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Material and methods
- 1.A sterile quick response (QR) marker was attached to the lower dentition to allow tracking of the mandibular position through Hololens2.
- 2.A stainless-steel pointer, equipped with a second QR marker, was used to check the location of the planned osteotomy line (Fig. 1).
- 3.An Unity-based inhouse-developed Hololens application, enabled the surgeon to visualise the planned position of the osteotomy line and the three markings. The HoloLens displayed a virtual arrow at the location of the pointer to direct the surgeon to move the pointer to the planned position (Fig. 2).
Results and discussion
Conflict of interest
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