A new law transfers some responsibility for credit card fraud from banks to the merchants that accepted the card– and that means you. Practices not using new credit card processing technology–which are chip cards–may be financially liable. Find out how to provide this more secure method of processing credit cards easily and at a low […]
Dental Technology Articles
Hackers don’t just steal data from large corporations. They steal from any easy target, and computers still running unsupported Windows XP are vulnerable. Find out why your Windows XP computers are putting your practice at serious risk for data breaches and what you should do to protect your business.
Do all digital imaging systems perform about the same? No, says Dr. Chris Riedel, who switched to DEXIS sensors and says the change was as dramatic as going from overcast to a sunny day. Read how the sensors have proven to be more comfortable and precise and the software more intuitive and user-friendly
3D imaging has become the standard of care for implant diagnostics and planning, but Dr. Justin Moody explains how software updates to the i-CAT 3D system are continually expanding the technology’s usefulness to his practice and have given him a tool for enhanced patient education.
Delivering What Patients Want The Planmeca FIT system, with its intuitive software platform that integrates digital intraoral scanning, 3D designing and onsite milling into one streamlined process, is meeting the growing desire of patients to receive complete care in a single visit while also leading to greater practice profitability
Most dentists acknowledge the benefits of digital imaging over traditional X-rays. What is not so obvious are the clear-cut advantages of choosing one digital sensor over another. In this article, Dr. John P. James shares his experience of using different sensors in his practice before finding a perfect fit with DEXIS.
With the onslaught of data breaches and computer hacking happening daily, securing patient health information must be a priority for every dental practice. Learn why a security risk assessment is a necessary investment and discover the best way to protect your practice from unknown vulnerabilities.
Investing in technology requires a careful balance of clinical and management skills to facilitate a smooth transition. There are five factors to consider when creating a plan to introduce new technology to a practice so it has a positive impact on both patients and staff.
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