Computer Imaging for Plastic Surgery in Lexington, KY
Using Computer Imaging to See Results Before They Happen
Computer imaging is one of the most important tools that we, as plastic surgeons, have. It allows our staff to show you what the procedure you are asking for will result in. This means that by using computer imaging, we are letting you glimpse the possible future you!
What Are the Advantages of Computer Imaging?
By using a computer imager during initial consultations, both the client and surgeon can visually see what the end result of the requested procedure might be. They can then discuss what the client wants and develop a plan to get from the starting point to the desired end.
How Does Computer Imaging work?
In computer imaging, we obtain a digital image of the patient’s anatomy to be changed. The nurse modifies and manipulates the body’s features to show the expected result of a prospective surgical procedure.
How Long Does Computer Imaging in Take?
When imaging first came out it was a lengthy process, but now that computer processor speeds have increased and memory sizes have expanded, it is a very quick process. The actual imaging takes less than ten minutes, and we can build the profile with your assistance. Once the profile is complete, the surgeon will begin your consult.
Will I Look Like My Computer Image?
When imaging first started, this was a major concern for most patients. They were not convinced that the image that was given to them onscreen would be the real-world results. We now have thousands of before and after images from people who have used computer imaging and the success rate is phenomenal. One look into our database will assure you that what you see is what you get, when you contract with us for a computer imaging and plastic surgery package.
If you want to learn more or have any questions about Computer Imaging procedures, contact us at 859-274-4201. We are happy to answer any questions that you may have and help you schedule a consultation. Dowden Plastic Surgery serves patients throughout Lexington, Georgetown, and the surrounding areas of Kentucky.