Summary of Nikhilesh Vaid’s lecture at the AAO 2020 looking at technology in orthodontics.
Research into technology in orthodontics is mostly based on physical outcomes (49%), very little looking at health measures (4%), patient function and emotion.
Artificial intelligence was not successful when based on human decision making.
Scoping reviews in orthodontics over the last decade
Gandedkar, N.H., Vaid, N.R., Darendeliler, M.A., Premjani, P. and Ferguson, D.J., 2019, December. The last decade in orthodontics: A scoping review of the hits, misses and the near misses!.
In Seminars in Orthodontics (Vol. 25, No. 4, pp. 339-355). WB Saunders
Artificial intelligence in orthodontics
Faber, J., Faber, C. and Faber, P., 2019. Artificial intelligence in orthodontics. APOS Trends in Orthodontics, 9(4), pp.201-205.
Liability of AI to clinicians
Price, W.N., Gerke, S. and Cohen, I.G., 2019. Potential liability for physicians using artificial intelligence. Jama, 322(18), pp.1765-1766.
Hansa, I., Semaan, S.J., Vaid, N.R. and Ferguson, D.J., 2018, December. Remote monitoring and “Tele-orthodontics”: concept, scope and applications. In Seminars in Orthodontics (Vol. 24, No. 4, pp. 470-481). WB Saunders