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Fig. 2 | BMC Oral Health

Fig. 2

From: The accuracy and stability of the maxillary position after orthognathic surgery using a novel computer-aided surgical simulation system

Fig. 2

Patient-customized osteotomy guides (PCGs) and patient-customized miniplates (PCMs) designed for surgery (Pt 12 of Table 1). The patient had a longer maxilla on the right side; therefore, the amount of bone removed after the osteotomy was greater on the right side. The yellow lines indicate the osteotomy line. There were 16 holes in the PCGs for the insertion of the bone screws. The empty red circle is the location of the screw holes in the PCGs, and the red circle on the right is the site of screw insertion. In the virtual face on the right side (where the maxillary bone is moved), the screws are marked, and the PCGs were designed after the image was constructed based on the virtual face on the left side (without moving the maxilla)

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