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Évaluation tridimensionnelle de l’impact des chirurgies orthognatiques sur les tissus mous de la face. Mise au point d’un protocole

Abstract : Quantifying the impact of orthognathic surgery treatments on facial soft tissues and therefore on the patient's facial aesthetics is an important issue for healthcare professionals in order to be able to predict the post-surgical results. With the development of 3D technologies and in order to improve the predictions made by set-up software, the quantification of these movements is necessary. A systematic review of the literature was performed to highlight current data measuring the impact of orthognathic surgeries on facial soft tissues, using 3D analysis. The 11 articles selected show a great heterogeneity of the results. If concordances are found concerning the direction of the movements, there is a difference in the observed ratios. A protocol of evaluation about the impact of hard tissue movements on facial soft tissue using 3D technology has been proposed.
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Marie Pavelic. Évaluation tridimensionnelle de l’impact des chirurgies orthognatiques sur les tissus mous de la face. Mise au point d’un protocole. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03274480⟩

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