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British government may still choose dental radiographs to estimate asylum seeker age despite BDA opposition

LONDON, UK: After much debate about the safest and most scientific way of proving the age of individuals seeking asylum in the UK, it seems that a report...

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Artificial intelligence shows promise for detecting periodontal status in bitewing radiographs

COPENHAGEN, Denmark: Researchers in Turkey have examined the extent to which deep learning artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms are able to identify ...

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Researchers developing 3D ultrasound system for accurate, safe diagnosis of dental disease

EDMONTON, Canada: A team of researchers at the University of Alberta has secured funding to develop a 3D ultrasound device that would allow dentists to ...

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AI-assisted dental radiology solution Second Opinion from Pearl receives UAE clearance

LOS ANGELES, US/DUBAI, UAE: The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention has authorised the use of Second Opinion, an artificial intelligence (AI) tool that...

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Artificial intelligence-based analysis of dental radiographs saves time in patient care

BERLIN, Germany: Dentists at Charité—Universitätsmedizin Berlin, together with data scientists and programmers, have developed dentalXrai Pro—a ...

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Clinical management of maxillary second molar root canal therapy in different anatomical situations

Maxillary second molars are always a challenge for root canal therapy. This difficulty is related to the location of the tooth, way back in the maxilla with...

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Dental radiographs pose potential hazard to human health, study finds

BRIGHTON, UK/ATLANTA, US: The incidence of thyroid cancer and meningioma is increasing globally. New research has found that repeated exposure to dental ...

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Dental startups are harnessing artificial intelligence

NEW YORK, U.S.: Artificial intelligence (AI) has broken free from the pages of science fiction to become fact. Machines and software that can think and ...

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University of Iceland may apply controversial method of dental age assessment

REYKJAVIK, Iceland: The University of Iceland (HÍ) and the Directorate of Immigration are currently finalising a work agreement on determining the age of ...

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Scientists discover that dental radiographs can reveal vitamin D deficiency

HAMILTON, Ontario, Canada: Human teeth hold vital information about vitamin D deficiency, and Canadian anthropologists have now found that this serious but ...

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