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Progress in Computing Applications(PCA)

Digitalising Dreams into Reality- Digital Orthodontics
Paridhi Gupta, Bhagyalaksmhi A, Raghunath N
JSS Academy of Higher Education and Research Mysore, India
Abstract: Digitalisation has been the talk of the town since the invent of mobile phones in our life and their continuous transformation. From diagnosis to treatment planning, practice of diagnostically driven robotic assisted (DDRA) orthodontics all have improved to a great extent. 1974, marked the year for a technological boon in the field of dentistry. Orthodontics has been reinventing itself to patient specific needs, evidence based care to establish new benchmarks. Virtual treatment planning is very common now-days along with digitally driven appliance manufacture using CAD/CAM techniques and 3D bioprinting. From Computed aided manufacture of hyrax devices, customized bracket production, soft tissue quantification in surgical cases to robotic wire bending, has led to the shift of the paradigm of orthodontics.
Keywords: Digitalization, Orthodontics, Computer-aided-manufacturing Digitalising Dreams into Reality- Digital Orthodontics
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