Monday, April 17, 2023

Join Paul, Marty, and I this Friday for a Lecture in Philadelphia

This Friday, April 21st, Dr. Paul Feuerstein, Dr. Marty Jablow, and myself will be co-presenting an event on the latest and greatest technologies in dentistry.  If you are interested in attending, you can follow this link to register.  

We are living in a changing world and things are only continuing to advance.  To demonstrate that point, the rest of this post was created using my Beta account with Google's Bard, which is Google's answer to the system ChatGPT.  The text below was created by the Bard system and I provided a couple minor tweaks to make it a bit more focused on the Friday program...

Dental technology is constantly evolving, and the field is only going to become more advanced in the years to come. New technologies are being developed all the time that can help dentists provide better care for their patients.

Here are just a few of the exciting dental technologies that are on the horizon:

3D printing: 3D printing is already being used in dentistry to create custom dental crowns, bridges, and implants. This technology is only going to become more sophisticated in the future, and it could eventually be used to create entire sets of teeth.

Artificial intelligence: Artificial intelligence is being used in dentistry to develop new diagnostic tools and treatment plans. AI can help dentists to identify problems early on and develop personalized treatment plans that are tailored to each patient's individual needs.

These are just a few of the exciting dental technologies that are on the horizon. As these technologies continue to develop, they will have a profound impact on the field of dentistry. Patients can expect to receive better care than ever before, with shorter treatment times, less pain, and more predictable results.

If you are interested in learning more about dental technology, I encourage you to attend this Friday. We will be discussing the latest advances in the field and how they are changing the way we practice dentistry. I hope to see you there!

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