Computerised Planning of Orthognathic Surgery

  • D. J. Birnie
  • N. W. T. Harradine
  • D. Barnard
Conference paper


Orthognathic surgery is the surgical correction of jaw deformity. It may be carried out to prevent damage to soft tissue, to improve masticatory function [1,2], to improve facial appearance, or for a combination of these reasons.


Orthognathic Surgery Mandibular Advancement Soft Tissue Change Cephalometric Analysis Facial Deformity 
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  • D. J. Birnie
  • N. W. T. Harradine
  • D. Barnard

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