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The American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery, Vol. 14, No. 4 1997

New Products and Technologies

The True Mirror lets patients see themselves as they are seen by other people and not a reversed reflection as seen in normal mirrors. The 90 degree angled mirrors contained within the cabinet creates the proper image. A person's asymmetric features are better visualized in contrast to the mental compensation to idealize one's own face as seen by normal reflection. This new perspective allows the integration of changes proposed by the surgeon, producing a positive mental outlook.