Computed Tomography for Oral and Maxillofacial Applications

A special issue of Bioengineering (ISSN 2306-5354). This special issue belongs to the section "Biomedical Engineering and Biomaterials".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2024 | Viewed by 139

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1. Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Hallym University Sacred Heart Hospital, Anyang 14066, Republic of Korea
2. Dental Artificial Intelligence and Robotics R&D Center, Hallym University Sacred Heart Hospital, Anyang 14066, Republic of Korea
Interests: CBCT (cone beam computed tomography); implant; customized surgery; AI; macillofacial; 3D printing
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Dear Colleagues,

"Computed Tomography for Oral and Maxillofacial Applications" is a specialized field in medical imaging that harnesses computed tomography (CT) for the assessment and diagnosis of conditions within the oral, dental, and maxillofacial regions. These regions encompass the mouth, jaws, face, and neck and are critical in dentistry, oral and maxillofacial surgery, and radiology. CT imaging provides highly detailed cross-sectional images, aiding in the diagnosis and treatment of dental diseases, craniofacial issues, trauma, and various pathological conditions.

Recent advances in low-dose CT, powered by AI technology, have made a significant impact on this field. AI algorithms reduce radiation exposure while maintaining image quality, addressing radiation concerns in oral and maxillofacial applications. This technology is particularly beneficial in maxillofacial surgery, where it enhances preoperative planning and surgical precision while minimizing radiation exposure, promising safer and more precise procedures.

Furthermore, CT technology, with its capability for detailed 3D imaging, is instrumental in the diagnosis and planning of full mouth rehabilitation. It offers a comprehensive view of the oral and maxillofacial structures, making it invaluable in cases where extensive dental work or rehabilitation is needed. By providing precise anatomical information, it aids in determining the best approach for rehabilitation, ensuring optimal outcomes.

This Bioengineering Special Issue is dedicated to the latest research and innovations in AI-assisted low-dose CT for maxillofacial surgery, including applications in full mouth rehabilitation. Researchers are encouraged to contribute to this evolving field, offering insights that have the potential to revolutionize diagnostics, surgical practices, and comprehensive oral rehabilitation, ultimately ensuring the best possible patient care and outcomes.

Dr. Soo-Hwan Byun
Guest Editor

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Keywords

  • CBCT
  • AI
  • surgery
  • maxillofacial
  • customized
  • low dosage
 

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