Dentistry.AI, in association with top dentists around the world, is advancing the world's most sophisticated caries detection software powered by artificial intelligence.
AI enables the caries detection software to rapidly locate caries on dental x-rays. Dentistry.AI caries detection software is approved for clinical use as an Investigational Device under U.S. FDA regulations. Dentistry.AI integrates seamlessly with all types of x-ray sensors and detects caries within a few seconds.
Cloud based Artificial Intelligence algorithms that accurately detect caries on bitewings x-rays.
Secure and fully HIPAA compliant system with a cloud based HIPAA compliant data storage architecture.
Can be installed with a few clicks in less than five minutes. Works seamlessly with all types of x-ray sensors and imaging software to automatically analyze x-rays.
Comes with a suite of enhanced image manipulation and navigation tools for dental x-rays.
Caries diagnosis is one of the most important diagnostic skills that oral healthcare professionals must learn; and yet, it remains one of the most difficult skills to reliably and predictably master with the human eye. Many studies estimate that 20-40% of caries remain undetected in the clinic.
By using AI powered caries detection technology to assist them, dentists can find many of the dental caries that currently get missed. AI powered technology instantly identifies areas on dental x-rays that have a high probability of caries, alerting dentists to focus more closely on these areas in their clinical examination.
Dentistry.AI is a breakthrough artificial intelligence technology that automatically detects dental cavities by analyzing bitewings x-rays. It assists dentists to find caries that might otherwise remain undetected. It saves dentists time by immediately focusing their attention on high probability areas of caries. Dentistry.AI software can be installed at any dental clinic. It works seamlessly with all x-ray sensors and imaging systems.
Artificial Intelligence (often referred to as “AI”) is a type of software technology that allows computers to learn and apply knowledge in the same way that humans think. AI software works by creating a set of nodes and connections that accumulate and apply learning by seeing actual data: emulating the structure and learning process of a human brain.
Dentists use a variety of tools and methods to detect caries. These include visual examination, special lights to aid human vision, quantitative light induced fluorescence equipment, and, most importantly, visual examination of dental x-rays.
Caries diagnosis is one of the most basic diagnostic skills that oral healthcare professionals must learn; and yet, it remains one of the most difficult skills to reliably and predictably master with the human eye. Many studies have concluded that 20-40% of caries currently get missed in regular clinical settings.
Dentistry.AI's goal is to help dentists to detect the 20-40% of caries that currently go undetected in the clinic. Dentistry.AI automatically analyzes dental x-rays using artificial intelligence and instantly identifies high probability areas of caries. This gives dentists a tool for deciding where to focus more attention in their clinical examination. .
Dentistry.AI has been approved under U.S. FDA regulations for regular clinical use to evaluate its performance and utility in providing patient care. Specifically, dentists who sign on as clinical investigators (or co-investigators) for Dentistry.AI are permitted to install and use Dentistry.AI in their clinic and use it while providing regular patient care, just like they would use any tool in their clinic. Any licensed dentist can apply to be a Dentistry.AI co-investigator.
Yes, Dentistry.AI has a secure and fully HIPAA compliant system, including both data storage and entire technology architecture.
Dentists who have signed up and been accepted as co-investigators for Dentistry.AI can use Dentistry.AI in their clinic. Any licensed dentist can apply to become a co-investigator on Dentistry.AI's website.
All licensed dentists are invited to join as clinical investigators under Dentistry.AI's investigation protocol, subject to Dentistry.AI's approval and their acceptance of the specified terms and agreements.
A clinical investigator (or co-investigator) is any licensed dentist who has signed up and been accepted as a co-investigator for Dentistry.AI. Co-investigators must agree to use Dentistry.AI in their clinical practice and provide feedback for evaluating its effectiveness and utility in providing patient care. Co-investigators must accept the terms of the required standard documents by clicking “I Accept”. There are two required standard documents (1) Investigator Agreement under Dentistry.AI's investigation protocol; and (2) Business Associate Agreement (BAA). A co-investigator's role is to install the Dentistry.AI software at their clinic, use it in their clinical practice, and provide feedback on the software's performance. Feedback is collected within the software interface.
Denistry.AI has received a waiver of patient consent under U.S. FDA regulations. Thus, there is no requirement for dentists to get patient consent for using Dentistry.AI in their clinic. Dentists are permitted to use Dentistry.AI in their clinical practice while providing regular patient care, just like they would use any tool in their clinic.
However, as a matter of choice, dentists may find it beneficial to show patients the caries predicted by Dentistry.AI while discussing their clinical findings and deciding treatment plans. Such discussions with patients are neither required nor prohibited: it is solely a matter of the dentist's preference.
Dentistry.AI is a software application. It is completely non-invasive. Dentistry.AI serves as an aid for dentists in providing clinical care to their patients. Dentistry.AI is not intended as a substitute for any existing clinical processes or procedures. In accordance with its risk profile, Dentistry.AI has been classified as a “Non-Significant Risk” Device under U.S. FDA regulations.
Dentistry.AI is approved for clinical use as an investigational device under U.S. federal law to evaluate its effectiveness and utility in providing patient care. Dentists are advised to utilize and evaluate Dentistry.AI's caries predictions as an aid in diagnosing caries and in supporting their own clinical examinations. Dentistry.AI should not be used as a substitute for any other clinical process or procedure.
Dentistry.AI is not a commercial product. It is an investigational device approved for clinical use by dentists to evaluate its effectiveness and utility in providing patient care. Any licensed dentist can sign on to become a co-investigator under the Dentistry.AI investigation protocol (subject to Dentistry.AI's approval) and install Dentistry.AI at their clinic for use in their clinical practice.
Dentistry.AI's current performance statistics are:
Any licensed dentist can sign on to become a co-investigator at the Dentistry.AI website. Accepted co-investigators must accept the required agreements online (by clicking “I Agree”). Once the sign up process has been completed, the dentist will receive a link to download the Dentistry-AI software. It requires a few clicks and less than five minutes to install the Dentistry.AI software. Alternatively, dentists can set up a conference call for the Dentistry.AI team to install the software at their clinic. The software works automatically with all types of x-ray sensors and imaging systems. After the software is installed, it works seamlessly and automatically in the background, instantly showing the predicted caries every time a patient's dental x-rays are taken at the clinic.
The Dentistry.AI software is very easy and intuitive to use. The software contains many embedded training modules and helpful hints. A demo video is provided within the software. A live demo can be requested at any time. A skilled support team is available at all times to answer questions or provide training on request.
Once Dentistry.AI has been installed at a dental clinic, it analyzes x-rays automatically. Whenever a patient's bitewings x-rays are taken at the clinic, they are uploaded automatically to the Dentistry.AI cloud-based software for analysis. Within a few seconds, the x-ray is displayed with annotations (small square outlines) showing high probability areas for caries.
Dentists use the caries predictions as a guide in their clinical examination: to find caries that might otherwise be missed and to focus more attention where it is needed.
Dentists provide clinical feedback on the predicted caries by confirming or rejecting the AI predictions based on their own clinical findings. Feedback is provided within the software.
As a matter of choice, dentists may find it beneficial to show patients the caries predicted by Dentistry.AI while discussing their clinical findings and making treatment plans. Dentistry.AI provides on-screen viewing tools to enable sharing the Dentistry.AI caries predictions with patients.
It takes Dentistry.AI less than 4 seconds to analyze an x-ray and show the predicted caries.
Dentistry.AI is intended as an aid for dentists in their clinical diagnosis of caries. Dentistry.AI shows dentists high probability areas for caries that require attention in the dentist's clinical examination. Dentistry.AI is an investigational device for clinical use under an investigation protocol to evaluate its effectiveness and utility in providing patient care. Dentistry.AI should not be used as a substitute for any other clinical process or procedure. Caries should not be diagnosed based solely on Dentistry.AI.
Dentists are not required to change anything about their interactions or communications with patients when they use Dentistry.AI in their clinic. Dentistry.AI can be used just like any other software or tool dentists use in their clinical practice. However, as a matter of choice, dentists may find it beneficial to show patients the caries predicted by Dentistry.AI while discussing their clinical findings with patients and making treatment plans. Dentistry.AI provides on-screen viewing tools for showing the Dentistry.AI caries predictions to patients.
|Operating system||Windows 7 (64-bit)|
|Windows 8.1 (64-bit)|
|Windows 10 (64-bit)|
|RAM||≥ 4 GB|
|CPU||≥ 2,3 GHz DualCore|
|HARD DISK||≥ 128 GB|
|Graphic settings||Minimum 1280 x 1024 px , recommended 1600 x 1200 px|
Yes. During the Dentistry.AI set up process a lightweight windows based application is installed to integrate the clinic's dental imaging software with Dentistry.AI so that dental x-rays taken at the clinic can be uploaded automatically to Dentistry.AI's cloud based system for analysis.
Yes. Dentistry.AI integrates seamlessly with all types of imaging software used by dental clinics. There is no need for a clinic to change its existing imaging software in order to install or use Dentistry.AI.
Yes. Dentistry.AI works with all x-ray imaging sensors used in dental clinics.
It usually takes a minute to install the Dentistry.AI software and few minutes to configure it by following the standard stepwise prompts that are required when downloading any software.
Dentistry.AI's software integrates seamlessly with all types of x-ray sensors and imaging software. Whenever a patient's x-rays are taken at the dental clinic they are automatically submitted to Dentistry.AI's cloud-based system for analysis and the caries prediction results are displayed on the screen within a few seconds. Bitewings x-rays can also be submitted manually by using a simple drag-and-drop interface provided in Dentistry.AI.
Yes. Dentistry.AI requires a good internet connection for a dental clinic to communicate with Dentistry.AI's cloud-based system. Dentistry.AI will not work effectively without a steady and reasonably fast internet connection.