See your results before the surgery with Crisalix
Unsure about whether to get 300cc or 400cc implants? Although before and after photos can help you make the decision, your body is unique and what looks great on someone else, may not suit your frame. Thanks to the advanced technology from Crisalix, you can now see what your results will look like before the operation.
How does Crisalix 3D imagery work?
The process of using Crisalix’s software to try on your new look can be done during your initial consultation. Dr Doyle will use a special camera to capture the treated area and then upload it into Crisalix’s imaging software which will then create a 3D image of you. From here Dr Doyle will program the software with the specifics of your procedure. The software will then be able to show you the results of your procedure on your very own 3D model of yourself.
Crisalix can simulate
Now you can preview the results of your desired cosmetic surgery with the Crisalix 3D simulation technology before your surgery.
Is Crisalix 3D Simulation Reliable?
If you are planning to undergo cosmetic surgery but are uncertain about how will you look after the procedure, then the Crisalix 3D simulation system can benefit you. This state-of-the-art technology provides you and your surgeon the opportunity to virtually see your breast augmentation or facial implant results in an instant. But is Crisalix 3D simulation really reliable in predicting the outcome of your cosmetic procedure?
What is the Crisalix 3D Simulation System?
The Crisalix 3D simulation system answers the question “how will you look after your surgery?” Just like you try on a new clothing to see how they look on you, this innovative technology gives you and your surgeon a preview of your actual cosmetic results. Whether it’s invasive or non-invasive surgical procedure, the Crisalix 3D simulation system can generate 3D views portraying accurate before-and-after images of a body part that you want to enhance in just a few minutes, which can ultimately improve your confidence and satisfaction.
How does the Crisalix 3D Simulation System Work for Breast Surgery Simulation?
During your consultation, Dr Doyle will take 3 pictures of you with a crisalix device: front view, and left and right side. Once the pictures are obtained, he will upload them to the Crisalix 3D simulation system application. The system will then create a 3D image of the body part that you want to enhance, which are available in multiple angles. Based on these images, your surgeon will make necessary adjustments such as increasing breast implant size or choosing a specific type of implant to enhance the appearance of your breast images. During this time, you have the opportunity to preview the actual results of your desired surgical procedure and make necessary suggestions to your surgeon regarding which changes to make to satisfy your cosmetic needs.
If you have a hectic schedule, you can also use the Crisalix 3D simulation system. All you need to do is take three photographs of your torso area using your mobile phone and upload it online to your Crisalix account. The Crisalix home system will then provide you with before-and-after 3D images of the body part that you want to enhance.
How Accurate is the Crisalix 3D Simulation System?
There’s a good deal of clinical evidence supporting the accuracy and reliability of the Crisalix 3D simulation system in predicting the clinical outcome of a certain surgical procedure. In a 2017 study of patients who had bilateral breast augmentation, researchers found a similarity between the 3D simulation with the Crisalix software and 6-month post-operative images for overall appearance.  This includes a similarity in breast projection, breast volume, breast height, breast width, and nipple correction.
In a 2020 study of patients who had direct-to-implant (DTI) breast reconstruction, researchers reported that the use of the Crisalix 3D simulation system showed better prediction performance than that of using the mastectomy specimen weight in predicting the ideal breast implant size. 
Is Crisalix 3D Simulation System Safe?
The Crisalix 3D simulation system is very safe for all patients because it is a non-invasive procedure. It only requires 3 photos of you that need to be uploaded in the Crisalix software. Your surgeon will then run the system to create 3D images of what you will look like after your surgical procedure. In just a few minutes, you will get a preview of your aesthetic results.
What are the advantages of the Crisalix 3D Simulation System?
This state-of-the-art technology offers the following advantages:
- It allows Dr Doyle to make necessary adjustments to his surgical approach.
- It can provide you with a preview of the cosmetic results of one or combined procedures.
- It eliminates the need for the traditional use of before-and-after photos of patients for comparison.
- It gives you a preview of your cosmetic results in just a few minutes.
- It gives you the opportunity to change your decision based on the preview of your cosmetic results.
- It has a high level of accuracy in predicting cosmetic results.
- It has no downtime and no associated discomforts.
- It is non-invasive and is very safe.
- There are no risks associated with the procedure.
- There are no required specific preparations for the procedure.
- You can use the software in the comfort of your home.
Undergoing cosmetic surgery is an extremely personal decision. If you have concerns about the results of your desired procedure, our highly trained and professional surgeons can give you a preview of your cosmetic results using the Crisalix 3D simulation system. Schedule a consultation now or send in an enquiry form below.
Further Reading – Crisalix Medical References:
- Accuracy of 3D Simulator – Kwong Article
Time to “try on” your new look – Phone for a Crisalix Imaging Consultation
If you would like to see the results Crisalix can produce for yourself, we encourage you to book a consultation with Dr Doyle. During this time, he will also be able to answer any questions about the procedure and guide you through your treatment process.