Many people in need of Dental care might not have access due to their financial means. As much as AR is assisting the efficiency and reduction of error for healthcare professionals, AI can also transform the patient experience for the better. Going to the dentist is one of the least popular appointments, even kids who get to leave school for an hour or so, are reluctant to hear someone tell them not to eat their favorite candy or that they should brush their teeth more methodically. Imagine finally going for that root canal that you have done well to avoid and to relax you, the Dentist gives you a Virtual Reality (VR) mask and sends your mind to the opera. The VR program design is to trick your brain that it is elsewhere and as a result, reduces stress and anxiety levels.
Everything is a Gadget.
Wearable Tech-savvy gear is refining their data collection techniques to send precise information [like your blood pressure and temperature] to your doctor. A toothbrush is no longer just plastic and nylon. It comes with a companion app to assist you with brushing techniques that combat all the plaque and germs in your mouth. The value of personal information is growing rapidly and so advanced Technologies like this Smart toothbrush to gather data from users for third parties like Insurance companies.
It’s Getting Better All the Time.
The addition of AR in the educational spaces will only enhance the quality of the work produced for these systems have a real-life experience feature for practicing the authentic experience without affecting the quality of life of any person. For example, AR reduces the scarring of incisions and gives patients a less traumatizing experience. If that doesn’t have you more at ease, perhaps the development of dental fillings will get you excited for your next appointment. Instead of the tedious practice of getting a root canal, these fillings will trigger the stem cells to the regeneration of the tooth under study. AI is becoming a release for those insecure about their dental condition that get a bit nervous about going to the Dentist.