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Dental Equipment

Whether building a new dental practice from scratch, upgrading an existing practice or expanding a practice with additional operatories or new specialty services, numerous pieces of dental equipment will be needed to complete the project. More than just the technologies used to treat patients, dental equipment also includes the utility systems that power a dental practice, the systems used for infection control protocols, and even all of the equipment used to set up a portable dental operatory. Dental equipment can be divided into many categories to encompass the types of equipment that every practice needs in order to treat patients as well as the equipment required in practices providing specialized services such as endodontics or oral surgery. Dental patient chairs are a necessary ...

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Why Dental Health Check Ups are so Important?

One of the major issues facing dentists, patients and patients wallets is that the majority of us don't visit the dentist on a regular basis. According to research from NHS Digital (previously the Health and Social Care Information Centre) half of UK adults haven't been to the dentist in the last two years. More than a quarter of adults only visit the dentist when they have a problem. The infrequency and irregularity of dental check-ups is causing a huge number of problems for us. The facts say a lot here with 31% of adults having tooth decay, 66% of us having visible plaque and 29% of the population suffering from regular pain in the mouth or teeth. How Often Should You Visit the Dentist Both adults and children should visit the dentist regularly, as often as they recommend. For ...

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Selecting the right software for your practice

The modern dental practice has evolved considerably over the past few years. It wasn't that long ago when computers in a dental office were considered a luxury and unnecessary. Most dentists used a paper appointment book and ledger cards to track the financial health of the practice. The purpose of this article is to explore the steps in selecting dental-software applications, to review the benefits and features of dental software, and to examine reasons why dentists are not fully utilizing their dental software. I'll also examine the features that are inherent in most software, and how those features can improve the practice's bottom line. Practice-management systems There are several types of software that dentists use in their practices, but the most important is the practice- ...

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Is your dental practice starving? Kick off the year with a bang, and feed your practice what it nee

We think it’s time you juiced up your business. Our Smart Dental Dashboard will have your practice experiencing growth so fast; your competitors will believe that you’re on steroids. Make no mistake, running a successful dental practice is difficult. Multiple factors including competition, changes in marketing, both from a digital and physical standpoint and increased customer expectations are all commanding your attention. Unless you happened to major in business while in dental school, these challenges mean that now more than ever before it’s essential to have key information at your fingertips so you can make fast, educated decisions. If you desire to be successful in modern dentistry, you must start operating your practice more like a business. The proper approach and ...

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Taking you to the clouds.

As a Dental-Cloud client, you never have to think about local server maintenance for your practice management data. Downtime due to server or network issues is reduced. You have the flexibility to access data from any location with an internet connection. Dentee Support can quickly view your dental clinic management software   to help with any questions or problems. Practice records need protection. When the owner of a dental practice discovers that one of their employees has been fraudulently altering records, it can cause nights of little sleep, months of investigation, and years of rebuilding. You know who did what. Individual transactions may be linked to an operator ID, attributing entries to individuals. Cancelled transactions are marked with the identity of the canc...

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The importance of maintaining dental records.

Forensic dentistry is the overlap of the dental and legal professions. The most common element of forensic dentistry that a general practitioner is likely to encounter is to supply antemortem (before death) records to aid in personal identification. Forensic dentists are frequently called upon to identify the remains of individuals who cannot be identified visually. This encompasses a large number of situations such as burnt, grossly decomposed or mutilated remains. The identification is normally carried out by the comparison of antemortem (before death) and postmortem (after death) records. The identification of the deceased individuals is an essential element in the process of death certification and is a crucial component in the investigation of homicides or other suspicious deaths...

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Dental Check-Up

Dentistry is a branch of medicine that involves the study, maintenance and care of all aspects of an individual's oral health and function.  Dentistry is a challenging profession that combines a high degree of manual dexterity and precision with a thorough understanding of craniofacial biology and pathology and the management of many conditions in the head and neck region. The part of the tooth that is usually visible over the gum is called the crown and the part that is attached to the gum is called the root. Enamel is the outer calcified tissue layer covering the crown of the tooth. It is one of the hardest substances in the body. Dentine is the inner tissue layer that lies beneath the enamel or cementum. Cementum is the hard outer tissue layer covering the root and attac...

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Technology Acquisition in Dental Business

Did you know? 58% of consumers start their online day by reading their emails. 76% of dental patients said email is the best way for companies to communicate with them. Dentee is one of the best dental software available for dental clinic management. It’s easy , user friendly and highly powerful. This dental software has crossed 100 installations in many countries like Singapore, India, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Turkey, UK etc. Dentee is a complete application with modules for dental charting, perio charting, appointment scheduler, SMS & E-Mail service, Check in, Lab work Management, Inventory, Finance, etc. Dentee is available for Solo, Multi speciality, Corporate dental clinics and dental colleges. Avenger soft has successfully rolled out their All New Dentee at Dr.32 Dentist...

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Are you ready for web based dental practice management system?

So then are you ready for web based dental practice management system? For many years dental practice system was in-house server based. Practices didn't have other options and software could be expensive and hard to maintain. Now, there are robust cloud-based options that can meet the same needs for web based dental practice management, billing, and electronic records. They are often more affordable and easier to implement. However, cloud-based software may not be for everyone. See benefits of web based dental practice management and following few questions to help you decide if it is right for your independent practice. You probably already use cloud-based technology for banking, bill paying, shopping, communications (email), etc. Medical Practices have moved 40% to cloud from pape...

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The Smart Dental Practice

Less Paperwork, More Breakthroughs-Have your clients engaged with your practice right from the start with our best-in-class client portal featuring completely paperless intakes, secure online payments and scheduling. Enjoy the flexibility and freedom of growing your practice without worrying about spending time on data entry, rescheduling, or getting paid. Our client engagement portal gets you online starting day one, and is the most organized and easy way to securely communicate with your clients. The easiest way to communicate with your clients in an organized and secure place Completely paperless intakes Secure, online payments Collect client credit cards prior to the first session Automated past-due reminders, statements and superbills The most secure way to share cli...

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