Mirror® - Medical Imaging Software

Mirror® software is the standard for patient imaging that truly reflects your practice's potential. Mirror® enables you to maximize what you can actually do with those patient images. Mirror's® modular system also provides maximum flexibility and value. No matter what level of imaging you require, Mirror® delivers scalable imaging solutions to fit your practice today and in the future.

Mirror® Software
WorkstationPentium 4 or higher (Core 2 Duo for RBX® applications)
Operating systemMicrosoft Windows 8.1 Professional 64 Bit, Windows 7 Professional or Ultimate (64 Bit recommended), Windows 10 Professional 64 Bit
System memory (RAM)4GB
MemoryMinimum 1 GB available disk space for installing application. More recommended for data.
Monitor1024 x 768 or higher resolution, including 4K monitors
Web browserMicrosoft Internet Explorer 7 or higher
Ethernet100/1000 MB Ethernet port required for networking (WiFi not supported)
Server(not supplied - minimum recommendations)
Windows Server 2008 or 2012
SQL Express, SQL 2005, 2008, 2008 R2, or 2012
2GHz Pentium-class CPU (or higher)
4GB RAM (or higher)
100 MBS connectivity (1 GBS for VECTRA)
200GB HDD, minimum RAID 1 recommended
Space required dependent upon patient volume and camera used/settings.
NotesRegularly scheduled backups are highly recommended.
We do not support using the server as a workstation
Warranty / Support1-year limited warranty, including support & upgrades

Mirror® PhotoFile

World-class medical image management in a HIPAA compliant environment (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act). With the industry-standard Mirror® medical interface, patient chart structure, preconfigured and customizable diagnosis and procedure libraries, Mirror® PhotoFile provides the backbone for medical image capture systems.

Mirror® PhotoFile keeps your medical images instantly accessible while providing HIPAA security features. Hospitals depend on Mirror® software for their medical image management needs.

View all of a patient's images, from any image capture system, all on one screen with PhotoFile's Patient Chart. Seamless integration with Canfield's VISIA®, Reveal®, VECTRA® 3D, IntelliStudio®, and VEOS®


Mirror® PhotoTools

An invaluable tool set for enhancing communication and optimizing images. Polished, professional consultation, presentations and publications.

  • Color and orientation matching removes color shifts and adjusts image size and rotation for consistent appearance.
  • Split-face comparison demonstrates asymmetry.
  • Labels and whiteboarding for easy annotation.
  • Easily measure calibrated distances, angles, areas and proportions for surgical planning and analysis.
  • Mirror's® tethered image capture option allows you to capture high-quality digital images directly into your patient's chart, saving time and preventing errors.
  • MatchPose® image overlay makes it easy to capture perfect "before and afters" every time: Superimpose a translucent live preview over the baseline image on screen to ensure correct positioning.
  • Import any image from any source: digital camera, endoscope, scanner, video microscope.


Mirror® Rejuvenation

Provide an instant view of what the future can hold through simulation of skin rejuvenation procedures on actual patient images.

Easily simulate the benefits of procedures such as neurotoxins, dermal fillers, laser procedures, microdermabrasion, and more.

Mirror® rejunvenation simulations help manage client expectations and drive business to your practice.


Mirror® Suite

Mirror® Suite combines PhotoFile, PhotoTools, Rejuvenation, and 2D simulation tools in one fully integrated solution for medical image management, visual communication and aesthetic simulation. Discover for yourself why so many leading aesthetic practices around the world rely on Mirror® Suite for all their patient imaging.


Mirror® Body Mapping

Body mapping is rapidly gaining popularity as a tool for managing patients at high risk for melanoma. Many of the leading cancer centers and over sixty percent of dermatology residency programs in the United States employ this technique to aid in the early detection of suspicious lesions.


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