VECTRA XT-3D

Latest 3D Technology Infiltrates the Plastic Surgery Industry
Newport Beach, Calif. Based Dr. Tenley Lawton Now Offers New Imaging System

Newport Beach, Calif. –Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Dr. Tenley Lawton has welcomed the latest technology to her practice. The VECTRA XT-3D is the most advanced system todemonstrate a visual representation of post-surgery results. From Rhinoplasty, Chin Augmentation, Injectables, Lifts, Facial Contouring, Tummy Tucks, Breast Augmentation and more, the system takes high-definition photography of a patient and then allows Dr. Lawton to adjust the photo and showcase a representation of the final results.

VECTRA XT-3D is the most advanced imaging system available and provides a real- time guide through an informed consultation. The system offers side-by-side views of before/after, automated breast measurements for discussion of planning and asymmetry, virtual clothing module for a lifestyle view of the outcome, and implant volume adjustment allowing fine-tuning a patient’s goals.

“I have been reluctant in the past to introduce an imaging software in my practice as frankly many have not been an accurate portrayal of the results. VECTRA is the first imaging system of its kind. It allows me to work with my patients and customize the procedure together to ensure optimal results,” says Dr. Lawton.

About Dr. Tenley Lawton
Located in Newport Beach, Calif., Dr. Lawton is a board-certified plastic surgeon specializing in an array of services including liposuction, breast augmentation, rhinoplasty, and face lift procedures. Renowned in Orange County for her expertise in cosmetic surgery, Dr. Lawton is an active speaker locally and nationally, sharing her experience in plastic and reconstructive surgery. For more information on Dr. Lawton, please visit www.lawtonmd.com. To schedule a consultation with Dr. Lawton and to learn more about facelifts or other procedures, please contact 949-640-0999.

 

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