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Article Dans Une Revue Dental Traumatology Année : 2019

Use of 3D printed models in student education of craniofacial traumas

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Abstract A low‐cost 3D printed model has been introduced into the oral and maxillofacial surgery teaching program of undergraduate students to improve education and mechanical comprehension of craniofacial trauma. Steps of the 3D printed haptic model building process are listed. 3D printed models of facial fractures were obtained from Data Imaging and Communications in Medicine ( DICOM ) data. Computed Aided Design and Manufacturing ( CAD ‐ CAM ) freeware was used to create new fractures on the standard tessellation language ( STL ) file. 3D printed haptic model appears to be an efficient low‐cost support for craniofacial trauma education of undergraduate students.

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Chirurgie
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hal-04427128 , version 1 (30-01-2024)

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Romain Nicot, Charles Druelle, Matthias Schlund, Thomas Roland-Billecart, Raoul Gwénaël, et al.. Use of 3D printed models in student education of craniofacial traumas. Dental Traumatology, 2019, 35 (4-5), pp.296-299. ⟨10.1111/edt.12479⟩. ⟨hal-04427128⟩

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