MCAN Health Plastic Surgeon Dr Cahit Vural has started to use the advanced VECTRA 3D imaging system to provide our patients with the most complete education possible regarding their plastic surgery procedures. MCAN Health Doctor Vural is among very few plastic surgeons in Turkey that provide 3D simulation to his patients.
Using this system, Dr Vural takes a three dimensional photograph of the patient prior to surgery. Then, using VECTRA’s software simulation tools, we can create 3D presentations of how you could look after surgery. This allows you the opportunity to preview various surgical options such as the implant size and shape, liposuction for different parts of the body, shape of your nose. By seeing 3D simulation on your body, you can decide on the procedure types that best suits your personal goals.
VECTRA 3D is used for breast augmentations, breast lifts, body contouring, rhinoplasty, chin augmentations and more. The entire process takes only a few minutes, and you will have the opportunity to review the results during your consultation. At that time you can request alternative simulations to be sure you are comfortable with the recommended surgical plan.
What to Expect
1. Your VECTRA 3D simulation experience begins with a picture session in the doctor’s office at your arrival day to Istanbul. This creates the starting point for your aesthetic consultation.
2. Using special simulation software on your 3D picture, your doctor will show you the possible results of the aesthetic procedures you already determined before. You will be able to experiment with different looks until you find the one you want.
3. Once you have decided on the appearance you want, this simulation will provide a basis for your surgical plan. As you have already seen the result, you can be confident in the outcome of the procedure.
4. Next day you will go to the hospital for your surgery by knowing the expected result from your plastic surgery.
MCAN Health is proud to present the latest technology to its patients for their plastic surgeries not only during the surgery but also during the consultation.