Two-dimensional X-ray diagnostics are often not sufficient to plan implant treatments reliably. Then problems can arise during the procedure: For example, that one only notices "in the middle" where the nerves and tooth roots run, and the original implant then no longer fits at all.
This is where 3D implant planning comes in. It makes it possible to identify existing challenges in advance and offer a precisely fitting implant.
Since existing bone can be utilized much better thanks to this technology, it may even save lengthy pre-treatments such as bone augmentation.