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APPLICATIONS OF STERIOPHOTOGRAMETRY IN ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY \\ GP \\ DR.Nader ElBokle ( 2017-2018 )

By: Ibrahim Ahmed. 141281.
Contributor(s): Omnia Sultan [Supervisor.] | Essam-El-Din Esmat. 141531 [Additional Author. ].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: DENTISTRY DISTINGUISHED PROJECTS 2018. Publisher: Giza: MSA, 2018Description: 5 P. :, 26 CM.Subject(s): MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERYOnline resources: FULL TEXT PRESS HERE Summary: The aim of this project was to discuss the applications of steriophotogrametry in dentistry. Obtaining of 3D images was previously done through taking 2 images of the same object by moving the camera to the other side without changing the level of imaging. Nowadays by the evolution in imaging, 3D image has become much easier. The 3D laser scanning and digital cameras along with software as 3DMD or Genex system are now used. This technology is used in maxilla-facial reconstructions, evaluating the abnormality of malformed craniofacial features, 3D model fabrication, Orthognathic surgery and Forensic identification
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The aim of this project was to discuss the applications of steriophotogrametry
in dentistry. Obtaining of 3D images was previously done through taking 2
images of the same object by moving the camera to the other side without
changing the level of imaging. Nowadays by the evolution in imaging, 3D
image has become much easier. The 3D laser scanning and digital cameras
along with software as 3DMD or Genex system are now used. This technology
is used in maxilla-facial reconstructions, evaluating the abnormality of
malformed craniofacial features, 3D model fabrication, Orthognathic surgery
and Forensic identification

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