Why Not See the Predicted Result of Your Cosmetic Procedure?
Ever wonder how you would look after cosmetic surgery? Now, worldwide visitors to our website can see the predicted result of their cosmetic surgery performed by Robert Kotler, MD, FACS, a face and neck cosmetic surgery superspecialist.
Considering having your eyes done? Let us show you how you’ll look without dark circles, bags or excess skin. Thinking about how to get rid of wrinkles and sun-spots from years of sun exposure and smoking? We can show you how you’ll look with undamaged and wrinkle-free skin. Curious how you will look without the bump on your nose? Let us help you to visualize your cosmetic surgery results with Dr. Robert Kotler utilizing the latest computer imaging technology. After filling out a simple form, you email us your digital photos (front and profile shots). Then, using a highly sophisticated software program, we erase wrinkles, remove bags from under the eyes, sculpt the neck or chin line, narrow a nose and remove the bump and much more. Dr. Kotler will be able to show and tell you what he believes he (and you the patient,) can achieve based on his nearly 30 years of practice and thousands of cosmetic surgery procedures.
- You’ll be able to see what can be achieved using today’s state-of-the-art techniques.
- We’ll provide specific information about the procedure(s), recovery times and much more.
- The fee to provide you with computer imaging for your photos is $75 (applicable towards your surgical procedure).
Here’s how to e-mail computerized images to us:
Have two photos taken of yourself; one front view and one exact profile. Tip: A digital camera is easiest but a good quality non-digital camera is sufficient.
Make sure the photos extend from your collarbone to the top of your head (see example above). Tip: use a dark colored background such as blue or black.
Make sure to pull your hair away from your face and tuck your hair behind your ears (especially so for ear surgery patients). Also, pull your collar down enough to expose your neck (or wear a collarless shirt or blouse).
Make sure the lighting is not overly bright or too dark. Either way will give us poor results.
A digital camera will save the photos into an email ready format. Photos from a regular camera will have to be scanned into your computer (if you have a scanner) or taken to a copying or photo store (such as Kinkos or Office Depot) and saved to a diskette for you to load and send via email. Be sure to tell them they should be in a .bmp, .jpeg or .gif format (they will know what these are even if you are unfamiliar with these terms. Just print out these instructions and take them with you).