Face with Video Results
This section provides additional patient before-and-after photographic comparisons for review, but this time with side-by-side video comparisons, as well…but only in its enhanced (flash movie) version.
Photo Gallery of Face Results
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Highlighted Results of the Face with Video Comparisons
These additional patient results are first presented in superimposed faded views of their three-quarter poses (to demonstrate the architectural or shape-based changes to their facial shape), then (second) in superimposed forward poses, and finally (third and uniquely) as forward poses in side-by-side video format (reading the same fairy tale…then smiling). A younger dynamic mouth should accompany a well-done facial rejuvenation. There should be no distortion or “block” to the smile (although some smiles may appear “prettier”). Also, the degree of improvement or enhancement in these “truer-to-life” dynamic views may significantly exceed that evident in the still photographs that immediately precede them. This is equally true of other results on the site: their “true” rejuvenation in “real life” typically exceeds that apparent in their before-and-after still photographs.
This is a flash video that is only viewable on laptop and desktop computers.[If a larger computer is not available to an interested visitor on a mobile device, it may well prove worthwhile to return to these “video comparisons” on a borrowed one]
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Face with Video Comparisons
Viewing Guides for: Highlighted Results with Video Comparisions
Cases of particular interest: Allow a case of interest to play itself out (2 to 3 minutes), without clicking the green “skip ahead” button. Yellow ovals will direct attention to multiple areas of subtle change, many of which would otherwise pass unnoticed. Also, yellow contour lines will highlight important architectural shifts in the face and neck. Most importantly, the side-by-side forward pose will be repeated in animation (side-by-side video), allowing greater appreciation for the overall effects of the rejuvenation in a “truer-to-life” format.
Cases of less interest: The more important aspects of less-interesting cases can be rapidly appreciated without reviewing each nuance of change (yellow ovals). The green “skip ahead” button will skip over the yellow ovals to either the “early photo” (when present) or to the rapid yellow contour lines. It can also skip out of the timed (7-second) side-by-side oblique pose to the forward pose. A red X will block the button at key points within the presentation, such as the first superimposed fade of each pose, any early photos, and the rapid contour lines, so that these important aspects won’t be missed. Red Xs will block both the green “skip ahead” and the blue “next case” buttons during the lead-in to and through the video segment, so that the comparison can be made between the side-by-side still photographs and the side-by-side videos.
Cases of no interest: Clicking the blue “next case” button will jump from a case of no interest instantly to the next case. All the cases in the presentation can be previewed in 10 seconds with this rapid aid.
For enhanced, full-screen viewing of results:
PC users hit: F11
MAC users hit: (Command/Apple) (Shift) ‘F’