Dental Asia November/December 2023


Can AI help a nation prevent oral health disease?
From automating task to analysing data, AI-based technologies have been used throughout dental care in various shapes and forms. At the National University Health System (NUHS), its staff are using a supercomputer to train AI projects which can identify and predict oral diseases, and possibly in the future, prevent them entirely.

Leading through an oral health crisis
Finding itself amid a crisis where nearly half of its population delay dental treatments for reasons such as cost, accessibility, or waiting times, president of the New Zealand Dental Association (NZDA) Dr Amanda Johnston remains undeterred as she leads her association in driving for a change, towards better oral health outcomes for the nation.

A bright and intelligent outlook for digital dentistry in Asia-Pacific
With digital dentistry on the rise in Asia-Pacific, users and providers alike are invested in the solutions and tools that this digital ecosystem offers in enabling higher standards of care. Kim Gunwoo of exocad, shares the latest products, trends, and optimism that the provider has in-store to shape a digital future for the region.