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Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

CAAID - Clinical Application of Artificial Intelligence in Dentistry

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has shown great promise in the field of healthcare, and specifically in risk assessment in maxillofacial and oral surgery. Surgery carries inherent risks, including nerve damage, bleeding, infection, and post-operative complications.


Accurately assessing a patient's risk before surgery can help reduce the incidence of these complications. AI can process large amounts of data and identify patterns that may not be apparent to the human eye. In oral surgery, AI can be used to analyze patient medical records, including laboratory test results, imaging studies, and previous surgeries, to determine the patient's risk for complications. Oral surgeries require a thorough understanding of the patient's bone structure, nerve locations, and other critical anatomical features.

AI can help clinicians analyze medical imaging data and generate 3D models of the patient's anatomy and be capable to assess pre- and postoperative risks such as nerve damages or infections. Therefore, the use of AI in the field of oral surgery has the potential to improve patient outcomes and reduce the incidence of complications. By accurately identifying patients at high risk for complications, clinicians can take steps to minimize these risks and provide more personalized care.

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