ADT Japan Regional Group

2016 North American/Japan RLG Workshop
San Diego, California USA
June 16-18th, 2016
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Leadership Group
The ADT Japanese Leadership Group was established and convened at the Tokyo meeting in December 3, 2011.

Chairman: Professor Yuzuru Kaneko
President of Tokyo Dental College

 

 

 

 

 

Executive Director & Secretory: Dr. Masayuki Takano
Executive Director & Secretory: Dr. Yasuhiro Kizu

Board of Councilors
Prof. Ken Omura, Prof. Ichiro Saito, Prof. Jun Shimada, Prof. Tomohiko Ishigami, Prof. Tetsu Takahashi, Prof. Jeorge Sekine, Prof. Yasutomo Yajima, Dr. Hiromasa Kawana, Mr. Tomoki Itamiya

Mission
The ADT Japanese Leadership Group advances interdisciplinary digital technology in maxillo-facial reconstruction. The member of ADT Japanese Leadership Group collaborates with ADT world member on the international conferences.


2013 Meeting-

The 1st conference of Japanese society for Advanced Digital Technology in maxillofacial reconstruction : JADT was held on November 10, 2013 in Tokyo, Japan.

Conference Attendance
Participants- 132
Industry Partners- 12
Special Lectures- 2
Oral Presentations- 21

Committee Chairs

Dr. Yuzuru Kaneko
Professor & President
Tokyo Dental College

Dr. Masayuki Takano
Professor of Tokyo Dental College
Department of Oral Maxillofacial Surgery

Dr. Yasuhiro Kizu
Senior Assistant Professor
Tokyo Dental College
Department of Oral Implantology
Oral Medicine and Oral Maxillofacial Surgery


Special Lectures

Attempt to Assist Oral Surgery by Haptic Robot

OHNISHI Kouhei
Department of System Design Engineeing, Keio University

Haptics is a name of technology to transmit the force and tactile sensation by communication channel. Audible and Visual sensations have been transmitted in artificial way. Transmittal of force from distant place has been a dream of human being. The first experiment was done in US more than 70 years ago. From 2002, a team was formed for establishment of haptic technology and a first successful experiment wasmade in 2003 and a basic patent was been held. The lecture will introduce a bone drilling experiment by haptic technology, and also it will show us how safety is improved.

 

The State-of-the-Art of Clinical Multimodality Imaging Applications
in Head and Neck Area for Reconstruction Surgery

KUNO Hirofumi
Diagnostic Radiology Division, National Cancer Center Hospital East

Diagnostic imaging is an area gathered for Advanced Science and Technology. Especially, the advances of CT/MRI are remarkable, such as 320-row area-detector CT, Dual-energy CT and 3-Tesla MR images. Head and neck cancer need to be evaluated accurately for tumor extension, because treatment can impact heavily on a patient’s quality of life and optimal therapeutic outcome. This presentation discusses the clinical application to the head and neck cancer using diagnostic imaging equipment state-of-the-art, and illustrates how new imaging tools can be applied for evaluation of head and neck cancer and reconstruction surgery.


Oral Presentations

1. Haptic Dental Implant Surgery Support System Using Position Limitation Based on Task Hierarchy
YU Koyo1),UOZUMI Seiji1),OHNISHI Kohei1), USUDA Shin2),NAKAGAWA Taneaki2),KAWANA Hiromasa2)
1)Department of System Design Engineering, Keio University
2)Department of Dentistry and Oral Surgery, School of Medicine, Keio University

2. Vertical distraction osteogenesis of a reconstructed mandible with a free non-vascularized iliac bone designed by CT simulation: a case report
KOJIMA Taku1),YOSHIZAWA Michiko1),SAITO Naoaki1) SUDA Daisuke1),TAKASHIMA Makiko2),ARAI Yoshiaki2) KOBAYASHI Tadaharu1)
1)Division of Reconstructive Surgery for Oral and Maxillofacial Region, Department of Tissue Regeneration and Reconstruction, Niigata University Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences
2)Temporomandibular Joint Clinic, Niigata University Medical and Dental Hospital

3. Considering Angulation and Direction of Dental Implants in Prosthetic of All-on-4® Treatment Concept: Three-Dimensional Finite Element Analysis
MIYAMOTO Satoshi1,2),KIZU Yasuhiro1,2),KATAKURA Akira2)
1)Medical Co. Kizu Dental Clinic, Oral & Maxillofacial Care Clinic YOKOHAMA
2)Department of Oral Medicine Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Tokyo Dental College

4. A case of functional rehabilitation supported by Implant Overdenture using a computer-guided system to tissue defects in postoperative cancer of the oral floor
NAMIKI Shuuji1),FUKUZAWA Sachiko1,5),TAKEYASU Yoshihiro1) SATO Kazumichi2),YAMAUCHI Tomohiro2),ISHIZAKI Ken2,3),KIZU Yasuhiro1,6) SASAKI Kenichi4,5),KATAKURA Akira1,2),TAKANO Nobuo2)
1)Department of Oral Medicine, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Tokyo Dental College
2)Oral Cancer Center, Tokyo Dental College
3)Department of Removable Prosthodontics & Gerodontology, Tokyo Dental College
4)Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Tokyo Dental College
5)Sasaki Dentistry, Oral and Maxillofacial Care Clinic
6)Medical Co. Kizu Dental Clinic, Oral & Maxillofacial Care Clinic YOKOHAMA

5. The new postoperative evaluation of grafted bonein the alveolar cleft using the three-dimensional computed tomography data
YOSHIDA Shuji1),SUGA Kenichiro2),NAKANO Yoko2) SAKAMOTO Teruo3),TAKAKI Takashi2),UCHIYAMA Takeshi2)
1)Department of Stomatology, Tokyo Metropolitan Ohtsuka Hospital
2)Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Tokyo Dental College
3)Department of Orthodontics, Tokyo Dental College.

6. Biomechanical analysis of maxillary prosthodontic reconstruction using implants after oncology resection
KIN Mira1),NAMIKI Shuuji1),TAKEYASU Yoshihiro1),MIYAMOTO Satoshi2),
UJIGAWA Kiyoto3),KIZU Yasuhiro2),KATAKURA Akira1)
1)Department of Oral Medicine, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Tokyo Dental Collage
2)Medical co. Kizu Dental Clinic, Oral & Maxillofacial Care Clinic YOKOHAMA
3)Shinfuji Hospital Department of Dentistry

7. Use of CAD/CAM surgical splint from computer simulation in orthognathic surgery
YAMAUCHI Kensuke,NOGAMI Shinnosuke,GOTO Satoshi,TAKAHASHI Tetsu
Div. of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Tohoku University, Graduate school of dentistry

8. Study of the simulation precision of the three-dimensional computer assisted orthognathic surgery
TAKAKI Takashi1),OKAMOTO Erina1),KOGOU Tadashi1),HIROTA Masayuki1)
YAMAMOTO Masae1),TAKANO Nobuo1,2),SHIBAHARA Takahiko1)
1)Tokyo Dental College Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
2)Tokyo Dental College Oral Canser Center

9. Application of CBCT and Computer Graphic in the treatment of jaw deformity in the orthodontic clinic
FURUYA Tadanori1),CHAYA Hitoshi1),ENDOH Norio1) NISHIKATA Satoshi2),HORIMUKAI Hiromasa2)
1)Uni orthodontic clinic
2)Sapporo Higashi Tokushukai Hospital Dept. of Dentistry and Oral Surgery

10. Feasibility of computer-assisted maxillary distraction for cleft lip and palate-related midfacial hypoplasia patients
KANNO Takahiro1,2),SUKEGAWA Shintaro2),NARIAI Yoshiki1) ISHIBASHI Hiroaki1),FURUKI Yoshihiko2),SEKINE Joji1)
1) Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Shimane University Faculty of Medicine, Izumo, Japan
2) Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Kagawa Prefectural Central Hospital, Takamatsu, Japan

11. Development of a functional prosthesis
FUKUI Tsuyoshi1),AKAMATSU Tadashi1),MIYASAKA Muneo1)
KAWASIMA Norimichi2),TSUNEKUNI Kouji3)
1)Tokai University School of Medicine Department of Plastic Surgery
2)International Pacific University
3)AHEAD Laboratories Inc.

12. Evaluation of lingual nerve damage by magnetoencephalograhy
KOEDA Satoko1),KUMAGAI Masahiro2),KANNO Akitake3,4) NAKASATO Nobukazu5),KABASAWA Yuji1),OMURA Ken1)
1)Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Tokyo Medical and Dental University
2)Department of Oral Surgery, Tohoku Kosai Hospital
3)MEG Laboratory, Kohnan Hospital
4)Department of Functional Brain Imaging Institute of Development, Aging and Cancer
5)Department of Epileptology, Tohoku University School of Medicine

13. OMEGA scanner used for human body measurement: Precision and applicability study
HIKOSAKA Makoto1),KATO Tatsuya2),KANEKO Tsuyoshi1) TAKAMATSU Ako1),NAGASHIMA Hayato1)
1)Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, National Center for Child Health and Development
2)Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, School of Medicine, Keio University

14. The regeneration of vascularized bone grafts and the importance of digital technology
TOBITA Morikuni,MIZUNO Hiroshi
Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Juntendo university School of Medicine

15. Computer assisted mandibular reconstruction with the fibula
YAJIMA Yasuharu1),IWAI Toshinori1),KITAJIMA Hirotaki1),OOHARA Yoshihito1)
OGURI Senri1),HIROTA Makoto1),KIOI Mitomu1),MITSUDO Kenji1)
YASUMURA Kazunori2),MAEGAWA Jiro3),TOHNAI Iwai1)
1)Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Yokohama City University Graduate School of Medicine
2)Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Yokohama City University Hospital
3)Department of Plastic Surgery, Yokohama City University Graduate school of Medicine
Bone reconstruction of large mandibular defect is very challenging. Therefore, we report computer

16. Clinical Experience of a low price color 3D solid model simulation for maxillofacial surgery
AKAMATSU Tadashi1),HANAI Ushio1),SUZUKI Sachi1) MIYASAKA Muneo1),KUZUSAKO Junichi2)
1)Department of Plastic Surgery, Tokai University School of Medicine
2)Sony EMCS Corporation

17. Examination about the utility of the operation plan using Rapid prototyping model
KAKUYA Takanori1),SHIGA Takeaki1),MORIKAWA Takamichi1)
NOMURA Takesi1),SUGA Ken-ichiro1),TAKAKI Takashi1)
TAKANO Nobuo1,2),SHIBAHARA Takahiko1)
1)Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Tokyo Dental College
2)Oral Cancer Center, Tokyo Dental College

18. Establishment of TDC Fabrication Laboratory
MATSUNAGA Satoru,ABE Shinichi
Department of Anatomy, Tokyo Dental College

19. The super light-weighting technology that is suitable for the daily use
of the 3D medical model data
ITAMIYA Tomoki
School of Design, Tokyo University of Technology

20. Auto Classification of Dental Formula Using Adaboost
AIZAWA Mitsuhiro1),NISHIKAWA Kei-ichi2),SASAKI Keita1) KOBAYASHI Norio1),IMOTO Ken-ichi2),WAKO Mamoru2)
1)Dept. of Radiology, Suidobashi Hospital, Tokyo Dental College
2)Dept. of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology, Tokyo Dental College

21. Usefulness of 3D Movie Images in Practice of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
KASAHARA Kiyohiro1),TAKAYAMA Yuki1),SUGAHARA Keisuke1),YAMAMURA Tetsuo1),TAKANO Masayuki1),SAITO Chikara1)SHIBAHARA Takahiko1),KIZU Yasuhiro2),SEKINE Hidesi 3)
1)Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
2)Oral Implantology of Suidobashi Hospital,3)Department of Oral Implantology, Tokyo Dental College