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3D Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing in Oromaxillofacial Surgery

  • Risto KontioEmail author
  • Riitta Seppänen-Kaijansinkko
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Abstract

As imaging possibilities of tumour patients have improved, instead of secondary reconstruction, immediate reconstruction has gradually become state of the art in oromaxillofacial surgery.

By using digital 3D technology, surgeon can produce solid patient-specific implants or scaffolds (PSI). Computer-aided design and manufacturing can be carried out in a few days. 3D CAD–CAM technology offers multiple tools for reconstructive procedures: simulation, planning, training and production of patient-specific scaffolds, onlay implants as well as fixation plates. This technique is beneficial in patient education as well.

Materials that can be used in 3D CAD–CAM are different for example titanium and different biomaterials. It can also be carried out with cells. This is called bioprinting.

In this chapter, we will elaborate the background of 3D CAD–CAM, its use in experimental and clinical work, not forgetting the future insights.

Keywords

Surgical planning 3D design and solid scaffold production Bioprinting 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Oral and Maxillofacial DiseasesUniversity of Helsinki and Helsinki University HospitalHelsinkiFinland

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