DentalMonitoring is now offering Smart STL powered by artificial intelligence (AI)-driven technology. According to a news release, the company has the only platform in the oral healthcare industry capable of creating updated STL files 100% remotely. This addition supports clinicians in providing treatment in convenient and cost-effective ways that have previously been impossible.
Previously, all STL file creation required a patient to visit their doctor’s office. However, doctors can now request an updated STL file at any stage of treatment through the DentalMonitoring dashboard. This eliminates the need for in-practice visits and delivers convenience to patients and efficiency to practices.
This unique technology creates 3D intraoral models with the sophistication of AI-powered scans, ensuring the new STL file represents the most up-to-date model possible based on a patient’s current smile.
DentalMonitoring CEO Philippe Salah said this achievement will save chair time and time previously spent on intraoral scans, while avoiding unnecessary visits to the practice for the patients.
“In the future, this could also help streamline management of mid-course corrections, refinements, retention and relapse,” he said in the news release.
Since 2014, DentalMonitoring has aimed to make dentistry smarter with solutions that help enhance the quality of care, enable practice growth and improve the patient experience.
Learn more about the new technology at: https://dental-monitoring.com/smart-stl/
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