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Resources to keep you informed about dental Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence
in the dental world

Artificial intelligence is involved in many aspects and specialities of the dental world. It always supports and enhances genuine medical expertise. But never without the involvement of a healthcare professional.
Training, decision support, planning support…. Discover a non-exhaustive list of contributions to this new (r)evolution.

Early diagnosis

Thanks to AI, practitioners can detect problems such as cavities, periodontal diseases and other oral illnesses earlier, using X-ray images analysed by algorithms.

Implant Planning

AI provides better visualisation and planning of implant sites, optimising the angle and location of the implant for better bone integration and long-term functionality.

Orthodontic Forecast

AI-based systems can accurately predict how a patient’s teeth will move during orthodontic treatment, for a more efficient planning.

Equipment Design

AI can help to automatically design prostheses, clear aligners and other devices, optimising the form and function for each patient.

Patients Monitoring

With AI applications, practitioners can remotely monitor treatment progress, identify potential problems and adjust the treatment plan.

Patient Education & Awareness

AI can be used to generate customised simulations on how patients’ teeth may look after treatment, increasing understanding and commitment.

Automating Appointment Management

Chatbots and other AI tools can help plan, remind and reschedule patient appointments, improving administrative efficiency.

Clinical Decision Support

AI can provide data-driven recommendations to help dentists take treatment decisions.

Continuing Education

AI systems can help train practitioners by providing complex case simulations, with a focus on new techniques and technologies.

Detecting Epidemiological Trends

By analysing large patient databases, AI can help identify trends in oral healthcare, which is important for research and prevention.


Artificial intelligence raises a number of concerns The dental world is obviously affected. Here you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions.

Yes, AI accurately analyses x-rays to help dentists detect cavities earlier. AI is therefore a tool for practitioners to provide faster and more effective treatment.

Yes, but its main purpose is to suggest plans that orthodontists can then adjust, customising treatment according to patients’ individual needs.

AI supports practitioners by providing accurate analyses and visualisations, for a more precise surgical planning and better implant placement.

No, AI can help anticipate possible complications and adjust follow-up plans, but check-ups remain essential.

No, AI is a diagnostic decision tool that provides analyses and suggestions, but the dentist makes the final diagnosis using his clinical experience and judgement.

It optimises scheduling and reduces waiting times, allowing dentists to focus on patient care.

AI improves the customisation of dental aligners, it can simulate potential outcomes and adjust treatment plans, but the dental professional monitors the treatment and makes changes if necessary.

No, AI can assist surgeons by improving the precision and efficiency of procedures, but human skills and expertise remain crucial.

AI analyses the risk data and suggests preventive measures, but the dentist implements these measures and informs the patient.

AI provides customised treatment options based on data analysis, but the final choice always remains with the orthodontist and the patient.

No, it helps to identify areas requiring special attention, but the cleaning is carried out by a dental professional.

AI is a valuable tool for organising and analysing data efficiently, allowing rapid access and saving time for the practitioner, but human understanding and interpretation are essential.

No, AI helps by identifying certain information, but confirmation from a dental radiologist is still necessary.

It provides unprecedented precision and speed of design, but the final approval and adjustments are made by a dental professional.

It increases precision and reduces operating time, but control and responsibility remain in the hands of the dental surgeon.

AI can suggest plans based on the analysis of patient data, but the approval of the final treatment plans depends on the clinical judgement of the practitioner.

AI provides visualisations and simulations to help the patient understand the procedure, but the actual, empathetic communication is provided by the practitioner.

No, AI provides analyses and recommendations based on a very large number of previous cases and patient information, but the final decision is made by the orthodontist after consulting the patient.

AI identifies symptoms and potential early signals in the patient data, but the final diagnosis and treatment is made by the practitioner.

AI provides precise pre-operative planning and effective post-operative monitoring, but the surgeon’s expertise and judgement are essential to optimise results.

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