Three-dimensional Facial Stereography and its Application in Orthognathic Surgery. SS WANG, J SHI, YJ SUN, ZJ XIE.
Date: March 2019.
Source: Chinese Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Vol.1 No.1.
Abstract: The facial three-dimensional stereophotography technology is based on digital stereogrammetry technology. According to different light sources, it can be divided into three kinds, active, passive and hybrid. This system can show characteristics of height, width and depth of facial soft tissues. It has the advantages of high reproducibility, high precision, high reliability, fast image acquisition, non-invasiveness and repeatability. The image can be used for facial anthropometric measurement, as well as establishing a three-dimensional facial model for surgical simulation and analysis. It can also record facial features of patients which can be used for follow-up.
Article: Three-dimensional Facial Stereography and its Application in Orthognathic Surgery.
Authors: Shan-shan WANG, Jue SHI, Yi-jia SUN, Zhi-jian XIE, Department of Oral and maxillofacial surgery, Stomatology Hospital, Zhejiang University School of Medicine, Zhejiang Province, China.