Asthma in children is recognized as a disease area with a high medical need. As the
investigators move into this field it is necessary to improve the investigators knowledge of
upper airway anatomical structure in paediatric patients. This study will provide
airway/facial morphologies from controlled asthmatic patients. Limited facial morphology can
be used in order to build models to study the delivery of medication through a device that
requires for example a facemask. In this study the anatomical structure of the upper airway
and the facial geometry will be evaluated using a Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) scan.
The scan will be taken in a population of 20 asthmatic children between 6 and 12 years old.