Abstract: Humans have resurrected intelligence in order to make better decisions and relieve themselves of a massive workload. Artificial intelligence, or AI, is a computer program's ability to learn complex patterns by training it to perform acts that imitate human learning and problem-solving abilities. While artificial intelligence is still a young field, it has made significant progress in the fields of medicine and dentistry. As a result, dentists must be mindful of the possible consequences for a profitable clinical practice in the future. Any AI application in dentistry should show tangible value by enhancing access to and quality of care, increasing service efficiency and safety, inspiring and enabling patients, promoting medical research, or increasing sustainability, for example. Individual privacy, privileges, and autonomy must be prioritised; a transition from centralised to distributed learning may help with this while also enhancing scalability and robustness. Dental education would need to go hand-in-hand with the implementation of clinical AI technologies, promoting digital literacy among the potential dental workforce. The culmination of artificial intelligence along with digitization has seen a new era in the field of dentistry and its future aspects appear extremely promising.