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Patti Flint MD, A Top Female Plastic Surgeon in the Southwest, Is Proud To Offer Cutting-Edge 3D Crisalix Technology to Patients When Selecting Breast Implants
Date:4/22/2013

ng traditional methods, such as photos of other patients that do not represent the patient’s own anatomy.

This breakthrough technology, now offered by Dr. Flint, increases patient education, understanding and interaction, to further optimize in-consultation and post-procedure satisfaction.

What do patients and the world’s top plastic surgeons say about Crisalix?

A recent study carried out in Switzerland on patients who had breast augmentation between 2011 and 2012 and who saw Crisalix 3D simulations of their new body during pre-surgery consultations showed that 87.5% felt Crisalix allowed them to express their desires and expectations and all were either satisfied or very satisfied with the 3D images.

“This is a fantastic revolution for the patient as well as for the surgeon. For the patient, there is nothing like seeing simulations of her own body. This technology should help all surgeons, from novice to advanced, in establishing realistic patient expectations and improving results. "
Prof. Jan Poell, Plastic Surgeon, Former President of the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

Crisalix’s technology recommended by the world’s leading federation in this field

IPRAS, the leading international federation for Plastic Surgery, recommends Crisalix (http://www.crisalix.com) for the significant progress its 3D simulation technology brings to the entire medical community, along with its contribution to patient education and a more informed decision-making process. Patients using Crisalix have demonstrated much higher levels of satisfaction, corresponding directly to IPRAS’ objectives in improving the care and treatment of every patient seeking plastic surgery.

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