Until very recently, one of the biggest challenges faced by cosmetic surgery patients was trying to make important decisions about their procedure without the ability to truly envision the results of their plastic surgery.
Thousand Oaks and Westlake Village patients of Dr. Kouros Azar can easily overcome that obstacle thanks to Vectra 3D imaging from Canfield Imaging Systems. Dr. Azar offers this state-of-the-art technology to help his patients make confident choices in their breast and face procedures.
If you’re curious about how plastic surgery can benefit you, request a consultation with Dr. Azar to discuss the possibilities. Or you can call our office at (805) 373-7073 and one of our knowledgeable, friendly staff members will schedule your appointment.
The Results You Want
This innovative imaging system takes the guesswork out of plastic surgery and some non-surgical procedures. Dr. Azar uses this platform to guide patients when designing their plans for:
How It Works
Dr. Azar will begin your patient imaging experience with a photo session in his office. Using multiple cameras, the system takes a number of pictures simultaneously from several different points of view. In just a few seconds, the system captures images of you that will form your 3D model.
Using special simulation software on your 3D picture, Dr. Azar will present you with possible results of your procedure, and the two of you can experiment with different outcomes until you determine the look that you want.
Why Dr. Azar?
Dr. Azar is committed to offering his patients every advantage for their cosmetic procedures. By investing in this technology and using it to its full capabilities, he is able to truly customize each procedure and create highly personalized results.
Dr. Azar uses the simulation in determining certain aspects of your treatment plan, such as incision pattern, implant specifications, or quantity and placement of filler injections. Most patients find that seeing a preview of their results resolves anxiety and enhances their excitement about the procedure.