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October 11, 2022 Feature Computer softwareDental TechnologyOral Health

AI in Dentistry: A Gentle Revolution

by Ophir Tanz, CEO, Pearl

Some years ago, a widely read magazine published a writer’s first-hand account of going to 50 dentists and getting almost as many different diagnoses and treatment plans, ranging in cost from under $500 to nearly $30,000. The author’s conclusion, no

October 11, 2022 Feature Dental TechnologyOral Health

The AI Golden Age

by Dan Hagi DDS, FAGD, FICOI, (A)FAAID

‘‘We’re at the beginning of a golden age of AI. Recent advancements have already led to inventions that previously lived in the realm of science fiction – and we’ve only scratched the surface of what’s possible.” Jeff Bezos, 2019 Artificial

Radiographic Interpretation
June 24, 2022 Feature Dental HygieneDental TechnologyDentistryRadiology

Reducing Noise in Dentistry: The Role of AI in Improving Radiographic Interpretation

by Michelle Budd, D.D.S, Patient Safety Consultant, dentalcorp; Julian Perez, J.D., Chief Legal Officer, dentalcorp

A patient emails 20 different dentists her recently taken full mouth series of x-rays, stating, “My previous dentist took these just before I moved to town. The move was sudden (work-related), so my dentist never had a chance to tell

Artificial Intelligence
April 29, 2022 Feature Dental TechnologyNew TechnologiesOral Health OfficePractice management

Artificial Intelligence: New Technology vs. the Old Me

by Dr. Bruce Pynn, MSC, DDS, FRCD

“Alexa, give me the number of new patients in January 2022.” “Siri, play my patient’s favourite music.”Advertisement “Hey Google, tell my patients some jokes.” “Alexa, start the timer for the dental sterilizer.” Who are these people that we always speak

November 13, 2018 Feature Dental TechnologyOral Health OfficePublic Relations - Patient Care

Sentiment Analysis as a Unique ‘Smile Improvement’ Technology for Dentists

by Dr. Steffany Mohan

For dentists, advanced technology means using the latest treatment tools, such as digital X-rays, diode lasers, CAD/CAM, etc., but something like Artificial Intelligence (AI) as a practice assistant, I bet most of us never gave much thought to the idea.

November 5, 2018 News BlogsPractice OperationsTechnology

Rise of the Dental Machines?

by Shawn Peers, DentalPeers

Many markets across Canada are experiencing a serious shortage in qualified team members across all positions. Whether you are looking for a dental assistant, hygienist or admin team member, gone are the days of having multiple candidates to choose from.

February 17, 2011 News General News

Danger Will Robinson, Danger………..you’re out of a job….

by ken

IBM computer could act as a physician’s assistant, sorting electronic medical histories and even diagnosing patients……….. Computerworld – The game show-playing supercomputer Watson is expected to do much more than make a name for itself on Jeopardy. IBM’s computer could very well