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Application of 3D Simulation Surgery to Orthognathic Aurgery : A Preliminary Case Study
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Application of 3D Simulation Surgery to Orthognathic Aurgery : A Preliminary Case Study
Lim, Jung-Hwan; Kim, Hyun-Young; Jung, Young-Soo; Jung, Hwi-Dong;
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The aim of this report is to evaluate accuracy using3D surgical simulationand digitally printedwafer in orthognathic surgery. 22-year-old female was diagnosed with mandibular prognathism and apertognathia based on 3D diagnosis using CT. Digital dentition images were taken by laser scanning from dental cast, and each STL images were integrated into one virtual skull using simulation software. Digitalized intermediate wafer was manufactured using CAD/CAM software and 3D printer, and used to move maxillary segment in real patient. Constructed virtual skull from 1 month postoperative CT scan was superimposedinto simulated virtual model to reveal accuracy. Almost maxillo-mandibular landmarks were placed in simulated position within 1 mm differences except right coronoid process. Thus 3D diagnosis, surgical simulation, and digitalized wafer could be useful method to orthognathic surgery in terms of accuracy.
Orthognathic Surgery;Three-Dimensional Surgery;Stereolithography;Pre-Surgical Simulation;Three-Dimensional Cephalometry;
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