The MIDAS Journal - MICCAI 2011 Workshop: Systems and Architectures for Computer Assisted Interventions
MICCAI 2011 Workshop: Systems and Architectures for Computer Assisted Interventions, September 18-22, 2011, Toronto, Canada
This paper describes an integrated system for dental implantation including both preoperative planning utilizing computer-aided technology and automatic robot operation during the intra-operative stage. A novel two-step registration procedure was applied for transforming the preoperative plan to the operation of the robot, with the help of a Coordinate Measurement Machine (CMM). Experiments with a patient-specific phantom were carried out to evaluate the registration error for both position and orientation. After adopting several improvements, registration accuracy of the system was significantly improved. Sub-millimeter accuracy with the Target Registration Errors (TREs) of 0.38±0.16 mm (N=5) was achieved. The target orientation errors after registration and after phantom drilling were 0.92±0.16 ° (N=5) and 1.99±1.27 ° (N=14), respectively. These results permit the ultimate goal of an automated robotic system for dental implantation.
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Original Publication Citation
Sun, X., Yoon, Y., Li, J., & McKenzie, F. D. (2011) An integrated computer-aided robotic system for dental implantation. In The MIDAS Journal - MICCAI 2011 Workshop: Systems and Architectures for Computer Assisted Interventions (pp. 1-8). The Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention Society. https://doi.org/10.54294/9z73p5
Sun, Xiaoyan; Yoon, Yongki; Li, Jiang; and McKenzie, Frederic D., "An Integrated Computer-Aided Robotic System for Dental Implantation" (2011). Electrical & Computer Engineering Faculty Publications. 367.
0000-0002-5277-1697 (Yoon), 0000-0003-0091-6986 (Li)