ADA releases report on AI in dentistry

Standards committee covers clinical, administrative uses in white paper


A new white paper by the American Dental Association Standards Committee on Dental Informatics discusses applications of artificial and augmented intelligence in dentistry.

ADA SCDI White Paper No. 1106 for Dentistry — Overview of Artificial and Augmented Intelligence Uses in Dentistry introduces the use of AI in clinical areas such as prevention, caries and periodontal disease, implants, oral and maxillofacial surgery, endodontics, imaging, orthodontics and more.

It also offers information on nonclinical uses of AI, focusing on payer topics such as claims processing, payment integrity and dental practice administrative issues.

To learn more and download the paper for free, visit .

The ADA is accredited by the American National Standards Institute to develop national standards for products and information technology used by dental professionals and consumers. There are currently more than 100 national standards, and more are under development.

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