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Today, the disruptive innovation happening on the technology front is taking every industry by storm. The field of dentistry is no different.
The global dental industry is anticipated to witness strong growth in the coming years. One of the many reasons growth is occurring at such a rapid pace is because the fields of dental surgery and dental science are witnessing numerous technological advancements, especially in the area of implants and oral maxillofacial surgery.
But that’s not all.
State-of-the-art technological advancements are also helping dental care providers make the shift to value-based care – one where patients are at the epicenter of all functions and their comfort is given priority. This can significantly ameliorate outcomes and contribute toward increasing your practice’s bottom line.
In this piece, we will be looking at a few ways in which modern technology is shaping the future of dentistry.
1. Teledentistry Improves Access to Anytime Care
Virtual care delivery, commonly referred to as ‘teledentistry’ when used for dental care, has emerged as an effective solution amid the ongoing COVID-19 global health emergency.Continue Reading
Describing practice management (PM) software as “state-of-the-art” is common. What’s not so common is using it to its full potential.
Any substantial technology can easily lure you into a usage “rut.” The best PM software packages include companies like (ACE Dental, Dentimax, Dentrix, Eaglesoft, Open Dental, Denticon, etc.) contain a myriad of features some of which are core functionalities (scheduling, appointment tracking, insurance claim management, paperless record keeping, secure cloud-based storage and access, patient communication, etc.) that “boot up” automatically the first time you use the software. Those capabilities may be so superior to what you had before that exploration of valuable additional features may fall by the wayside. Here’s how to get out of that rut.Continue Reading
Making friends and keeping friends are two different things. Each requires self-awareness.
The same applies to acquiring and retaining your dental patients.