Romexis CMF Surgery is a new licensed module of Romexis for virtual planning of orthognathic surgeries. Starting from a 3D volume, intraoral scans, and a target occlusion scan, it is possible to design one-jaw or two-jaw orthognathic treatments. Based on the planned treatment,intermediate and final splints can also be designed in order to 3D print them and use them for carrying out the actual treatment.
The module has the following features available:
Several new features have been added:
New tools for adjusting luminosity, highlights, and shadows on the designed smile make it easier to achieve photorealistic results.
The whiteness of the smile area of the patient can be adjusted. This can be used to simulate the different degrees of the whitening of the patient’s original teeth.
Segmenting mandible and maxilla as separate models is sped up by the new workflow that makes the segmentation semi-automatically based on anatomical landmarks defined by the user.
3D objects can now also be directly exported as one or separate STL files from the Surface sub module.
The Romexis 3D Imaging module now supports working on models in .ply format that contain both colour and the surface information of models.
The 3D rendered view in the Romexis 3D Imaging module has been complemented with new control buttons for the quick orientation of volume.
Implant guides can be designed for immediate implant placement after tooth extraction.
Several new implants, sleeves and fixation pins added from various manufacturers.
The new licensed service of Romexis allows using it as a dental PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System), a system to which images from other Romexis installations or 3rd party imaging software can be sent and stored. Romexis DICOM Full licence is included in the package.