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AI driven Orthodontic Devices: Independent Tooth Movers (ITM)

Published:January 17, 2023DOI:https://doi.org/10.1053/j.sodo.2023.01.006

      Abstract

      The impact of digital revolution is undeniable in almost all aspects of our life including orthodontics. Is the impact of the artificial intelligence (AI) revolution the same? This article claims that AI will similarly have a huge impact on almost everything in the coming years including orthodontic devices. In this paper the potential for usage of AI in different orthodontic devices and particularly in Independent Movers is compared.

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