Valencia, July 17, 2023.
Maxillofacial surgery is in the midst of an exciting transformation fueled by advances in artificial intelligence (AI). These innovations are opening up new possibilities and significantly improving procedures and treatments in this specialized field. As AI continues to evolve, a promising future in maxillofacial surgery is glimpsed, this is confirmed by Dr. Luis Senís, one of the world leaders in maxillofacial surgery.
AI is proving invaluable in a variety of applications within maxillofacial surgery. Currently, it is used in the diagnosis of maxillofacial cysts and tumors, providing surgeons with an additional tool to identify specific patterns and features in medical images, resulting in faster and more accurate diagnoses. Another area where AI is playing a role fundamental role is the reconstruction of maxillofacial defects. Machine learning algorithms analyze medical images to help surgeons plan and execute reconstruction procedures, taking into account facial symmetry and functionality, resulting in more accurate and aesthetically pleasing results. It is also revolutionizing orthognathic surgery, allowing more accurate planning and more reliable predictions of treatment outcomes. By analyzing patient data and applying algorithms, surgeons can gain insight into the ideal position of facial bones, allowing them to perform more effective procedures and personalized. Another area in which it is playing a prominent role is the planning and placement of dental implants. By analyzing medical images, algorithms can help surgeons determine the best sites for dental implant placement, thus improving the accuracy and success of procedures. Despite current advances, the future of artificial intelligence in maxillofacial surgery promises even more exciting developments. AI is expected to evolve and refine itself further, enabling even more accurate, personalized and effective procedure planning and execution. In addition, the use of large data sets and machine learning techniques will continue to drive AI capability. to identify patterns and features that may go undetected by human surgeons. As we move into the future, it is essential that maxillofacial surgeons are properly prepared and trained in the use of these algorithms and tools in their clinical practice. Training Continuous and upgrading of skills will be essential to fully harness the potential of AI and ensure that surgeons are equipped to use these technologies safely and effectively. According to Dr. Luis Senis, AI is revolutionizing maxillofacial surgery, and the future promises even more exciting developments. From diagnosis and procedure planning to implant placement, this technology is improving precision, effectiveness, and outcomes in this specialty. With adequate training in its use, it will continue to drive significant improvements in maxillofacial surgery and provide more advanced and personalized care to patients, reducing diagnostic errors or predicting diagnoses invisible to current tests.
Contact Contact name: Rosa García Contact description: Dr. Luis Senis Clinic Director Contact telephone number: 659 10 11 59