3-Dimensional Facial Simulation in Orthognathic Surgery: Is It Accurate? Stephen A. Schendel, MD, DDS, Richard Jacobson, DMD, MS, Sadri Khalessi, MS, PhD

Article: 3-Dimensional Facial Simulation in Orthognathic Surgery: Is It Accurate? Authors: Stephen A. Schendel, MD, DDS, Richard Jacobson, DMD, MS, Sadri Khalessi, MS, PhD Source: Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Date: May 2013 Purpose: The purpose of this study was to measure the accuracy of 3D computer simulation of soft tissue changes after orthognathic […]

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Flat Fold and Cup-Shaped N95 Filtering Facepiece Respirator Face Seal Area and Pressure Determinations: A Stereophotogrammetry Study. George Niezgoda, Jung-Hyun Kim, Raymond J. Roberge, Stacey M. Benson

Article: Flat Fold and Cup-Shaped N95 Filtering Facepiece Respirator Face Seal Area and Pressure Determinations: A Stereophotogrammetry Study Authors: George Niezgoda, Jung-Hyun Kim, Raymond J. Roberge,  Stacey M. Benson Source: Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, Volume 10, Issue 8, pp 419-424. Date: May 2013 Abstract Twenty subjects underwent quantitative respirator fit testing with two […]

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Three-dimensional reproducibility of natural head position. Diana W. Weber, Drew W. Fallis, and Mark D. Packerc

Article: Three-dimensional reproducibility of natural head position. Authors: Diana W. Weber, Drew W. Fallis, and Mark D. Packerc Source: American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, Volume 143, Issue 5, pp 738-744. Date: May 2013 Introduction: Although natural head position has proven to be reliable in the sagittal plane, with an increasing interest in 3-dimensional […]

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Comparison of facial morphologies between adult Chinese and Houstonian Caucasian populations using three-dimensional imaging. J. Wirthlin, C.H. Kau, J.D. English, F. Pan, H. Zhou

Article: Comparison of facial morphologies between adult Chinese and Houstonian Caucasian populations using three-dimensional imaging. Authors: J. Wirthlin, C.H. Kau, J.D. English, F. Pan, H. Zhou Source: International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Date: April 2013 Abstract The objective of this study was to compare the facial morphologies of an adult Chinese population to […]

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3D Imaging and Informatics Approaches to Diagnose Genetic Conditions. Curtis Deutsch, Ph.D.

Presentation: 3D Imaging and Informatics Approaches to Diagnose Genetic Conditions. Author: Curtis Deutsch, Ph.D., Director, Psychobiology Program, Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center, University of Massachusetts Medical School Source: 2013 Bio-IT World Conference, & Expo ‘13; Boston, Massachusetts Date: April, 2013 “With the support of NIH, we have developed the first quantitative normative database to diagnose craniofacial […]

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Multimodal registration of three-dimensional maxillodental cone beam CT and photogrammetry data over time. N Bolandzadeh, W Bischof, C Flores-Mir and P Boulanger

  Article: Multimodal registration of three-dimensional maxillodental cone beam CT and photogrammetry data over time. Authors: N Bolandzadeh, W Bischof, C Flores-Mir, and P Boulanger Source: Dentomaxillofacial Radiology; Volume 42. Date: February 2013 Objectives: In recent years, one of the foci of orthodontics has been on systems for the evaluation of treatment results and the tracking of […]

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Trisomy 21 and Facial Developmental Instability. John M. Starbuck, Theodore M. Cole III, Roger H. Reeves, and Joan T. Richtsmeier

Article: Trisomy 21 and Facial Developmental Instability Authors: John M. Starbuck, Theodore M. Cole III, Roger H. Reeves, and Joan T. Richtsmeier Source: American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Volume 151, Issue 1, pp 49-57. Date: February 2013 Abstract:  The most common live-born human aneuploidy is trisomy 21, which causes Down syndrome (DS). Dosage imbalance of genes on […]

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The facial evolution: looking backward and moving forward. Baynam G, Walters M, Claes P, Kung S, LeSouef P, Dawkins H, Gillett D, Goldblatt J.

Article: The facial evolution: looking backward and moving forward. Authors: Baynam G, Walters M, Claes P, Kung S, LeSouef P, Dawkins H, Gillett D, Goldblatt J. Source:  Human Mutation; 34(1): pp 14-22. Date: January 2013 Objective: Three-dimensional (3D) facial analysis is ideal for high-resolution, nonionizing, noninvasive objective, high-throughput phenotypic, and phenomic studies. It is a natural complement to (epi)genetic technologies to facilitate advances in the […]

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Development and reproducibility of a 3D stereophotogrammetric reference frame for facial soft tissue growth of babies and young children with and without orofacial clefts. S. Brons, M.E. van Beusichem, T.J.J. Maal, J.M. Plooij, E.M. Bronkhorst, S.J. Bergé, A.M. Kuijpers-Jagtman

Article: Development and reproducibility of a 3D stereophotogrammetric reference frame for facial soft tissue growth of babies and young children with and without orofacial clefts. Authors: S. Brons, M.E. van Beusichem, T.J.J. Maal, J.M. Plooij, E.M. Bronkhorst, S.J. Bergé, A.M. Kuijpers-Jagtman Source: International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery; 42(1):2-8. Date: January 2013 Abstract: The aim of this study was to develop a reference […]

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Application of 3dMD Photogrammetric System for Classification of Hemifacial Microsomia: a Pilot Study. SHEN Shun-yao, XIN Peng-fei, DAI Jie-wen, WANG Xu-dong, SHEN Guo-fang

Article: Application of 3dMD Photogrammetric System for Classification of Hemifacial Microsomia: a Pilot Study. Authors: SHEN Shun-yao, XIN Peng-fei, DAI Jie-wen, WANG Xu-dong, SHEN Guo-fang, Shanghai Ninth People’s Hospital Source:  Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery; 22(4): pp 261-264. Date: November 2012 Objective: To introduce a new type of measurement and diagnosis system for classification and treatment planning […]

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