Three-dimensional facial morphometry in patients rehabilitated with implant-supported prostheses

Davide G. Tommasi, Luca Pisoni, Giuseppe C. Lanza Attisano, Alberto Rossetti, Claudia Dolci & Virgilio F. Ferrario
The aim of the present study was to assess a low-cost, non-invasive facial morphometric digitizer to assist the practitioner in three-dimensional soft-tissue changes before and after oral rehabilitation. The method should provide quantitative data to support an objective assessment of the facial esthetic outcome [1]. Twenty-two patients aged 45-82 years, all with edentulous maxilla and mandible, were assessed both before and after receiving their definitive complete implant-supported prostheses (each received 4-11 implants in each dental...
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