Exclusive 3D imaging at Manchester’s leading plastic surgery practice
When considering any type of plastic surgery it is absolutely imperative that you seek good advice and accurate information before you make any decisions.
We are the only plastic surgery practice in the UK to offer in–house 3D imaging of the face and body, as an integral part of the practice. Using state-of-the-art technology we can produce highly accurate images, which enable you to visualise what you will look like if you decide to go ahead with your plastic surgery procedure.
Because the images are based on your actual body and the proposed surgical approach, they can help you make decisions about the extent of your plastic surgery before your operation, by being able to visualise the area from every angle but also, in certain cases, to alter the image and produce realistic simulations of what you will look like post-operatively. This is particularly helpful, for example, when deciding on the size, shape and positioning of breast implants or deciding on the exact changes you want from your rhinoplasty procedure.
We are the first plastic surgery practice in the UK to offer this full 3D imaging – a service which supports our approach to ensure all patients are equipped with the best possible information to help them make the right decisions.
“If you cannot measure it, you cannot improve it” - Lord Kelvin 1824-1907
“Not having access to 3D imaging would be like an orthopaedic surgeon not having access to X-rays, or a cardiologist not having an ECG. Whilst it’s not necessary for every patient, for me, it’s a tool to provide objectivity that cannot be achieved with standard photographs.” – James Murphy
Helping you make the right decisions
James Murphy is a full-time BAAPS-registered Plastic Surgeon in Manchester. This means he concentrates solely on private plastic surgery, carrying out hundreds of face and body plastic surgery procedures a year. Mr Murphy has more than 15 years’ experience as a Plastic Surgeon in both the NHS and in private practice.
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