What are the new dental technologies in 2022?

Teledentistry can deliver basic dental exam via  a mobile device, and provide a basic diagnosis and decision if a further clinical exam required.

Artificial intelligance is a rapidly developing diagnostic tool that aids in the accurate digital interpretation of diagnositic data such as x rays and CBCT.

Virtual Reality and Augmented reality can help dentists provide more accurate diagnosis and care. Can also help the patient by providing digital distraction.

3D printing- It is cost effective and will translate to reduction in price for the patient, as well as a one visit dentistry.

At 286 Madison Dental we aleays keep up with the technology trends. Call us for an appointment and see what's new.

Dr. Aviram Shmuely

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