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Based on the 3D image of the oral cavity generated by HiRes3D, the sclerotin and bone mass in the implanting area can be evaluated, and the location of implants and adjacent anatomic structures (e.g., mandibular canal, the submandibular gland, nasal cavity and maxillary sinus, etc.) can be determined, so that the implants’ position, length and diameter can be determined, which helps to reduce the possibility of neurovascular injuries complications and improve the success rate of implanting.  What’s more, the 3D data is also conducive to the computer-aided design and manufacturing of implant guides.
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