PRLog (Press Release)
- May 9, 2011 -
CRISALIX REVOLUTIONIZES BREAST AUGMENTATION SURGERY: THE FIRST 3D VIRTUAL CLOTHES WARDROBE
For the first time in plastic surgery history, patients seeking breast augmentation can visualize their new bodies in 3D, dressed for any occasion. e-Stetix 3D Mammo introduces a new version of its post-procedure simulation technology integrating their one-and-only 3D virtual clothes simulator (http://www.crisalix.com
Crisalix, the inventor of the first 3D physical simulator for breast augmentation (http://www.crisalix.com/en/products
), launches their new “wardrobe”
feature, taking patient consultation to yet a new level. Every patient considering breast augmentation wants to know how she will look, nude or dressed, out for the evening or in for the night. Only e-Stetix’s 3D Mammo simulation program now satisfies every patient’s desire to know how she will look in her favorite clothes; from a simple sweater to that décolleté or bikini that she never dared to wear before. She’ll now be better able to imagine how she’ll look after her plastic surgery, in clothes for any occasion. e-Stetix’s wardrobe feature lets her easily see herself in her new life with a trendy decolleté for a dinner party with friends, a revealing bikini for her beach holiday, or a chic office ensemble.
Crisalix developed the world’s first 3D simulator based on physical properties applied to plastic, aesthetic and reconstructive surgery. e-Stetix is a unique state-of-the-
art solution resulting from extensive research conducted at the Institute of Surgical Technology and Biomechanics of the University of Bern and the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland, two of the world’s renowned university R&D centers for surgical technology, biomechanics, 3D and information technology. e-Stetix’s tissue elastic model (TEM) accurately reconstructs the patient’s own body, from the inside out, in 3D,using volumetric slices called “voxels” that integrate properties of the muscle, skin, fat and glandular parts of the body at a level of detail never achieved until now. Using the latest technologies and employing sophisticated scientific calculations on high performance supercomputers based in Swiss data centers, every patient can see unlimited and instantaneous 3D breast implant simulations of her new body online during the consultation.
"Unlike anything currently available, including computer imaging, this technology allows the patient to visualize their own changed body."
Foad Nahai, MD, Past President of ISAPS-International Society for Aesthetic Pla
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Crisalix is the inventor of e-Stetix, the first web-based 3D preview technology for plastic surgery based on physical properties of the body. As a pioneer in its field, Crisalix has developed a system for reconstructing the patient's body in 3D from 2D images