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Dentistry has changed under the leadership of innovative technologies, and it has left its traditional structure and entered a rapid digitalization process.1,2  In parallel with these developments, the routine use of digital imaging systems in oral implantology has increased, and new-generation applications such as software-assisted implant planning and guide fabrication technologies have also become popular.3,4  Despite this, manual techniques have not been abandoned in the archiving of patient and product follow-up information in oral implantology.5,6  Blockchain technology is a candidate technology to offer solutions to these problems in data collection, data sharing, and data analysis in implantology.

Blockchain allows the protection of recorded information with an encrypted database using data blocks.2,5,7  It has the potential to offer a secure data system where more than 1 user can access the information on blockchains in all...

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