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Figure 4: A1/A2-simulated implant position acquired from a superimposition of the sleeve position with the STL of the surgical guide at the implant location using the same surgical offset of the originally planned implant. B1/B2: Real implant position was acquired by a superimposition of a new implant on top of the real implant on the postoperative cone-beam computed tomography. Note that the exposure was reduced in two-dimensional to minimize the distortion/artifacts of the real implant. C1/C2: The result was two accurate three-dimensional models of the planned (red) and real (gray) implant

Figure 4: A1/A2-simulated implant position acquired from a superimposition of the sleeve position with the STL of the surgical guide at the implant location using the same surgical offset of the originally planned implant. B1/B2: Real implant position was acquired by a superimposition of a new implant on top of the real implant on the postoperative cone-beam computed tomography. Note that the exposure was reduced in two-dimensional to minimize the distortion/artifacts of the real implant. C1/C2: The result was two accurate three-dimensional models of the planned (red) and real (gray) implant