Tomorrow, November 22nd, 2013, Dr. Antoine Chehade will be lecturing on the subject of “Virtual Surgical Planning in Orthognathic Surgery” as part of a panel of speakers at a McGill Continuing Education symposium. Virtual surgical planning (VSP) is a 3D surgical planning that has been used in many surgical fields to improve the accuracy and efficiency of surgical procedures. It allows greater precision when planning for complex movements of the maxillofacial skeleton for treatments such as orthognathic surgery.
We are thrilled to have one of our oral & maxillofacial surgeons at Seaforth Oral Surgery speak at this lecture.
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Imitation of surgical movement of the jaw with careful measurements to allow for symmetrical result AND superimposition of skeleton and soft tissue allows for more precise evaluation of the surgical plan.
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Nov 21st, 2013 8:07 pm
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