At CTC, we have experience with high-resolution cameras for two-dimensional and three-dimensional photographing of scars, tissues and fillers. Our study nurses are well‑trained in the use of macro lenses and standardized lighting (for example ring flashes).
For three-dimensional imaging, we use the Cherry Imaging Scanner, which is a handheld, skin morphology scanner that captures thousands of 3D images from multiple field views and angles. These images can be used to measure small changes in the skin induced by for example scars, fillers, Botox and pigmentation. This 3D-imaging technology (including the software) can be used in your clinical trial for accurate, objective and traceable analysis of effects of aesthetic and medical treatments on face and body.