Vectra 3D Imaging for Breast Surgery

Using Vectra-3D Imaging to plan your Breast Surgery

Vectra 3D Imaging is offered by Coco Ruby Plastic Surgery and Dr Craig Rubinstein to give you a personalised look into your proposed breast enlargements.
It is a digital simulation device that aims to help you visualise your hopes and surgical expectations.
This advanced imaging system also helps answer questions including:

  • What might I look like?
  • Will implants suit me best?
  • What sized implants would be suitable?
  • How large should I go?

Dr Craig Rubinstein’s Views on Vectra 3D Imaging

Dr Craig Rubinstein, a Melbourne-based specialist plastic surgeon, says the technology gives a more realistic view of breast augmentation. ”This imaging device gives women a visual guide by placing a 3D image alongside the size of the implant you are considering,” says Dr Rubinstein. ”It gives our patients a better preview of their expected outcome. I guess it’s like a try-before-you buy.”

The Vectra 3D digital imaging system by Canfield shows the differences between each breast, including any shape and size asymmetry as well as any chest wall asymmetry.

Is Vectra 3D Imaging Useful?

“Let me stress that there is a lot to think long and hard about when it comes to cosmetic surgery.”

Dr Rubinstein says most patients are women aged between 20 and 40. The majority of his breast augmentation patients are young women with small breasts not in proportion to their figures and who are self-conscious about it. He also performs breast lifts and breast reductions for mothers having breasts that have become emptier’ and saggier after pregnancy. Breast Reductions, Tummy tucks or Mummy Makeovers are also popular to view in advance using this machine.

Typical Example of Vectra Breast Imaging

Vectra 3D Imaging


How does Vectra 3D imaging Work?


View from Above

Superimposed Images

Vectra Imaging to Compare Sizing Options

Please contact Dr.Rubinstein’s team to book a consultation or enquire about further information regarding plastic surgery procedures.