and has improved outcomes in challenging cases.

” This Crisalix system is not just for breast augmentation, it can simulate all breast surgeries including breast reductions, breast lift Birmingham, augmentation with lifts, and secondary surgeries. You can even show where the scars will be located.” according to Dr. Beckenstein. ” We use it more and more for our new patients and see how well received it is.

If you are considering a Birmingham breast enlargement, visit us at or call us at 205-933-9308 or 1-866-MSBMD77.

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