Detail publikace

Application of geometric biomodels for autotransplantation of impacted canines

Originální název

Application of geometric biomodels for autotransplantation of impacted canines

Anglický název

Application of geometric biomodels for autotransplantation of impacted canines

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The article is dealing with human tissues (bones, teeth, soft tissues, ...) 3D geometry models applications possibilities in dental surgery. Geometry models are defined by 3D boundaries as triangular polygonal meshes. 3D discrete CT/MR data are basic sources of tissues structure and geometry. Created models are possible to use as virtual models or as real models, then they are materialized by CAD/CAM or Rapid prototyping technology. Real practice applications of virtual and real tissue models will be presented on the end of the article.

Anglický abstrakt

The article is dealing with human tissues (bones, teeth, soft tissues, ...) 3D geometry models applications possibilities in dental surgery. Geometry models are defined by 3D boundaries as triangular polygonal meshes. 3D discrete CT/MR data are basic sources of tissues structure and geometry. Created models are possible to use as virtual models or as real models, then they are materialized by CAD/CAM or Rapid prototyping technology. Real practice applications of virtual and real tissue models will be presented on the end of the article.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT18692,
  author="Pavlína {Černochová} and Karin {Kaňovská} and Přemysl {Kršek} and Petr {Krupa}",
  title="Application of geometric biomodels for autotransplantation of impacted canines",
  annote="The article
is dealing with human tissues (bones, teeth, soft tissues, ...) 3D geometry
models applications possibilities in dental surgery. Geometry models are
defined by 3D boundaries as triangular polygonal meshes. 3D discrete CT/MR data
are basic sources of tissues structure and geometry. Created models are
possible to use as virtual models or as real models, then they are materialized
by CAD/CAM or Rapid prototyping technology. Real practice applications of
virtual and real tissue models will be presented on the end of the article.",
  booktitle="World Journal of Orthodontics 2005",
  chapter="18692",
  year="2005",
  month="september",
  pages="330",
  type="conference paper"
}