Since each image and each plan is different and follows a different objective or requires a different approach, you can use the transparent view to better observe the implants used in their respective positions.
It is often necessary to visually determine the quality of the bone at the planned implant position. The Hounsfield visualization provides support on this.
High and low density values can be observed at the planned implant location. Higher or lower primary stability can therefore be assumed when inserting the implants. The distance visualization of the Hounsfield units can be used to create concepts for preoperative planning in order to determine the correct preparation technique and the consecutive prosthetic solution.