Pearl and tab32 Partner for Software Integration

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Pearl’s Second Opinion® disease detection technology will now be directly integrated into tab32’s cloud-based practice management software.

Pearl and tab32 Partner for Software Integration. Image credit: © tab32 © Pearl

Pearl and tab32 Partner for Software Integration. Image credit: © tab32 © Pearl

Dental artificial intelligence (AI) company Pearl has announced a new partnership with cloud-based practice management system tab32. This partnership will integrate Pearl’s Second Opinion® disease detection technology into tab32’s platform, which is specifically designed to serve dental service organizations (DSOs). Through the partnership, these companies are hoping to further streamline processes, making things more efficient across the board, according to a press release from both companies.

Pearl’s AI uses its computer vision technology to detect pathologic and non-pathologic findings in dental x-rays. It can view caries, bone loss, root abscesses, and other relevant findings, per the press release. This empowers clinicians to not only take more confidence in their clinical accuracy, but also to be able to better communicate with patients on treatment plans.

tab32’s cloud-based practice management software is all on 1 platform, making its accessibility a key highlight, particularly for DSOs. Per the press release, tab32’s platform can track millions of appointments across millions of patients. Partnering with Pearl to integrate AI, tab32 hopes to offer clinicians higher clinical confidence in the dental practice, according to founder and CEO of tab32, Kiltesh Patel.

“tab32 has been a leader in innovation around dental practice management technology that streamlines all touchpoints with the patient, before, during, and post-visit, on a group level,” Patel said in the press release. “Through this partnership with Pearl, we aim to continue this legacy by providing our customers with the most advanced AI-backed clinical tools designed to drive positive oral health outcomes for patients and financial outcomes for practices.”

Innovation was a key driver in the formation of this partnership, according to Pearl founder and CEO, Ophir Tanz.

“Pearl remains committed to partnering with other leading organizations at the forefront of innovation in dental technology,” Tanz said in the press release. “We look forward to working with tab32 on our journey to make AI-driven dentistry a global standard, empowering dental professionals across the U.S. to easily optimize clinical performance, elevate patient care, and boost practice productivity.”

To learn more about Pearl, visit the website here. To learn more about tab32, visit the website here.

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