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As Seen On TikTok: VISIA® Skin Analysis

TikTok influencers Meredith Duxbury and Ellie Zeiler discussed their experience using Canfield’s VISIA to measure the effectiveness of the new L’Oreal Paris Vitamin C Serum. Both influencers applied the product to one side of their face over two weeks to track treatment progress over time.

Dr. Arthur Perry Discusses Canfield’s VISIA® On Tamron Hall Show

Canfield’s cutting edge VISIA® Skin Analysis was recently featured on the Tamron Hall show with Dr. Arthur Perry – a plastic surgeon and adjunct associate professor of surgery at Columbia University. The segment focused on VISIA’s standardized capture and quantitative analysis and visual assessment. Utilizing the VISIA, Dr. Perry analyzed and interpreted Tamron Hall’s skin conditions (surface and subsurface) and discussed how patients can “defy age”. VISIA’s eight guiding metrics uses the world’s largest skin feature database to grade your client’s skin relative to others of the same age and skin type. Tamron was delighted to see how well she was doing when it came to her surface spots measurements. Dr. Perry then discussed Tamron’s TruSkin Age®, a feature which calculates how old your skin looks based on VISIA’s results. Finally, Dr. Perry discussed how to alleviate the host’s concerns of aging skin by recommending personalized treatment options based on her results.

Dr. Leith Banney Discusses Sunshine Coast Hospital’s VECTRA® WB360 Installation with 7 News Australia

Dr. Leith Banney was featured on a 7 News Australia segment about the recently installed VECTRA WB360 at Sunshine Coast Hospital. The 3D whole-body imaging solution will assist Dr. Banney and staff members with examining patients for the early signs of melanoma using the system’s advanced body mapping technology, DermaGraphix®. The hospital’s Head of Dermatology was astonished by how the system effectively identifies changes in suspicious lesions on the surface of the skin over time, “the software is so sensitive it can pick up changes in size. It can pick up changes that are growth or regression.” Patient Hayley McGregar had her entire body scanned in the whole-body imaging system. Utilizing magnified images captured with Canfield’s D200evo high-resolution dermatoscope, her doctors discovered two suspicious lesions on her back and leg.

Prof. Pablo Fernandez-Penas of Westmead Hospital Discusses VECTRA® WB360’s Revolutionary Melanoma Screening Technology with 9 News Australia

9 News Australia discusses Canfield’s revolutionary VECTRA WB360 technology with DermaGraphix® software and its role in skin screening at Westmead Hospital. DermaGraphix® enhances screenings, assists with early diagnoses, and provides long-term skin surveillance of the whole body in a singular 3D avatar of the patient. Patient, Gayle Johnston, had her entire body scanned effectively and efficiently in the whole-body imaging system, leading to the discovery of a suspicious mole on her forearm.

VECTRA® H2 Featured in Face and Body Germany Magazine

In the September 2022 issue of Face and Body Germany, Prof. Dr. med. Dimitra Kotsougiani-Fischer of AESTHETIKON in Mannheim and Heidelberg Germany discusses how the VECTRA H2 enables detailed preoperative documentation and quantifies volume defects quickly and easily.

Canfield Sponsors the Mission to Raise $250,000 for Melanoma Research

Last week, ten doctors broke the Guinness World Record for the fastest time to row one million meters and raised around $245,000 for melanoma and skin cancer research at the University of Queensland Dermatology Research Centre. The endurance rowing challenge to break the record for the fastest team to row one million meters was in honor of team leader, Dr Chris Conyard’s sister-in-law, Phoebe Eales, who passed away at 31 as a result of melanoma.

FaceReality Awarded 3rd place in IMCAS 2022 Innovation of the Year Competition

In June, FaceReality, an AI driven module within Canfield’s Mirror® for iPad® app, was awarded 3rd place in the IMCAS Innovation of the Year competition series. The series highlights the latest advances in the fields of dermatology, plastic surgery, skincare, and aesthetic science.

ABC-7 TV in New York City Features VECTRA® WB360 in Melanoma May Segment

This story features Scott Rosato, a melanoma patient of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and his journey to monitor the 700 moles on his body. Scott and his doctors have been observing his skin carefully for 25 years, since the first of 20 melanomas was removed. Under the care of Dr. Ashfaq Marghoob, a renowned skin cancer expert, Rosato now gets his entire body scanned quickly and efficiently in Canfield’s VECTRA WB360 whole-body imaging system. The system captures patient images using 46 stereo vision pods and captures cross polarized and non-polarized images to create a precise 3D body map of the patient. The 3D body map is designed to assist clinicians and researchers with identifying changes in suspicious lesions on the surface of the skin over time and will help Dr. Marghoob with lesions requiring closer examination.

Canfield's Mirror® Mobile App for iPad and New FaceReality Module Featured in MedEsthetics Magazine

Canfield’s Mirror mobile app for iPad was featured recently in the January and February edition of MedEsthetics magazine. Both the Mirror Mobile app and it's new AI-driven module, FaceReality, was included in a list of strategies that can improve patient satisfaction from first encounters to follow-up care. Mirror Mobile app with FaceReality allows physicians to simulate outcomes based on the patient’s desire to improve their first impression, (whether it be healthier, competent, or well-rested) through surgical and non-surgical procedures. 

See Your Favorite Character of 'And Just Like That' react to Canfield's VECTRA®

Canfield’s VECTRA XT was recently featured on the sixth episode of HBO Max’s 'And Just Like That' where the series' main character Carrie Bradshaw, played by Sarah Jessica Parker, was imaged in an aesthetic consultation. Watch the video below to see her reaction: