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Suite 8, Level 2, 3 Hopetoun Street, Charlestown, NSW 2290

Vectra 3D imaging

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What will I look like afterwards?

This is the most frequent question our patients ask us as often it is hard to picture the final result. We can show photos of other patients, but what will it look like on you?

That why Hunter Plastic Surgery invested in the Vectra 3D imaging system from Canfield, the world’s leading developer of specialised medical photographic systems.

First, we take a 3D image of you in a private room, which is quick and easy as it’s just like having your photo taken, except in 3D using a camera that works from different angles. Then, we use computer software to create life-like models of how your ‘new’ breasts could actually look on you, viewed from any angle. Primarily we use this technology for breast augmentation and reduction.

Using the Vectra system, we can help you make the critical decisions with Dr Moncrieff from the experience of having seen it on yourself already.

Vectra information sessions

For breast augmentations and reductions, we offer Vectra information sessions with our Patient Manager, Jessica Laing, for $50 which can be rebated against a consultation with Dr Moncrieff if you wish to proceed.

Call us on 4920 7700 to make an appointment or use the contact form below.


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Dr Nicholas Moncrieff

“Vectra is a great tool for helping patients understand what is possible. I encourage any woman who is considering a breast augmentation in particular to book a $50 Vectra consultation with my Patient Manager Jessica to explore what is possible. That way you get to 'try before you buy' before you commit your time and money to a full consultation.”

Dr Gary Avery

“A great use of Vectra is to explore the possibilities for nose surgery. I work with Vectra 3D images with our rhinoplasty patients and it helps to make sure we are on the same page in terms of the end goal and understanding what is achievable with surgery.”