From helping dentists interpret radiographs to speeding up the adjudication of dental insurance claims, augmented intelligence is poised to transform dentistry.
“To call it transformative, we really need to ascribe some functionality to it,” said Robert Faiella, D.M.D., chief dental officer of Overjet and past president of the American Dental Association. “Today, we hope to give you an introduction on several areas where it’s currently being used, as well as areas where we have visions for the future.”
“I think AI has the potential to actually have the ability to break silos in health care because if we had access to every health detail and data of a patient, as a dental health care provider, we can treat this patient better,” Dr. Ramesh said.
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