Automated Markerless Tracking

Dense image to image correspondence enables fine-scale 3D biomechanical analysis.

A quantitative approach to soft tissue change assessment that characterizes the degree of stretch, compression, lift, and volumization.

Encourage future treatments by showing patients their personal improvement results.

Confirm patient improvement with detailed evidence of treatment results.

Educate yourself and other clinicians through the review of patient outcomes.

Show your patients the exciting possibilities of their anticipated aesthetic procedures using their own image.

AUTOMATED STITCHING

Three facial captures are automatically stitched into one 3D image with VECTRA software.

EVALUATE CONTOURS WITHOUT COLOR DISTRACTION

Gray mode reveals contours, presenting opportunities for corrective procedures.

QUANTIFY SUBSURFACE SKIN CONDITIONS

Canfield's proprietary RBX® technology separates the unique color signatures of Red and Brown skin components for unequaled visualization of skin conditions.

VOLUME DIFFERENCE

Automatic volume difference measurement with one click. Visualize the degree of contour change with a color distance map.

MARKERLESS TRACKING

Automated Markerless Tracking provides a dynamic assessment of skin surface changes. Skin surfaces are automatically aligned, tracked and mapped.

AUTOMATED MEASUREMENTS

Some only possible with 3D technology, help your patients understand their current condition.

COMMUNICATE THE COMPLETE PLAN

Visualize your patient's hopes and expectations. Quickly arrive at a shared understanding of objectives.

CLOSE MORE COMPLEMENTARY PROCEDURES

Demonstrate the difference between the likely outcome with only one or multiple procedures. With Face Sculptor® you can explore the possibilities and help your patient decide on the best possible treatment plan.

PRINT THE DREAM

When you're finished, click the optional Print button to select what you wish to show on the printed report, including your practice information and selectable 2D views of pre-op and/or simulation.