Something that we cannot deny is the existence of artificial intelligence in the dental world, innovating in helping professionals in the sector in their day-to-day work, also reaching patients, but it must always be used to ensure quality and safety.

These new AIs reach patients, helping professionals to make decisions at the time of diagnosis and treatment monitoring, identifying data through images.


Visual Dx

Through images and some symptoms of the patients, it can obtain a list of possible diagnoses, being one of the leading software in the medical sector.


It focuses on making only one diagnosis, trying to make the diagnosis that is as accurate as possible for the patient and his or her case.


One of the first dental AI platforms that automatically detects numerous conditions on dental X-rays to provide dentists with superior radiological accuracy support, with a number of features including extensive detection capabilities and consistent, real-time results.


An artificial intelligence that helps in dental implant surgery, guiding the professional to perform the surgery, being like a GPS of the operation, being a simple aid, not a substitute.



One of the pioneers in AI in the dental sector is Spotimplant, who use it to identify dental implants by taking a periapical X-ray showing the unidentified implant, their AI analyses the image and their experts review the results it provides.

Spotimplant is software that allows you to identify an unknown implant based on any X-ray image it provides.

These artificial intelligences help in performing intraoral scans by obtaining only the information that is really being asked for, also with the follow-ups of dental aligners, the patients themselves are performing this scan through an application on their mobile phone.


With personalised and participatory Artificial Intelligence, they increase the dental surgeon’s performance, not replace it.

Allisone simplifies patient understanding through colour coding of radiographs, improving education and adherence to dental treatment. Through the prominent visualisation of radiographic elements and proposed treatments, communication between practitioner and patient is strengthened, increasing patient confidence.

It offers tools to facilitate treatment continuity, allowing practitioners to quickly create personalised treatment plans and share reports and educational materials with patients.


In Dental CAD the pioneers are Dentbird Solutions offering anterior client design, multiple case design, improved crown design, margin drawing and improved UX/UI.

They have expanded their services, the key to their upgrade being the expanded scope of the solution and also including anterior teeth and multiple cases without being limited to posterior teeth.

They have also improved the AI crown design, which suggests anatomical crown designs to the practitioner, also with margin line detection, proximal contact area and occlusal shaping in a more sophisticated way.

They have aimed for greater user convenience by developing user-friendly software, including improved UX/UI, margin drawing and improved quality of service to make it easier to use.

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