This website will let you 'try' on a face before you get plastic surgery
For anyone considering cosmetic surgery, it's always a risk not knowing exactly what you will looking like post-operation. And normally, doctors have employed the help of Photoshop and other computer programs to show patients a two-dimensional "after" photo. However, one surgeon has taken idea to.
Meet Carrie Stern, a New York plastic surgeon is using 3D printing to make a three-dimensional models of proposed surgical alterations. The models will help people get an idea of what their new face would look like at every angle. With the help of her company MirrorMe3D, anyone can now "try" on a new face before they go under the knife.
Say you just want a 3D version of your face (or any other body part) sans the surgery? That's doable too. The website now has an option for you to buy a printed model to be delivered straight to your front door.
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