The world of plastic surgery, new terms seem to be invented every single day. One day, the big buzzword is Botox. The next, it’s all about BodyBanking. Then, it’s liposculpting. Sometimes, it’s something as simple as the newest term for a specific type of client, or a new rumor about being able to “fly in” celebrity customers. With all the crazy terms being dropped day after day, it’s not surprising that it can be hard to keep up with the lingo—even when you’re a professional in the field.
One of the newest terms to be thrown around in consultation rooms is “morphing,” and it’s gained a pretty good reputation among both surgeons and clients alike. Are you curious about what morphing is? Here’s what every potential client needs to know…
Have you ever sat down at a cosmetic surgeon’s office, heard a doctor explain a procedure’s expected results, and then wondered whether what you imagined would be what you got? Or rather, have you heard of someone who was told about plastic surgery results in vague terms, only to realize that what they asked for and what they received were two different things? Most people have, and that’s precisely why morphing was invented.
Morphing is the use of image-altering software to better illustrate concepts and potential results that a patient could have if they choose to undergo a procedure. It’s an easy way to take the guesswork out of results, and a better way to open a dialogue about plastic surgery with your doctor.
Hear Dr. Steinbrech talk about it in Business Insider!
Believe it or not, Dr. Steinbrech has become a huge fan of morphing when dealing with male plastic surgery. He has even gone so far as to offer his input to major magazines about the new procedure, how it affects his consultations, and why he loves using this technology when talking to clients. Check out his link below!