Second Opinion®
The first comprehensive AI-powered real-time radiologic platform that automatically detects numerous conditions in dental x-rays, giving dentists a second set of eyes to instantly validate radiologic findings.
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Artificial intelligence, real expertise
At Second Opinion’s core is an advanced machine learning system trained over the past six years by a team of renowned dental radiologists and honed studying the world’s largest collection of expertly annotated dental radiographs.
The same high-quality analysis every time.
Validated expert-level detection capabilities.
Fundamentally objective radiologic results.
Detections returned in seconds.

Standard of care

Establish a higher practice-wide standard of care with smart technology

Clinical consistency

Improve consistency in clinical performance with AI clinical support

Conversion & retention

Boost conversion & patient retention through better patient communication

Oral health outcomes

Elevate oral health outcomes by catching disease earlier and more comprehensively

Cutting edge care

Foster a reputation as a tech-forward practice applying AI in clinical care

Second Opinion detections

detection capabilities

Dentists using Second Opinion gain a second set of eyes to help ensure that they've considered every condition that appears in their patients' radiographs.

That assurance comes from the system's ability to detect signs of most dental pathologies and other treatable conditions commonly found in dental radiographs–including hard-to-spot issues like incipient caries or the early signs of a periapical radiolucency.

  • Anatomical Structures
  • Bone Loss*
  • Bone Support*
  • Breakdown Percentage*
  • Calculus
  • Caries
  • Crowns
  • Edentulous Regions*
  • Fillings
  • Margin Discrepancy
  • Periapical Radiolucency
  • Root Canal
  • Root Length
  • Widened Periodontal Ligament*
And more...
*Not available in all territories.

real-time results

Machines are able to perform the same task over and over, without getting bored, tired, or distracted. That means that Second Opinion will deliver the same high-quality analysis every time.

And because it analyzes and instantly delivers results whenever a new radiograph is captured, dentists can count on reliable support in real-time. This instant analysis capability allows dentists to integrate Second Opinion seamlessly into their clinical workflow and benefit from the system's support when it matters most––while patients are still in the chair.

Second Opinion real time analysis
Second Opinion edit mode

easy-to-use interface

Second Opinion was engineered to make it easier for dentists to read radiographs and communicate findings to patients.

Between its crystal clear, high-contrast user interface designed to deliver optimal X-ray viewability and its intuitive image adjustment and AI sensitivity and detection controls*, Second Opinion lets dentists to see exactly what they want, how they want––and effortlessly share their findings in a way that patients can easily understand.
*Feature not available to users in the United States.

tooth part
Tooth parts segmentation
Automatically distinguish tooth parts and supporting structures for more localized and qualitative radiologic insight.
tooth measurement
Depth & progression assessment
Gauge the size of anatomical structures and progression of decay.
Unavailable to US-based users.
Detection editor
Approve/reject AI detections or add additional findings to ensure that what patients see reflects the clinician’s findings.
AI slider
AI sensitivity slider
Flexible AI configuration gives users control over specificity/sensitivity balance applied for AI detections.
Unavailable to US-based users.
Image adjustment tools
Brightness, contrast, rotation, inversion and zoom tools help users achieve maximal radiograph viewability.

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