Three-Dimensional Facial Imaging for the Diagnosis of Complex Soft Tissue Secondary to Craniofacial Trauma. L Zou, S Holmes.

Date: March 2020.
Source: Atlas of Operative Maxillofacial Trauma Surgery, pp 101-105, Springer, London.
Abstract: Facial scanning is a relatively recent imaging modality that has been evolving over the past 30 years. It provides valid and reliable three-dimensional (3D) imaging. 3D facial images also provide objective quantifications of facial changes. Image capturing uses a noncontact and noninvasive approach. The most popular method is based on the principle of optical triangulation.

Article: Three-Dimensional Facial Imaging for the Diagnosis of Complex Soft Tissue Secondary to Craniofacial Trauma.
Authors: Lifong Zou, Simon Holmes. Department of Oral Bioengineering, Bart’s and The London, School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University, London, UK.