What does your ideal dental practice look like? How does the technology fit together to create an efficient workflow? Building an integrated dental practice doesn’t happen overnight. It takes planning and resources, and ideally, guidance from a trusted partner.
Henry Schein Dentrix is a dental practice management software that’s open architecture, meaning it makes room for a variety of technologies and tools that meet the needs of individual practices. Dentrix helps technologies integrate deeper into the Dentrix system to share data and interfaces, so they work together as one system. These technologies can include 3M True Definition, 3Shape TRIOS, and Planmeca PlanScan scanners.
“Integration is necessary because as we get further and further into our digital workflow, we have no choice but to have each part interconnect,” said Marty Jablow, DMD.
And getting connected isn’t all about you, the dentist! A properly integrated practice can also reduce chair time, provide the opportunity for minimally invasive treatment, validate treatment proposals, and communicate a sense of confidence.
As Dr. Gerald Bittner notes, “Dentrix has lots of tools that we use internally for the office. But through connectivity with digital imaging and treatment planning, Dentrix also gives us the ability to educate patients and answer their questions in a way that we couldn’t in the past. It creates a more interactive relationship with the patient.”
Dr. Jablow and Dr. Bittner are just two of several dental professionals who weigh in on the importance of a connected practice in the newly released e-book, “Deliver Quality Patient Care and Help Improve Profits with a Dentrix Connected Practice.”
A wide range of topics are discussed, including:
-> Integrating digital technology into the patient experience
-> Tapping into Dentrix e-Services, tools designed to increase productivity
-> Gaining actionable data through Dentrix
-> Giving your practice a competitive edge through Dentrix Profitability Coaching
It’s an approachable and highly informative resource with real-life examples, videos, and more—and it’s available to dental professionals for free! Read it by clicking here.
To learn more about Dentrix, visit www.Dentrix.com.