Hi-tech trends in future dentistry--Part B: diagnostic and therapeutic technologies

O. Feuerstein*, Y. Houri-Haddad, M. Lipovetsky, M. Perez-Davidi, E. I. Weiss

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    The technology advance and the growing amount of knowledge had a great impact on dental practice for the last decade. The prominent change began with digital revolution presenting new computed technologies and accessible communicational means for sharing literal and imaging information. Following toward the coming biotechnological revolution, dentistry will be even further changed. This article presents dental innovations of Israeli Hi-Tech companies, sorted into two groups. Part A of the article discussed the area of computed imaging systems for educational purposes, diagnostic and treatment. While part B presents other diagnostic or therapeutic technologies. However, because some of the described technologies are still on their R&D (Research and Development) phases, they are not commercialized yet in the market.

    Original languageAmerican English
    Pages (from-to)6-13, 72
    JournalRefuat Hapeh Vehashinayim
    Issue number4
    StatePublished - Oct 2006


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