Breast Simulation - Overview

Axis Three for Breast Simulations : Overview

Axis Three's 3D Simulation Platform for Breast Simulations enables surgeons to visually communicate and collaborate on the outcomes of breast procedures by using the patients own image presented in photo-realistic 3D. Select implants from the major manufacturer catalogs, position the implant above or under the muscle, adjust for tissue elasticity with Tissue Behavior Simulation.

Axis Three's XS-300 scanner captures high quality, anatomically-accurate, 3D images of a patients torso in order to simulate breast surgery outcomes. Its simulation software is intuitive, straightforward, and easy to navigate.

Axis Three’s precise, easy-to-use 3D simulation tools generate anatomically accurate images using the patient’s own body characteristics. The result is improved efficiency of the consultation process and increased business revenues for your practice.


Dr Lawrence Gray -- Professional
Dr Lawrence N. Gray, New Hampshire, provides his detailed opinion on Axis Three, explaining how his volume of surgery increased by 20% while the national volume decreased by 12%.

Latest News

Leading 3D Surgical Simulator and Advanced Breast Implant Manufacturer Announce New Strategic Alliance
Axis Three (, a leader and pioneer of 3D surgical simulation tools for aesthetic consultations, today announced the signing of an agreement with Establishment Labs ( or, a manufacturer of aesthetic products which includes the Motiva Implant Matrix® range of breast implants. The deal provides for a global strategic partnership covering joint product marketing and proprietary software development. Establishment Labs believes that Axis Three’s 3D image capture and surgical simulation platforms will be important tools in leveraging growth in the aesthetic market for their products worldwide, both now and in the future.


"The Axis Three system has helped me communicate with my patients, allowing me to see their 'mind's eye' view of what they actually desire in breast augmentation. This visual communication helps guide not only the size of implants, but the type – high, medium, or low profile. This understanding helps provide patients what they want, and happy patient's make for a happy (and busy) practice. Not to mention the patient's also find it fun!"
Dr. Brian K. Dorner - Dublin, OH

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