Overjet's AI software pushes company into the spotlight

Overjet continues to make headlines in 2022, many of which centered on the company's artificial intelligence push.

In January, Overjet had a shift in leadership as former Dentsply Sirona Clinical Officer Teresa Dolan, DDS, joined as the company's chief dental officer.

"AI is going to transform the future of dentistry, and Overjet is at the forefront of this transformation leading with technology that will become the new standard of care for dentistry," Dr. Dolan said in a press release.

Overjet has had its share of collaborations with DSOs and other dental companies as well. In May, the company partnered with two DSOs — Dental Care Alliance and Jefferson Dental & Orthodontics — to deliver its artificial intelligence software.

In April, Overjet partnered with Seattle Study Club, a dental continuing education company, to expand use of AI at its dental practices. It also partnered with dental supply company Benco Dental to distribute Overjet's software.

The company also has continued to create new technologies. In February, Overjet was granted a patent for an AI-based software that measures distance and quantifies disease in dental X-rays. The company recently received FDA clearance for its artificial intelligence-powered cavity detection and outlining software, Caries Assist.

Overjet also is the only dental company named to Forbes' "AI 50 2022" list, which ranks the most promising artificial intelligence companies in the U.S.

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