Three-dimensional Assessment of Facial Alterations Induced by Dental Prostheses

2019-08-14 18:29:36 | BioPortfolio


Validation of the use of a facial scanner for assessment of modifications caused by the use of dental prostheses.


3 dimensional evaluation of lip support by the use of full arch impplant supported rehabilitations with the use of a facial scannner

Study Design


Soft Tissue


Facial scanner (Bellus3D) to assess perioral alterations


Instituto de Implantologia


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Implantology Institute

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Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-08-14T18:29:36-0400

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