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Implant-supported orbital prosthesis: a technical innovation of silicone fabrication

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Authors
Eo, Mi Young; Cho, Yun Ju; Nguyen, Truc Thi Hoang; Seo, Mi Hyun; Kim, Soung Min
Issue Date
2020-09-15
Publisher
Springer Open
Citation
International Journal of Implant Dentistry. 2020 Sep 15;6(1):51
Abstract
Background
Silicone-based facial prostheses have traditionally been considered difficult to make and require time-consuming fabrication due to their basic liquid characteristics.

Methods and results
A detailed procedure for creating an ideal silicone orbital prosthesis was developed, including dental implant-supported retention, three-dimensional (3D) orbital scanning with symmetric volume and size measurement based on matching the opposite side, master mold fabrication for convenient pouring of the liquid silicone elastomer, and easy and comfortable management of the prosthesis by the patient.

Conclusion
A silicone orbital prosthesis could be more easily and conveniently produced using updated surgical skills and modern 3D technology. The combination of 3D scanning with digital reconstruction and an innovative fabrication protocol using a reproducible major mold and multiple prototypes fitting resulted in an accuracy personalized facial prosthesis with accessible cost and short production period.
ISSN
2198-4034
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/169031
DOI
doi.org/10.1186/s40729-020-00248-0
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