Crisalix

Wondering how you will look like after surgery?

AR Plastic Surgery use Crisalix, a revolutionary 4D imaging technology that allows patients to answer the common question “how will I look after the procedure?”. This technology will show both the patient and the surgeon realistic, colour images of their bodies post-procedure.

The purpose of Crisalix is to allow patients to see, in real time, the results of surgery, before undergoing a specific surgical procedure.  It simulates the appearance of aesthetic procedures through the use of a unique 3D web-based solution, simply by uploading an image of the desired surgical area. Crisalix is the leading virtual reality 4D & 3D imaging solution chosen by plastic surgeons across Australia, and around the world.

The 3D images are included in the price of AR Plastic Surgery’s consultation, which may vary according to your chosen surgical procedure. Patients will be given the option to utilise Crisalix for face, body and breast procedures, where they will be able to simulate the appearance of each area according to their surgical preferences. During your consultation with Dr Cheng, he will discuss the surgical options that are available, before a decision to progress with treatment is made.

During the initial consultation, patients will also be able to view the 3D images through a VR Headset while in the practice. Patients will also be able to access the images on a computer or mobile device while at home after the initial consultation.

Patients will receive up to three different outcomes after their consultation with Dr Cheng. If you are not pleased with your outcomes, we will continue to work with you until you reach your desired results.

See what you will look like after surgery, before surgery

Are you unsure of the difference between 300cc and 400cc breast implants? Do you want a natural result from your brow lift? Wondering what your tummy will look like after a tummy tuck?

Online 3d simulations by Crisalix

Contact our experienced team today and experience virtual reality for surgery.

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.
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