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Planning of Multiple Tooth Implant Placement Using the Standardized Data in Teeth Size and Position
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Planning of Multiple Tooth Implant Placement Using the Standardized Data in Teeth Size and Position
Park, Hyung-Wook; Park, Sang-Jin; Park, Hyungjun;
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 Abstract
It is important to devise methods for assisting dentists to consistently determine implant positions and directions and to accurately perform drilling tasks during dental implant surgery. In this paper, we propose a novel approach to tooth implant placement planning which deals with the determination of the positions and directions of multiple implant fixtures for a set of missing mandibular teeth and suggests the selection of the sizes and types of the implant fixtures. We combine Korean standard data in the sizes and positions of human teeth with the patient specific 3D models of mandibular jawbones, nerve curves, and neighboring teeth around the missing teeth in order to determine the positions and directions of the implant fixtures for the missing teeth. Using the geometric and spatial information of the jawbones, the teeth and the implant fixtures, we can construct the 3D models of surgical guide stents which are crucial to perform drilling tasks with ease and accuracy. Adopted in 3D simulation of dental implant placement, the approach can provide surgeon students with good educational contents. We also expect that, with further work, the approach can be used as a useful tool to plan for dental implant surgery.
 Keywords
Dental implant surgical planning;Geometric processing;Korean standard teeth models;Multiple tooth implant placement;Virtual implant surgery;
 Language
Korean
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