In the News

Happy Holidays from Canfield

On behalf of our valued clients this holiday season, Canfield Scientific, Inc. has made a donation to the Youth Consultation Service (YCS) residential homes for children.Throughout the years employees have also contributed over 1,000 presents to the children as part of an annual gift drive.

Sioux Falls Woman Magazine Reports that VECTRA 3D puts Patients and Surgeons on the Same Page

 Sioux Falls Woman discovers that when words fail, the VECTRA 3D Imaging System helps get the conversation going between plastic surgeons and their patients.

OLÉ: Facial Imaging System with Overhead Lighting Environment

Canfield’s novel imaging system, with an open-air Overhead Lighting Environment (OLE) facilitates clinical assessment of facial skin aging attributes by simulating how the subject is perceived by the human eye in everyday settings. Historically, facial skin imaging has been accomplished using closed imaging environments for illuminating the subject with uniform diffused lighting, while eliminating unwanted effects of ambient light. While a closed environment is also ideal for fluorescence and absorption imaging, direct illumination and secondary reflections may reduce contrast of skin topographical features. Natural lighting, under which a subject’s face is typically perceived, is overhead and directional. Directional / raked lighting reveals surface textures by illuminating features facing the light, while creating shadows for those facing away.

Canfield Team Walks to Find a Cure for Lung Cancer

Canfield Scientific friends and family gathered on November 5th, 2016 to participate in the NYC Breathe Deep Walk to support Lung Cancer Research. Team Bill Canfield was formed in 2009 to honor our friend, coworker and brother, and has participated in the walk every year since to raise funds to find a cure for this terrible disease. 

Canfield Scientific featured in Morris County Business Edge

The Morris County Business Edge recently toured the Canfield headquarters in Parsippany, NJ and saw first hand where our imaging technology is devleoped.

VISIA used on the Rachael Ray show to demonstrate eyelash length and volume gain

Dr. Whitney Bowe uses a VISIA Complexion Analysis System to show a Rachael Ray Show volunteer how her eyelashes gained length and volume using lash extending mascara. Seeing is believing! 

Canfield uses VISIA to educate at Play Safe in the Sun Event

Canfield Cares! A crew from Canfield used the VISIA imaging system to show sub-surface sun damage at the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure event on September 10th in Central Park, NYC. The Women’s Dermatologic Society (WDS) program Play Safe in the Sun also included skin cancer screenings and UV patches and wrist bands from La Roche-Posay.

Rachael Ray brings VISIA on the show to see the effects of aging on identical twins

Dr. Anne Chapas brings  a VISIA Complexion Analysis System on to the Rachael Ray show to demonstrate the effects of aging on a pair of identical twins.  When they see the real extent of wrinkles and sun damage, they are more than ready to follow the doctor’s orders for skin care.

The VECTRA 3D system shows Dr. Oz his expected results from cosmetic procedures

A segment on the Dr. Oz show, “3 Things to Ask a Doctor before Having a Cosmetic Procedure”, demonstrates how VECTRA 3D can help answer the question “Am I the right candidate for this particular procedure?” Using a VECTRA H1 camera and the simulation tools in Face Sculptor software, Dr. Michael Jones shows how Dr. Oz could benefit from surgical and non-surgical facial procedures.

VECTRA 3D whole body system at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Australia featured on children's science television program.

The Australian children’s science television program, Scope, recently aired an episode focused on Futuristic Technology.  For this episode they visited Dr. Tarl Prow at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Queensland for a look at the VECTRA WB 360 whole body 3D imager.  See how this innovative system is helping their doctors monitor patients at risk for melanoma.  Watch the segment here.