It’s hard to think that, in this day and age of cutting-edge technology, there is still no ‘ advanced treatment’ for dental disorders or any reliable way to forecast it. Here’s a guide to know about the new advancements in dentistry,
Virtual Reality for Distractions
Another emerging dental technology that could help practitioners provide better care to patients is virtual reality (VR). Virtual or augmented reality (AR) headsets could be worn by patients in a dental procedure setting to provide digital distractions.
Dental splints, which are used to reduce tooth grinding, can now be made more quickly and at a lower cost using 3D printing. Replacements for damaged splints were quite slow and expensive until recently. New splints can now be made in less than an hour.
In recent days, lasers have been quite popular in the field of dentistry and gaining a lot of attention.