Virtual Monitoring Solution Applies to All Aligner and Braces Treatments and Brands

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DentalMonitoring said that it offers the industry’s only virtual monitoring solution applicable to both aligner and braces treatments of all types and brands based on artificial intelligence (AI), as most practices serve a mixed clientele of users. 

“Our solution has made yet another major breakthrough, and we are proud to unveil a new suite of functionalities of our platform,” said company CEO Philippe Salah.

“Dental professionals can now monitor all their aligner and braces cases independent of brand with the same, highly scalable, AI-driven workflow,” Salah said.

“In addition to monitoring treatment progress, they can now actively define and monitor clinical goals for each patient. This results in more active control, productivity, and a new level of safety and confidence for their practice: a real mindset shift for our industry,” he said.

“Doctors now have complete control over all orthodontic treatment and can automatically track inter-arch parameters such as the overbite, the overjet, the transverse, or class correction of patients or detect the arch wire and auxiliaries passivity in addition to the intra-arch parameters they were already able to track with our solution,” he said.

“Dental professionals can virtualize and automate all non-clinical procedures and schedule appointments only when needed. At the same time, the patients’ compliance and engagement are improved, thanks to the complete revamping or our highly rated patient app,” he said.

Powered by AI and a database of more than half a billion patient photographs, the company’s virtual practice solutions are designed to give dental professionals the flexibility and convenience they need to safely address all sorts of orthodontic patient cases and optimize chair time, DentalMonitoring said.

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