Prospective breast augmentation patients see the Sculpt My Dream simulations on my website, and the first thing they ask when they come in is whether they can be photographed for their own VECTRA 3D simulations. This has created excitement, and a substantially improved mechanism for me to communicate potential outcomes with my patients.
Dr. Mitchell Brown is one of Canada's leading plastic surgeons specializing in aesthetic and reconstructive breast surgery, body contouring and facial aesthetic surgery. In clinical practice since 1995, Dr. Brown is often requested to lecture and educate others in the field. He is the founder and co-course director of the Toronto Annual Breast Surgery Symposium, Canada's largest annual medical symposium of its kind. He has published numerous articles in the field of plastic surgery and is well recognized on both a national and international level.
In his practice, Dr. Brown has effectively utilized VECTRA 3D simulations to improve his consultations, and help patients understand the potential outcomes of aesthetic procedures. This allows him to manage patient expectations and helps assure that the results will meet their personal objectives. His website makes extensive use of Canfield's patient friendly web application, SculptMyDream.com, where prospective breast augmentation patients can create their own simulations in advance of their first office visit. "This is a powerful visual tool," he observes, "and it prepares the patient for their personal imaging and simulation when they come to the office for consultations."
Dr. Brown completed his medical degree at the University of Western Ontario Faculty of Medicine in London, Ontario. He went on to complete a comprehensive surgical internship at Toronto Western Hospital, followed by a five-year residency in plastic surgery at the University of Toronto. In addition to this, Dr. Brown completed a Masters in Education and was involved in developing new techniques to teach and evaluate technical performance in the operating room. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in plastic surgery, and an Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery at the University of Toronto.