Apple Slices: Using CBCT Images In SimPlant® To View Dental Anatomy

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Dr. Natalie Wong of Toronto Canada, created the following presentation to identify the different views within SimPlant® using sliced apples. There are four different views in SimPlant®, in which three …

Dr. Natalie Wong of Toronto Canada, created the following presentation to identify the different views within SimPlant® using sliced apples. There are four different views in SimPlant®, in which three of them are for viewing CT data.

Your CT images can be viewed in Cross-sectional, Axial and in Panoramic within SimPlant®. A fourth view is create to display your case as a 3D object. The green apple represents the patients dental anatomy and the apple slices indicates the orientation of each CT view.

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  • 1. Dr. Natalie WongToronto Ontario, CanadaUSING CBCT IMAGES INSIMPLANT® TO VIEW DENTALANATOMY
  • 2. Axial Slice Cross-sectional Slice Panoramic SliceCourtesy of Dr. Natalie Wong –Toronto Ontario, Canada
  • 3. MaxillaCourtesy of Dr. Natalie Wong –Toronto Ontario, Canada
  • 4. Axial SliceCourtesy of Dr. NatalieWong – Toronto Ontario,Canada
  • 5. Panoramic SliceCourtesy of Dr. NatalieWong – Toronto Ontario,Canada
  • 6. Cross-Sectional SlicesCourtesy of Dr. NatalieWong – Toronto Ontario,Canada
  • 7. MandibleCourtesy of Dr. Natalie Wong –Toronto Ontario, Canada
  • 8. Axial ViewCourtesy of Dr. NatalieWong – Toronto Ontario,Canada
  • 9. Panoramic SliceCourtesy of Dr. NatalieWong – Toronto Ontario,Canada
  • 10. Cross-Sectional SlicesCourtesy of Dr. NatalieWong – Toronto Ontario,Canada