top of page

Tools to bring you into the loop

LLM sample.png


The Dental Loop Project ONE

We are developing a comprehensive system that integrates various facets of deep-learned diagnostic dentistry and seamlessly incorporates large language models, resulting in a sophisticated intelligent system designed to assist with diagnoses and enhance patient interactions without straining the existing healthcare system


Facial landmark tracking

Track facial landmarks and parameters with simple video recordings, taking away the need for arbitrary measurement techniques

Speech audio AI_edited.jpg


Speech pathology and phonetic evaluation

Using unsupervised AI-powered transcribers and audio detection models, detect speech anomalies that might be linked to dental or palatal origins and determine treatment need

3D model.jpg


 Fabrication of 3D prostheses from intraoral scans

Application of 3D deep learning methods to predict anatomical landmarks and detect anomalies from 3D models of dental arches


Detect cavities and other lesions in realtime 


Any camera lens, whether it's an intraoral camera or a smartphone lens, is suitable for this purpose. It's ideal for educational use and provides peace of mind by ensuring that no details are missed. Any changes in the oral cavity since the last appointment can be easily identified and highlighted.

perforation IOPA 2.5.23.jpg


Monitor root canal treatment outcomes

AI models will have the capability to detect and continuously monitor endodontic (root canal) treatments, not only between appointments but also during long-term follow-ups spanning years.



AI for tooth extraction

The inferior alveolar nerve, along with other significant structures, serves as a crucial anatomical landmark in the lower jaw, responsible for providing sensation to the surrounding teeth and tissues. Our ongoing efforts involve developing AI models to identify and highlight structures that are prone to injury during a dental procedure for the dental practitioner to address accordingly.

Jaw tracing.jpg


Treating jaw disorders

Using GAN-based signal processing techniques, we are able to predict possible Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders and masticatory muscle dysfunction.

bottom of page