Dentulu users will now be able to apply the full range of Pearl's Second Opinion capabilities across the radiographs they capture.
Teledentistry network company Dentlulu has partnered with artificial intelligence company Pearl. The new partnership will enable Dentulu’s teledentists to achieve a high level of diagnostic performance with Pearl’s Second Opinion® AI-powered software, according to a press release from Pearl.
Dentulu users will now be able to apply the full range of Second Opinion capabilities across the radiographs they capture, upload, and store on Dentulu.
“Dentulu’s mission to provide transparent, innovative, and comprehensive care to our patients aligns with Pearl’s ongoing advancements and contributions within the dental industry, and we are proud to offer this technology to the thousands of patients and providers that utilize our platform across the nation,” Dr Arash Hakhamian, CEO of Dentulu, said according to the press release.
Prior to this partnership, Pearl’s AI technology was only available to brick-and-mortar dentists who utilize its capabilities in real-time as a patient-facing radiologic ad in the operatory.
“AI is a transformative dental technology not only because it elevates the standard of care, but also because it has the potential to democratize access to higher quality dentistry,” said Pearl CEO and founder, Ophir Tanz. “Our partnership with Dentulu represents an important step forward for dental care in the digital era because together we are realizing that democratizing potential by bringing the benefits of AI beyond the dental office to any patient with an internet connection.”
Dentulu has established marketing channels with companies such as Walgreens and LG televisions to provide new ways for patients to experience teledentistry and gain access to dental services. Patients can access Dentulu Teledentists from their smartphones, tablets, computers, and even smart TVs.
The companies expect their partnership to launch in Q1 of 2023.