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How does 3D Scanning work?

How does 3D Scanning work?

AxisThree 3D Simulations for Breast and Face Procedures

Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeons across the globe use Axis Three’s turnkey 3D Simulation platform to communicate with patients about aesthetic procedures — redefining the aesthetic consultation with more detailed information.

Axis Three’s XS-400 is the only 3D scanner with 4 imaging positions to capture every contour of a patient’s face or body and CCT technology, developed with Siemens, to capture millions of measurements and create a digital cast of the patient’s face or body.

Create your patient’s 3D model

Anatomically precise models are generated in seconds, using Color Coded Triangulation (CCTTM), a patented Siemens and Axis Three technology

3D Breast  Simulation  

Tissue Behaviour Simulation (TBS)

As we age our skin performs differently a breast implant in a 22 year old performs and looks different to someone in their 40s. AxisThree 3D scanning removes the guess work allowing for variation in skin elasticity so the implant looks and simulates according to the age of you


Royal Adelaide Hospital

North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000

(08) 8222 2009

Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Dr Keith Mutimer

206 New Street Brighton Victoria 3186

+61 3 9592 0522

Dr Mutimer has been a fully qualified specialist plastic surgeon for over 30 years and is based in Melbourne, Australia and performs a range of plastic and cosmetic surgery procedures for both men and women.

Dr David Gillett

Suite 1/136 Railway Street, Cottesloe WA 6011

+61 8 9284 4966

Dr David Gillett is a fully accredited Plastic and reconstructive surgeon based at the Ethicos Institute in Cottesloe Western Australia and specialises in aesthetic plastic surgery of the face and breast.


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