Science-Backed Smarter Orthodontics
Our growing resource library of scientific evidence gives clinicians the ability to make data-driven decisions. Explore the science behind DentalMonitoring and how our technology provides operational and clinical solutions for orthodontists.
DentalMonitoring Scientific Evidence
Orthodontists need AI that processes intraoral scans with precision.
Learn how DentalMonitoring delivers the information you need, so that validating scans is simple and efficient.
Accuracy of a smartphone-based orthodontic treatment-monitoring application
Accuracy of DentalMonitoring 3D digital dental models using photograph and video mode
Accuracy of Remote Dental Monitoring Tooth Tracking Technology in Orthodontics
Thesis Study-Reliability and Accuracy of a Novel Photogrammetric Orthodontic Monitoring System
Scalable automation is vital to long-term profitability in orthodontic practices.
Read the collected scientific literature about how DentalMonitoring fosters opportunities for growth.
Dental Monitoring Application: is it valid innovation in the Orthodontics practice?
Outcomes of clear aligner treatment with and without Dental Monitoring: A retrospective cohort study #3
Expanding appointment intervals with Dental Monitoring
Impact of using Dental Monitoring with aligners on treatment time and chairside appointments
Quality of Care
Digital tools are necessary for the continued evolution of the orthodontic industry.
Research how DentalMonitoring creates measurable improvements in treatment outcomes.
Impact of a smartphone application on oral hygiene during orthodontic treatment: a controlled study.
Clinical follow-up of corticotomy accelerated Invisalign orthodontic treatment with Dental Monitoring.
Patients deserve a convenient treatment experience.
Explore the collected literature on how doctors are making the patient experience more convenient by using DentalMonitoring.
Patient Attitudes towards DentalMonitoring: A global study - Survey of 2248 Patients in 12 countries
Backed by science
Our AI-based approach to helping orthodontists optimize treatment is a radical change in the industry. Because of the newness of our technology, the scientific literature on remote monitoring is a growing field and updates will be frequent.