The Vectra XT is a photographic system employed in the realization of 3D images of the body. Only 2 shots (one in front and one from the back to the device) allow the system software to reconstruct in 3D the entire body of the patient. The images are in HD and they allow an accurate analysis of the volume of the body and its surface. The rotation of the 3D image consents the identification of any sort of flaw and helps planning out possible treatments. Additionally, the software allows comparing the images (before and after the treatment) in order to see where the volumes have been adjusted and what superficial modifications have been applied.
TYPE OF ANESTHETIC PRACTICED IN THE USE OF THIS LASER