Five reasons dental practices should choose hardware rental

Dental practices, like any modern business, need computers. But at $900 per unit on average, personal computers are not a low-cost investment at all. When you consider the fact that you need several units for tasks like record-keeping and patient management, among others, you’d have to allocate several thousand dollars just to build a functional business IT system.

5 Reasons dental practices need VoIP phone systems

Conventional telephones are an important tool in many dental practices, but they are no longer the most cost-effective phone solution in the market. Among the most popular options today are Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone systems, which can do everything a telephone can — and so much more.

Improving patient experience through technology

Dental practices can benefit from your patients’ positive experience. Ensuring that your patients only have praises for your clinic will boost your practice’s reputation, thereby attracting more customers and, consequently, increasing your revenue. Additionally, positive experiences help cement your patients’ loyalty to you.

7 Ways to care for your dental handpieces

Handpieces are some of the most important tools in a dentist’s employ and though designed to last, they can deteriorate prematurely when not maintained properly. Faulty handpieces can reduce your efficiency and make treatment an unpleasant experience for patients.

5 Tech trends dental practices should adopt today

Thanks to technology, dental practices have vastly improved the quality of care that they give patients. In dentistry, innovations are embraced to enhance dental care and provide patients with the best experience possible.

Here are five of the most promising technology trends in dentistry:

#1. 3D printing
There's so much that dentists can do with a powerful and time- and cost-saving technology like 3D printing.

5 Software solutions every dentist needs

Technology has become an important part of every modern business, including dental practices. Using the right software, you can increase employee productivity, boost operational efficiency, and regain control over costs. Today, many business applications are cloud-based, which means they are accessible from any device with an internet connection.

5 Things that hinder dental practice workflows and how to resolve them

In your dental practice, you need to care for your patients, address the needs of your staff, and meet compliance requirements, all at the same time. Thankfully, there are powerful technologies and solutions designed to help you achieve these goals. These tools can even help you overcome many everyday challenges that can disrupt your workflow and hurt the efficiency of your practice.

FUTURE SMILES NAMES DAN EDWARDS BOARD PRESIDENT

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August 1, 2019
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Future Smiles Names Dan Edwards Board President Future Smiles, a nonprofit preventive and restorative dental health program serving Southern Nevada schools, named dental IT businessman Dan Edwards president of its board of directors.

3 Challenges faced by dental practices that are solved by IT

IT solutions and their wide array of tools and applications that now populate the market promise new and effective ways around three of the top challenges faced by today’s dental practices. As an owner of a dental practice, you may be struggling with these issues yourself.

5 Reasons you need a dental MSP for your dental practice

As a dentist, you'll do everything you can to ensure your practice succeeds. A brilliant way to guarantee this happens is to have experts on your side. Managed services providers (MSPs) have the most knowledgeable IT people on their team. When you entrust your IT system to an MSP, your dental practice benefits in the following ways:

#1 A first-class IT system
Your practice has much to gain from an exceptional IT system.

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