Creation of the Virtual Patient for the Study of Facial Morphology. CH Kau.

Date: November 2011. Source: 3D Imaging Technologies for Facial Plastic Surgery, Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics of North America, Volume 19, Number 4, Pages 615-622. Abstract: The author provides an overview of the new imaging technologies that allow the practitioner to accurately capture the patient’s soft tissue facial morphology and underlying bones and teeth, including details…

Image Fusion in Preoperative Planning. SA Schendel, KS Duncan, CR Lane.

Date: November 2011. Source: 3D Imaging Technologies for Facial Plastic Surgery, Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics of North America, Vol 19, Issue 4 , Pages 577-590. Abstract: This article presents a comprehensive overview of generating a digital Patient-Specific Anatomic Reconstruction (PSAR) model of the craniofacial complex as the foundation for a more objective surgical planning platform.…

Kodak and 3dMDvultus Team Up to Provide Fast, Precise 3D Surface Imaging and Analysis

ROCHESTER, N.Y., February 2, 2006 — Orthodontic and oral and maxillofacial surgery professionals can now obtain highly precise, ultra-fast 3D surface images of patients, and analyze treatment outcomes in a digital 3D environment, as a result of a new alliance between Kodak and 3dMDvultus. Through an exclusive distribution agreement, Kodak will become the distributor of…

Cavendish Imaging Provides 3dMD Surface Imaging Services to London’s Specialist Surgical and Dental Communities

LONDON – 28 November 2006 – Cavendish Imaging the leading service providers for head and neck imaging, digital treatment planning and anatomical models, announced the purchase of the 3dMDface System to add the latest in high precision 3D surface imaging to their pioneering portfolio of imaging service offerings. This is the first time that an…

Three-dimensional diagnosis & treatment planning: The use of 3-D facial imaging and 3-D cone beam CT in orthodontics and dentistry

by William E. Harrell, Jr, DMD Evaluating the “Anatomic Truth” of our patient’s anatomy in 3-D has traditionally been limited to evaluating the patient “live” in the chair and by the evaluations of dental study models (either plaster or 3-D digital representations). New 3-D technologies (3-D facial scanning and 3-D cone beam CBCT – also…

Dr. Ioannis Kakadiaris (University of Houston) and CBL member George Toderici interviewed on Fox News

Dr. Ioannis Kakadiaris (University of Houston) answered questions on how our face recognition technology can help solving the identity theft problems and improve credit card security. He was joined by George Toderici who talked about his interests in biometrics. To watch the segment… http://cbl.uh.edu/inthenews/article/dr_kakadiaris_and_cbl_member_george_toderici_interviewed_on_fox_news/

Completing the 3-Dimensional Picture

TECHNO BYTES (Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2008;133:612-20) Orthodontics has a commitment to precision and accuracy similar in concept to physical engineering. Both work in a 3-dimensional (3D) world—the engineer designing and modeling physical products, and the orthodontist diagnosing and treating patients. To achieve the best possible results, both fields have readily adopted and successfully implemented…