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3D VIRTUAL PLANNING IN ORTHOGNATHIC SURGERY \\ GP \\ DR. Nader ElBokl ( 2017-2018 )

By: Mohammed Saleh. 141153.
Contributor(s): Ingy Chehata [Supervisor.] | Momen Sherif. 145329 [Additional Author. ] | Ahmed Soliman. 145345 [Additional Author. ].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Giza: MSA, 2018Description: 6 P. :, 26 CM.Subject(s): ORTHOGNATHIC SURGERYOnline resources: FULL TEXT PRESS HERE Summary: 3D virtual planning (VP) has become an effective diagnostic tool in orthognathic surgery. In the following case 3D VP was compared to traditional technique in pre-operative surgical planning of orthognathic surgery. Mimics software was used to perform the planning, segmentation, and 3D printing of surgical splints. The reported case was for 22 years old female patient who complains from gummy smile and skeletal problem. The pre-operative surgical planning was to perform maxillary impaction and mandibular advancement to correct the gummy smile and final occlusion
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3D virtual planning (VP) has become an effective diagnostic tool in
orthognathic surgery. In the following case 3D VP was compared to traditional
technique in pre-operative surgical planning of orthognathic surgery. Mimics
software was used to perform the planning, segmentation, and 3D printing of
surgical splints. The reported case was for 22 years old female patient who
complains from gummy smile and skeletal problem. The pre-operative surgical
planning was to perform maxillary impaction and mandibular advancement to
correct the gummy smile and final occlusion

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