Using 3D printing for preoperative planning in Maharat Nakhon Ratchasima Hospital: A case report of mandibular reconstruction

Authors

  • Boonserm Nerysungnoen
  • Wiwat Chatwongwan
  • Pujjai Nuengkota
  • Siriparinya Poontananggoon
  • Jessada Tanthanuch

Keywords:

3D printing, 3D model, mandibular reconstruction, oral and maxillofacial surgery

Abstract

Abstract
Currently, the 3D printing is applicable in many fields. The objective of this case report is to show the application of 3D printing to oral and maxillofacial surgery planning at Maharat Nakhon Ratchasima Hospital, which is used as a role model for the treatment of oral and maxillofacial surgery patients. The proposed processes are constituted as follows. The patient’s CT image was processed into 3D STL image file. The obtained 3D image was symmetrically manipulated to be a new 3D image of normal structure face. The edited 3D image was validly checked by a radiologist and then it was printed out by the 3D printer. Finally, the dentists, oral
and maxillofacial surgery, used the 3D model for planning in the surgery operation of mandibular reconstruction. The patient had successfully undergone surgery to replace the right lower jaw. The surgery with the 3D printing aid reduced the processing time to 6 hours, while it took 7.5 hours in a traditional surgery without 3D printing supporting. This case will be further used as a role model for a treatment of patients.

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2020-12-30

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