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In recent years, technology has been widely used in dental and medical education for both learning and training. The traditional approach to dental skills training has drawbacks in terms of cost, availability, lack of real‑world cases, with time restraints, clinical supervision, and the funding of raw materials such as real and plastic teeth. The introduction of dental haptics opens the door to a more realistic clinical experience that can be free from the previous constraints and also there isdoi:10.5281/zenodo.6477880 fatcat:ozqkeuv2dfaudpxagf3rfu4ms4