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Videosurgery and Other Miniinvasive Techniques
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3/2014
vol. 9
 
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Interactive 3D imaging technologies: application in advanced methods of jaw bone reconstruction using stem cells/ pre-osteoblasts in oral surgery

Andrzej Wojtowicz
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Monika Jodko
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Jan Perek
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Wojciech Popowski

Videosurgery Miniinv 2014; 9 (3): 441–448
Online publish date: 2014/05/29
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Cone beam computed tomography has created a specific revolution in maxillofacial imaging, facilitating the transition of diagnosis from 2D to 3D, and expanded the role of imaging from diagnosis to the possibility of actual planning. There are many varieties of cone beam computed tomography-related software available, from basic DICOM viewers to very advanced planning modules, such as InVivo Anatomage, and SimPlant (Materialise Dental). Through the use of these programs scans can be processed into a three-dimensional high-quality simulation which enables planning of the overall treatment. In this article methods of visualization are demonstrated and compared, in the example of 2 cases of reconstruction of advanced jaw bone defects using tissue engineering. Advanced imaging methods allow one to plan a miniinvasive treatment, including assessment of the bone defect’s shape and localization, planning a surgical approach and individual graft preparation.
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three-dimensional imaging, dental implants, regenerative medicine

  
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