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3 Dimensional Computer Simulated Cutting Guide for the Mandibuloplasty : A Preliminary Case Report
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 Title & Authors
3 Dimensional Computer Simulated Cutting Guide for the Mandibuloplasty : A Preliminary Case Report
Choi, Jong-Woo; Jeong, Woo Shik; Oh, Tae Suk;
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 Abstract
The mandibuloplasty for the facial aesthetic reason has been the one of the most popular procedures in aesthetic facial bone surgery in East Asia. Most East Asian women prefer smaller-looking and smooth-shaped facial contour. Prominent mandible angle which are common in Asia would be the main problem for smooth facial contour. In addition, recently, the mandibular body and broad chin shape also are known to be remodeled in order to get the ideal smooth facial shape. However, mandibuloplasty is not that easy to cut because many patients has inward mandibular angle and the visual field in operation is limited. The aim of this trial is to try to provide the prefabricated cutting guide for the symmetric and appropriate mandibuloplasty with the surgeons. Preoperative computed tomography(CT) data were processed for the patient and computer simulation model was produced. Then, mandibuloplasty was done on the computer simulation screen. Based on this data, customized cutting guide was made. This prefabricated cutting guide was used in real mandibuloplasty bilaterally. Premade cutting guide for the mandibuloplasty based on the computer simulation turned out to be very successful in this patient. Individualized approach for each patient could be an ideal way to manage the patients in near future.
 Keywords
Mandibuloplasty;Three-dimensional surgery;Pre-surgical simulation;Three-dimensional simulation;Facial shape;prominent mandible angle;
 Language
English
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