New Face App Lets Medical Residents Know What They Will Look Like at the End of Their Residency

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Technology and innovation have done it again. FaceApp, a new application developed by the Russian company, Wireless lab, has become a worldwide sensation. It’s ability to transform a face to make it look older, younger, and even change gender has captivated and astounded the masses.

Russian Wireless lab technician Ivana Robyeri Dentitee told reporters last week that the company is also working on a version specifically for medical residents. This Face App-hospital version takes an image of the user’s face, and is able to put various filters on it that correspond to a particular area of residency.

If you want to know how many wrinkles will emerge on your forehead over the course of an ER residency, look no further that Face App-hospital version ER filter. If you need to know exactly how much hair loss is to be expected in high risk OB, no problem, just upload a picture of your forehead and hairline. If a furrowed brow is you’re concern, no worries. Face App’s Surgical residency filter will show you what your brow will look like at the end of a surgery rotation.

The news isn’t all bad though. If you are doing an anesthesia rotation, Face App anesthesia filter can accurately predict how much your head will grow and how snarky your resting facial expression will become. Face App also has a dermatology rotation filter will show you how your face doesn’t change at all during a rotation in dermatology.

Whatever your rotation, rest assured that Face App-hospital version will provide you with an accurate depiction of how that rotation will affect your physical appearance. Download Face App-hospital version today. Available on apple iPhone and android for the low low price of your dignity, your identity, and 4.99$

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