Vectra 3D Imaging for Breast Augmentation
The most common question we hear from women considering breast augmentation at our Raleigh practice is, “What will I look like after surgery?” Dr. Glenn M. Davis, Dr. Jeremy Pyle, and Dr. Benjamin Wood utilize Vectra 3D imaging to answer that question and show you the results you can achieve in real time during your consultation.
Please request a consultation today to learn more about achieving your ideal beauty and selecting the right breast implants for your aesthetic goals.
How 3D Imaging Works
Vectra 3D imaging technology is the newest technology for women considering breast enhancements. This exciting technology takes a 3D image of your body so you can actually see what you could look like after a breast augmentation procedure. Quite simply, it takes a lot of the speculation and guesswork out of breast augmentation procedures at our practice.
You can rest easy knowing that you have a clear picture of the breast augmentation results that are possible and that you have been able to discuss your vision with your doctor. We’ve found that the 3D imaging process is particularly important because most women think of breast size in terms of cup size. However, the breast implants themselves are actually measured by volume.
How It Benefits You
“Vectra 3D imaging enables me to create images of what patients could look like after a procedure,” says Dr. Davis. “Once one of my patients looks at the potential results, she is able to give feedback and comment about what she likes and what she still has concerns about. The back and forth discussion helps my patients visualize how they may look after surgery and helps avoid differing expectations.”
Vectra 3D images can be viewed from all angles, including side-by-side and translucent overlays, allowing our patients a “virtual try on” of many different options before deciding what is right for them. “Many of our breast augmentation patients here in Raleigh have difficulty selecting the look they prefer. Oftentimes they will bring in pictures that are unrealistic for their own body type. Vectra 3D imaging can alleviate this concern for patients by providing a digital, interactive 3D image of their expected results,” adds Dr. Davis. “Breast implant size and shape can be changed in real time on the screen, giving our patients a much better sense of what augmentation can achieve.”
Through Dr. Davis’, Dr. Pyle’s, and Dr. Wood’s expertise and vast experience using Vectra 3D technology, our practice has found that Vectra 3D simulations have proven to accurately portray what a patient can expect from their surgical outcome.
Dr. Davis, Dr. Pyle, and Dr. Wood have helped women from all over North Carolina, including Durham and Chapel Hill, choose breast implants for a satisfying breast enlargement result. Request a consultation online if you’re ready to experience the difference that incorporating 3D imaging technology can make, or call us today at 919-785-1220.