When you evaluate a set of preoperative and postoperative photographs showing cosmetic surgery procedures, it is important to know what to look for in a properly-taken photograph. First, you should always note the consistency of before and after photographs. They should have more or less the same background and should be taken from the same angle and height. The distance from the patient to the camera should also be consistent, showing the same amount of the patient in both views. Patient placement and photographic lighting should be consistent as well. “Before and after” photographs without these characteristics can be misleading and misrepresentative of what you can expect from a procedure.
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