Virtual Reality Support for Dental Treatment Premedication

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https://doi.org/10.21467/ias.10.1.102-106

Abstract

The objective is to short review the current state of the art of virtual reality medical application in term of minimal invasive dentistry. An outline of the most important aspects of virtual reality has been created, and a subsequent literature search for articles related was conducted. The current state of the art of virtual reality includes a variety of applications, among others premedication, analgesics, anaesthetics plays an important role in informatics medicine. There is a growing consensus regarding the need to develop knowledge and possible introduce virtual reality as a non-pharmacological support for dental treatment.

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Dental Treatment, Virtual Reality, Dentistry

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2021-01-19

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T. . (’Tomi’) Kupka, “Virtual Reality Support for Dental Treatment Premedication”, Int. Ann. Sci., vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 102-106, Jan. 2021.