Support in consultation process
Provide photo documentation
Manage patient expectations
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LifeViz® Infinity Pro for Face, Body & Breast
LifeViz® Mini Pro for Face
Capture high quality images
What our customers say
I feel that QuantifiCare has a real talent for building on their expertise and innovation.
The LifeViz® Mini Classic has been an invaluable addition to my practice, but I am ready to upgrade to the LifeViz® Mini Pro as I want to provide the very latest technology for my patients.
It’s what they expect. I can have a premium, effective, simple and cutting-edge solution that will really make a difference to my consultations.
Dr Shino Bay, Aesthetic Dermatologist, USA
My name is Thomas Rappl, I’m a plastic surgeon from Graz in Austria, and I’m also an IMCAS scientific secretary.
Why do I use the LifeViz® Mini?
I find the camera system extremely good. First, because it’s easy and simple to understand and to use. The second reason is that I need it for my presentations. The presentations just become significantly more scientific and more perfect. Everything that has been done is clear and can be evaluated. The last reason is that it is also important for the patients, when they come to the clinic to take a photo before and after the treatment. One photo can really demonstrate how much is changing during the treatment, whether it be with toxins, fillers or EBD devices, like micro focused ultrasound or whichever treatment is chosen.
The LifeViz® Mini is an extremely good system, that simplifies evaluation and elevates your clinic to a higher level scientifically. I can therefore only recommend it and hope you enjoy using it.
Dr Thomas Rappl, Plastic Surgeon, Austria
Hello. I’m Dr. Vincent Wong, I’m a Cosmetic Doctor from London. I’m here to tell you about the QuantifiCare LifeViz® Mini camera, which I’ve been using in my clinic since 2017 – so it’s quite a while now I’ve worked with this fantastic device. It helps me with my patient consultations because it let’s them see the areas they need to be treated as well as the skin quality.
In addition to clinical practice, I also do quite a bit of research. Often when we look at skin fields and skin quality treatments, before-and-after photos don’t give us an accurate representation of the results. This is a great device to showcase the results because you don’t have to worry about the background lighting. You also have the benefit of the clay mode, which allows you to look at the smooth surface as well as any surface like inflammatory area, brown spots and reduction implementation.
So all in all, this is a brilliant tool for your clinic and will be a significant improvement to your patient consultation process.
Dr. Vincent Wong, Cosmetic Doctor, United Kingdom
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