An AI Takeover in Dentistry

Q&M Dental plans to automate their treatments

On top of an auspicious launch of their 30th clinic recently, Q&M Dental Group also took the opportunity to announce an exciting venture into the world of artificial intelligence.

The event took place at EkoCheras Mall which featured a sharing session to provide updates about their ongoing development of AI technology in their future treatments in collaboration with International Medical University (IMU).

The event kicked off with a ribbon cutting ceremony accompanied by a lively lion dance performance.

(From left) Datuk Ong Seng Khek, President of The Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall, Png Cheong Boon, CEO of Enterprise Singapore, Dr Ng Chin Siau, Group CEO of Q&M Dental Group, Professor Toh Chooi Gait, Pro Vice-Chancellor of International Medical University and Foo Siew Jiuan, General Manager of Q&M Dental Group during the ribbon cutting ceremony to officiate the launch.

The benefits of using AI

The AI system, which is being developed for dental treatments, aims to prevent misdiagnosis through automatic radiographic interpretation and form automated treatment plans based on current best practices.

With the AI system that is being developed in collaboration with IMU, Q&M wishes to promote ethical dentistry in the industry, and bring accessible and quality dental healthcare to everyone.

“We feel that AI tech could be used to fill in the gap in patient care as it can provide the best treatment plans for patient outcomes, and give a holistic analysis of the patient’s dental conditions and symptoms,” said Dr Ng Chin Siau, Group CEO of Q & M Dental Group.