ARtery 3D: from a dream to reality

ARtery 3D: from a dream to reality

ARtery 3D is the cutting-edge app created by our company Augmented Anatomy. Our groundbreaking technology allows cosmetic experts to visualize a patient’s arterial network through Augmented Reality (AR) on their smartphone, providing them with the unique and accurate anatomical information they need to perform filler injections in a safer and more effective way. But how did we come to this idea? Weu2019re here to answer all of your questions. So letu2019s explore how ARtery 3D was born, how it works, and the many benefits it offers for both patients and cosmetic experts.

ARtery 3D: how it all started

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ARtery 3D is the brainchild of our founder Prof. Dr. Benoit Hendrickx, who had a dream that he could see through someone’s skin. He told people about it and didnu2019t take long for him to realize that he wanted to do something with this dream. It started to feel like a vision to him and not just a dream that he couldnu2019t seem to shake. With the help of a dynamic and international team of tech enthusiasts, marketing strategists, and doctors, Prof. Dr. Benoit Hendrickx turned that dream into a real-life concept. Thatu2019s when ARtery 3D was born and became a revolutionary breakthrough in the field of cosmetic healthcare.

Since then, our business has grown and expanded globally. We are currently focusing on introducing ARtery 3D to cosmetic experts in Europe, and Spain in particular.

Filler injections and ARtery 3D

In recent years, the popularity of filler injections has soared in many countries around the world. The desire for fuller lips, defined cheekbones, and a more youthful appearance has driven many people to seek out these cosmetic procedures. However, many individuals are unaware of the risks and potential complications that come with these injections.

While these procedures are generally considered safe, they are not without risks. Despite these risks, the popularity of filler injections still continues to grow. In many countries, including the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom, the demand for these procedures has risen dramatically in recent years. Thereu2019s no need to inform you that this trend has been fueled by social media influencers and celebrities who promote the use of fillers as a quick and easy way to enhance their appearance.

However, in many cases, individuals seeking out these procedures are not fully informed about the risks and potential complications. Many people are under the impression that these injections are completely safe and carry no risk, which is far from the truth. In some countries, regulations surrounding the use of fillers are lax, which can lead to unqualified individuals performing these procedures and putting patients at risk.

It’s important for individuals considering filler injections to educate themselves about the risks and potential complications before undergoing the procedure. They should seek out qualified and experienced cosmetic experts who can provide them with the information they need to make an informed decision.

Thatu2019s where ARtery 3D comes in. Not only do we offer an innovative way to perform filler injections in a safer way, we also want to raise awareness about the importance of selecting a qualified and experienced cosmetic doctor when considering filler injections. With the rise in popularity of fillers, it’s important for patients to understand the risks and potential complications that can arise from choosing an unskilled or under-qualified practitioner.

Our ARtery 3D app provides a valuable tool for cosmetic experts to visualize a patient’s arterial network through augmented reality, allowing for more precise and safer filler injections.

What is ARtery 3D all about?

Basically, with ARtery 3D we wanted to revolutionize the way cosmetic experts perform filler injections. By creating an innovative app based on AR technology that allows these cosmetic professionals to visualize the arterial network of each patient on their smartphones. Our app provides a safer and more accurate way for healthcare practitioners to perform filler injections, resulting in benefits for the patients such as overall better and higher-quality treatments, less pain during the procedure, and less bruising after filler treatments.

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How does ARtery 3D work?

To use the ARtery 3D app, a patient’s first visit to a cosmetic healthcare practitioner involves creating a profile on the app. The practitioner then issues an MRI prescription, and the patient books an appointment for a risk-free MRI at a center of their choice. All images are uploaded directly to the ARtery 3D app, and the cosmetic expert can now use the app to visualize the exact course of the patient’s facial arteries on their smartphone. Soft tissue fillers can be applied with knowledge of the patient’s individual anatomical details.

The ARtery 3D app also offers a lot of benefits for cosmetic professionals. Practitioners can grow their clinic, offer higher quality filler procedures, and build healthy and long-term relationships with their loyal customers. The app is also user-friendly, and digital records of patients can be kept, showing both evolutions and changes.

Conclusion: weu2019re changing the future of aesthetics

ARtery 3D is a community of pioneering experts who embrace groundbreaking technology and are not afraid of challenging the status quo. We prioritize innovation and excellence in our field. With many benefits for both patients and cosmetic experts, our ARtery 3D app is paving the way for a safer and more effective future in cosmetic healthcare. With the expansion of our company and the launch of our SuperUser Program, more cosmetic professionals can experience the benefits of our cutting-edge technology.
The future of cosmetic healthcare is looking safer and more effective with our ARtery 3D app.

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