What if you could see your physical transformation before it actually happens? Have you wondered what you would look like with smaller or larger breasts? Or, with a nose job or chin wondered what you would look like with smaller or larger breasts? Or, with a nose job or chin reduction? Good news- the technology we have always wanted is finally here! Crisalix, a 3D simulator, allows you to see yourself before and after plastic surgery. You can now visualize your dream of any aesthetic and plastic procedure based on standard 2D photos. Dallas Plastic Surgeon Dr. John Burns, explains “Through uploading photos, we can now simulate the outcome of any procedure for our patients- whether it be rhinoplasty, breast augmentations, or even Botox injections.”
What are the features of Crisalix?
This is the first web-based 3D simulator for plastic surgeries and aesthetic procedures that are used by doctors in over 100 countries and recommended by several plastic surgery societies.
The New You in 3D
Crisalix helps patients discover how they can look after a cosmetic procedure and what their outcome will look like in more accurate 3D detail.
Committed to Your Privacy
Crisalix is committed to protecting your privacy at all times. With the use of fully encrypted servers, your information remains secure and private.
What can Crisalix be used for?
Wondering about cup sizes, volumes and shapes? Choose from a broad range of sizes, implant types and surgery techniques.
Discovering what you would look like with rhinoplasty, Botox, and fat injections are all possible with Crisalix.
Call Dr. John Burns to discover a new you with Crisalix. Balance the desire to look one’s best with that pressure to look perfect. Dr. John Burns is a Dallas Plastic Surgeon and Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. Dr. Burns is a member of the prestigious Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute. To schedule a consultation with Dr. Burns, click on his profile or call his office at 214-515-0002. Dr. Burns has been named Top10MD for three years – an honor only 1-in-3 doctors succeeds with in the United States.