4D Augmented Reality Imaging for Breast Augmentation

First Clinic in the UK to Launch 4D Augmented Reality Imaging for Breast Augmentation

Monday, June 4, 2018

We are very proud to be the first clinic in the UK to launch the revolutionary Crisalix 4D Augmented Reality imaging for aesthetic and reconstructive breast procedures.

The 4D simulation process involves a full body scan to generate a 3D view of the breasts. The patient will then be able to see herself in real time projected onto a mirror screen with augmented or adjusted breast size and shape, observing movement and anatomical suitability.

This groundbreaking new technology will enable patients to experience various sizes and shapes of breast implants, observing how the new breasts will move with the body, in real time, before proceeding with surgery. Whether opting for a breast lift, reduction or reconstruction, Crisalix 4D demonstrates a virtual reality view of the full body, giving confidence to patients to make the best decision to help achieve their aesthetic goals.

We are always at the forefront of new surgical innovations and patient experience to enable the very best patient outcomes. We are delighted that all of our surgeons will now offer this new 4D technique to breast surgery patients, to help with surgical planning and optimise patient results.

The launch of the Crisalix 4D is another of many firsts for the Cadogan Clinic. Our founder Mr Bryan Mayou is famed for introducing liposuction to the UK as well as pioneering many surgical techniques and introducing them to the global industry. This dramatic real time imaging is another revolutionary first.

To find out more and to book a consultation please contact us.

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