Signs your dental clinic is about to be hit by a ransomware attack

The evolution of dental technology has improved the way dental clinics operate. Practice management software streamlines processes such as billing, patient scheduling, and reporting, while 3D imaging and laser dentistry provide patients with more accurate diagnoses and better treatment options.

How to successfully implement new diagnostic technology in your dental practice

Dental diagnostics have advanced over the past years, with new technology improving the way dentists and their staff diagnose and treat patients. However, many dental clinics are still figuring out how to implement new diagnostic technologies to see a positive impact on their staff, patients, and bottom line.

Guidelines for reopening your dental clinic

The American Dental Association (ADA) announced on May 21 that it will provide additional detailed guidelines to dental offices resuming their operations. The announcement came after the ADA's recommended limitation on practice ended on April 30 and saw dental clinics around the country returning to business.

How to face these worst-case scenarios for dental clinics

Nothing can be worse for your dental practice than being hit by a disaster. It can disrupt your clinic's daily operations and affect your revenue. Disasters come in many forms and can hit your business at any time. This is why you should come up with a disaster recovery plan that will allow your clinic to continue operating or recover quickly during a crisis.

How the Windows 10 20H1 update benefits SMBs

If your small- to medium-sized business (SMB) is using Windows 10 operating system (OS), you'll be excited to know that Microsoft is currently working on its new update, which is scheduled to be released around May 2020. Dubbed 20H1 (Vibranium), it's going to be the first of two major updates slated for 2020, and it comes with a collection of improvements that can have a positive impact on your practice.

How to make your dental staff and office more productive

Are things moving slowly in your dental office? Are you getting negative feedback from your patients? If so, it's time to re-evaluate your current processes to see how you can make your dental practice more productive. Enhanced workflow management, efficiency, and customer satisfaction are some of the factors you need to focus on to get your dental office moving like a well-oiled machine.

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