The Future of Dentistry: Augmented Intelligence Can Identify Oral Issues, Improve Practice Efficiency

From diagnosis and treatment planning to practice management, augmented intelligence is positioned to transform the way dentists care for their patients.

“The adoption and implementation of augmented intelligence within the dental profession is poised to be a transformative technology in dental care delivery,” said Robert A. Faiella, D.M.D., chief dental officer of Overjet, which provides AI services to dental practices and insurance companies. “AI is just a technology, but if we create the desire for functionality, it is more than the technology alone; it connects us to a wider world of information and options.”

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