Diagnocat AI stores and interprets all kinds of dental images. Diagnocat helps to promote smarter clinical decisions and advance the way dental care is organized.
Challenges faced by dental clinics
Communication Difficulties (or Patients don’t trust dentists)
Often, patients don’t trust dentists. The doctors’ slang is incomprehensible, and they cannot clearly demonstrate the problem and explain the treatment plan to the patient.Diagnocat is an independent and objective “second opinion” received within minutes, that enables patients to clearly see their dental conditions and involves them in the decision-making process about the forthcoming treatment.Diagnocat creates a safe space of trust between patient and doctor.
Treatment Quality Control (or Clinic chiefs cannot control everything)
Clinic managers cannot control the treatment process for all of patients, as well as the quality of work of all their doctors. Nowadays this process is subjective and biased.Diagnocat is an objective quality control mechanism for diagnostics and treatment. It provides transparency in medical organizational processes. With Diagnocat, the clinic’s medical managers can get reliable information about the current dental health condition of their patients before, during and after treatment.
The Human Factor (or Doctors May Be Wrong)
Dental diagnosis is subjective. It depends on the doctor's education, experience, attention and time. Therefore, diagnostics is sometimes incomplete or conversely redundant. Moreover, diagnoses can differ between several clinicians. As a result, the patient has a hard time choosing the right dentist, and complications due to misdiagnosis are common and costly. Diagnocat identifies 50 most common pathologies and conditions, generates a clear report and suggests a diagnosis with more than 90% accuracy.
Diagnocat presents a range of AI‐based solutions tailored to the different needs of your dental practice.
A platform for user-friendly viewing and storing all types of dental images with the opportunity to create and print reports.
Use any dental imaging modality to get an overall view of the patient's dental health, including but not limited to periodontal bone loss, caries, periapical lesions, residual roots, absent and impacted teeth, fillings, endodontically treated teeth, posts, crowns, and implants