Special devices that monitor and deliver information on improvements in cellular aging, biological aging and cellular remodeling that are not visible to the eye may not be that far off. “This kind of programming, plus tools that can lower inflammation to track procedure benefits at the cellular level, are key for the way we deal with aging in the near future,” Dr. Shamban says.
Shamban predicts appointments could be streamlined (read: shorter! ) with the help of activated commands posted to a smart board. “This would prove to be especially useful in retrieving patient files and before-and-after photos.
The ultimate test run: individualized imaging systems that would allow patients to view their lips with specific amounts of fillers placed—essentially showing the final product (and giving the opportunity to tweak) pre-injection.
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