Who can use advanced 3D medical imaging?
We see the world in three dimensions, so our brains are naturally involved in 3D imaging. In healthcare, advanced 3D medical Aesthetic imaging systems provide accurate information to professionals and offer patients a new way to fully understand the implications of procedures.
Cutting-edge technology for healthcare professionals
The production of highly accurate data is a major advantage of 3D imaging systems in medical procedures. An accurate morphological analysis is an essential step in establishing a diagnosis and developing a treatment plan. Using 360° measurements, advanced 3D imaging systems provide a detailed view of the body in a single consultation. Professionals can access multiple angles and resolutions for better understanding. Then, these powerful simulations can visualize the desired results of interventions in a realistic volumetric approach. Particularly relevant in the post-intervention context, 3D imaging systems detect and track even small changes, helping professionals evaluate improvements. Healthcare professionals use advanced 3D imaging systems to enrich their analysis throughout the intervention.
An advanced tool to improve communication with patients
The ability to anticipate the results of an operation or procedure is an essential feature of advanced 3D medical imaging systems. Planned medical interventions can be stressful and projecting into the future can be difficult for patients. The volumetric approach provides a 3D representation of the patient’s body with simulations of expected outcomes. These images reassure and help patients in their decision making. Even when patients have already made their decision, 3D simulations are valuable to show all the possibilities. Even during post-procedural follow-up, advanced 3D imaging tools seem to be of great interest to objectify the results and to quantify progress (i.e. the evolution of the healing process). Advanced 3D medical imaging improves the dialogue between healthcare professionals and patients, leading to better patient satisfaction.