The Pros And Cons Of Robots In Dentistry

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In this vast World, humans have hit a unique time in their history when it comes to the accelerating speed of technology. In recent discussions of a controversial issue has been whether or not robots will replace humans in the work place and have disastrous consequences on the economy or in society. Automation has slowly been introduced to the Dentistry field but in the past five years an acceleration of usage has put fear in Dentistry because of the possibility of the decline of job positions for humans. These new advancements have been used for, the increase of service demand, increase profit and speed, precision, and cost. With this new unexpected turn in human history, will robots or other forms of automation replace humans in Dentistry?…show more content…
On the other hand, the advanced automation will extremely increase profits for dental offices. According to Dr. Shantanu Jaradi, "Using robotics to assist in dental operations and surgeries is in reality, the next big step. The future looks brighter and more efficient. Embracing it will only mean more profits, better performance and easier operations for dentists across the globe". (Jaradi, 2017). Basically, Dr. Jaradi implies, as technology improves and speeds up, revenue will drastically rise for dentistry. In fact, the use of lasers has been an outstanding technology that has had the largest positive change in revenue. William Vitale, DMD insists, "Many common links make the implementation of the laser into a dental practice profitable. They must regard the laser as an investment that will increase revenue and profitability, as well as provide better patient comfort and superior clinical results". (Vitale, 2001) Therefore, dentistry will experience an extremely high patient encounters due to advanced procedures, which will affect profit to rise. In this case, both patient and business are satisfied. Dr. Greider, acknowledges that the speed of tools is connected to extremely high profits," gross revenues increased an additional $110,000 the second year, and he projects a similar increase in subsequent years. Here is a tool that makes my life easier, makes dentistry fun again, and…show more content…
According to, Stewart Pinketon," the cost or medical bill that the patient will be paying will also cost too much since they are using higher quality of anesthesia to be injected in the patient's body". (Pinketon, 2017). I agree with Mr. Pinketon, the high cost can be unaffordable for some patients, which would prevent them from taking advantage of these advanced robots. Given these points, the advantage and high cost that these robots are giving, patients will be required to weigh their situation in cost convenience and the effectiveness of the robot on the

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