What Will My Breasts Really Look Like After Breast Augmentation Surgery?

If you’re interested in undergoing breast augmentation surgery, you’ve certainly given a lot of thought about how this procedure can change your appearance.  However, you’re not exactly sure how it’s going to change your appearance.  You may know what cup size you want, but how do you know how that cup size is going to look on your body?  How can you be 100% confident you’ll love your new breasts?

At Pittman Plastic Surgery in Athens, GA, board certified plastic surgeons Dr. Ed Pittman and Dr. Liana Lugo use Vectra 3D technology to help take the guesswork out of what you’ll look like after breast augmentation surgery.  Vectra 3D technology works by using the following steps:

  1. Vectra 3D software takes a photo of your body, including your current breasts. In doing so precise measurements are taken of your body.
  2. The Vectra software takes precise measurements of your body, including your breasts and then recommends several implants styles and sizes specifically for you.
  3. Utilizing the software, our physicians can then show you a virtual image of how each of those implants will actually look in your body.

As Vectra 3D technology boasts 98.5% accuracy of what you’ll look like after surgery, you can be confident that your image is as realistic as possible. In fact, it’s like getting a glimpse into the future!

All breast augmentation consultations include Vectra 3D imagery to help patients pick the implant size that best works for their body type.

If you’re considering undergoing breast augmentation surgery, schedule your consultation with board certified plastic surgeons Dr. Ed Pittman or Dr. Liana Lugo at Pittman Plastic Surgery in Athens, GA.  Pittman Plastic Surgery is a full practice plastic surgery center that serves the greater Athens metro area.

By |2017-08-28T14:36:10+00:00August 28th, 2017|Breasts, Breast Augmentation, Vectra 3D|0 Comments
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