The role of 3-D imaging systems in orthodontics
Fig. 1: 3-D reconstruction inferior view.
Fig. 3: 3-D reconstruction anterior view.
Fig. 5: 3-D reconstruction anterior view.
Fig. 7: 3-D reconstruction panoramic view.
Fig. 8: 3-D sagittal segmentation.
Fig. 9: 3-D reconstruction.
Fig. 10: Sagittal segmentation
Fig. 11: Coronal segmentation.
Fig. 12: Obstruction of the maxillary sinuses.
Fig. 13: Decrease of the respiratory tract.
Fig. 14: Swollen tonsillar and adenoid tissue.
Fig. 15: 3-D cephalometric image.
Fig. 16: Jarabak 3-D analysis.
Fig. 17: Analysis of the vertical position of the maxillary.
Fig. 18: Sagittal section of the TMJ.
Fig. 19: 3-D reconstruction of the TMJ; sagittal view.
Fig. 20: Arthrosis of the TMJ; sagittal sections.
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