The latest version of Osteoid’s Invivo 3D treatment planning software includes AI-powered cephalometric tracing.

Osteoid, provider of dental software solutions, announced the release of the latest version of Invivo, the company’s 3D treatment planning software for dental professionals.

The update improves orthodontic treatment planning by providing automated cephalometric tracing powered by artificial intelligence (AI) as part of its 3D Analysis module. The new feature assists orthodontists in performing 3D cephalometric tracing with a single button click, which may significantly decrease the time involved compared to traditional methods.

“We are excited to bring this new technology to the market,” said Calvin Hur, chief executive officer of Osteoid. “By leveraging AI to automate the cephalometric tracing process, we are helping orthodontists save valuable time during treatment planning.”

In addition to the new AI features, Invivo includes a range of features and capabilities that enables dentists, orthodontists, OMF surgeons and radiologists to perform an array of 3D treatment plans with ease and accuracy.

This release comes on the heels of Osteoid’s Invivo One launch last year that unified the Invivo desktop software and cloud-based Invivo Workspace platform into a single subscription solution. Invivo One gives doctors and their clinical staff access to its software in one affordable and easy-to-administer plan.

“We’re really excited about this release because it’s the first release to incorporate AI,” said Mike Tsang, head of product at Osteoid. “You can expect to see an increasing number of AI-driven features in future Invivo releases as we embark on the next phase for Invivo.”

Osteoid says the launch of its new 3D treatment planning software further solidifies the company’s position in the dental software industry.

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