Three-dimensional facial imaging: accuracy and considerations for clinical applications in orthodontics.

@article{Lee2004ThreedimensionalFI,
  title={Three-dimensional facial imaging: accuracy and considerations for clinical applications in orthodontics.},
  author={Jang yeol Lee and Qiong Han and Carroll-Ann Trotman},
  journal={The Angle orthodontist},
  year={2004},
  volume={74 5},
  pages={
          587-93
        }
}
This study determined the accuracy of a camera system capable of recording three-dimensional facial images. A Rainbow 3D Camera Model 250 system (Genex Technologies Inc, Kensington, Md) was used to capture images of specific models: (1) a precalibrated precision model and (2) a mannequin model that served to simulate the human condition. To assess the accuracy of the camera system, repeated images of both models were recorded at two time points, one week apart. Repeated measurements of specific… CONTINUE READING

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