FAQ's

Axis Three’s Portrait 3D Surgical Simulation Platform enables surgeons to visually communicate and collaborate on the outcomes of cosmetic surgical procedures by using the patient’s own image presented in photo-realistic 3D.
How does Axis Three work?
How do I view my results?
How soon will I be able to see my scan results?
Can I try on different implant types?
How do I find a surgeon who offers Axis Three?

How does Axis Three work?

During the consultation with your surgeon or a member of his or her staff, Axis Three captures a 3D image of your own body or face. Then, your surgeon shows you how you will look after surgery. With the breast augmentation, you can "try on" different implant sizes and types and view them from any angle. With facial procedures, your surgeon will show you how fine tuning one area of your face will change your profile

How do I view my results?

Your surgeon or patient coordinator will show you the simulation on a computer monitor which can be rotated and viewed from any angle.

How soon will I be able to see my scan results?

The entire process takes just minutes from scan to simulation.

Can I try on different implant types?

Absolutely! You can try on different implant sizes and or see the difference between saline and silicone, or how adjustments to the implant position change the result. Different simulations can be stored and compared side by side and viewed from any angle.

How do I find a surgeon who offers Axis Three?

Visit our surgeon locator to find a surgeon near you who offers Axis Three, or call your preferred surgeon and ask if or she has access to or is considering Axis Three for the practice.