Nowadays, too small breasts (called “breast hypotrophy”) can be the source of certain complexes. This breast hypotrophy is characterised by breasts that are too small in relation to the general morphology, or even by a total lack of breast volume. This lack of volume can be pre-existing or may arise, for example, after pregnancy and breastfeeding.
This too small volume, or considered as such, does not cause physical discomfort, but can lead to complexes or reduced self-confidence. The most common treatment for breast hypotrophy is the placement of implants (“breast augmentation”) with our without additional fat injection (“lipofilling”). The Crisalix 4D simulation system allows you to better estimate the final result of your breast augmentation surgery.
Breast augmentation consists of modifying the size and shape of the breasts by placing implants, using silicone or a physiological serum or, in some cases, by injecting the patient’s own fat (“lipofilling”, usually in addition to implants). Each patient has a unique goal, whether it is, for example, to achieve a natural and subtle result or a more spectacular décolletage. Our team will help you to determine which type of implant will be most suitable and best meet your expectations.
The Crisalix 4D simulation allows you to scan your bust in three dimensions. The implant chosen with the help of the surgeon is then virtually added to the image in order to simulate the result in 3 dimensions. This allows a better choice of the volume and shape of the implant (for example, round or anatomical breast implant). Thanks to the latest advances in artificial intelligence, you can even visualise the result in 4 dimensions, on a screen, as if you were looking at yourself in a mirror.