Special Issue "Digital Technology and Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Dentistry"

Submission Deadline: 30 May 2021
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Guest Editors
Dr. Dinesh Rokaya, Walailak University, Thailand
Dr. Pokpong Amornvit, Mahidol University, Thailand
Dr. Pisaisit Chaijareenont, Chiangmai University, Thailand
Dr. Sasiwimol Sanohkan, Prince of Songkla University, Thailand
Dr. Zohaib Khurshid, King Faisal University, KSA

Summary

There is rapid development in digital health and dentistry which utilizes digital technologies and artificial intelligence. This aim of this issue to provide insight into the recent advances in the field of digital health and dentistry. The topics in this Special Issue include in-vitro and clinical research utilizing digital equipment, such as intraoral and facial scanners; computer-aided design software; milling machines; and 3D printers.


Keywords
Digital, Technology, Computer-aided design, Computer-aided manufacturing, Dentistry, Medicine.

Published Papers
  • Confocal 3D Optical Intraoral Scanners and Comparison of Image Capturing Accuracy
  • Abstract Several capture techniques are used in intraoral optical scanners in the dental market, such as Triangulation (Cerec Omnicam, Dentsply Sirona), Activewave front sampling (3M ESPE) and confocal technology (iTero, Align). The accuracy of intraoral scanners is the most significant focal point for developers to research. This in-vitro study studied the accuracy of confocal scanners launched from 2015-2020 (Trios 3, Trios 4, iTero Element; 3Shape Trios A/S, Copenhagen, Denmark, and iTero Element2, and iTero Element5D; Align Technologies, San Jose, CA, USA). A 3D printing model modified from the American National Standard No. 132 was scanned five times each scanner. Both Trios3… More
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