We are proud to announce that Dental Symphony's online forms are being used in the patient clinic at Touro College of Dental Medicine at New York Medical College. A perfect fit as Dental Symphony was created by dentists for dentists, in order to harken back to the formative experiences of dental students in the school setting.
We understand that building strong relationships between your patients and your staff is a critical and rewarding part of your job. When your patients have a full understanding of how you are going to make them well, they are more equipped to make faster decisions, allowing you to move more patients into treatment.
We are celebrating the new year by releasing Dental Symphony Suite! Suite combines the power of our clinically advanced online patient registration with our NEW revolutionary patient Presentations tool.
Dr. Michael Glick, member of Dental Symphony's Clinical Team and immediate past editor of JADA, created a system to assign labels to medically complex patients.
What you'll find with Dental Symphony is a product ready built for the situation we all find ourselves in right now; offering vital clinical information tailored for every patient and then summarized for you and your staff.
At Dental Symphony we know a dynamic team is one of our strengths. And what better way to approach the world of supporting dentistry than through embracing our differences?
We are happy to announce that Dental Symphony has partnered with Prosites Web Design and Marketing. Please read the PRESS RELEASE to learn more about this exciting partnership and how together, we save time and money by making dental offices more efficient and ensure patient safety. Excerpts from the Press Release: This new partnership leverages synergies … Continue reading Dental Symphony Announces Partnership with Prosites
A common challenge that all of my colleagues and I face is to make sure that our patients’ medical and pharmacology histories are up to date and accurate. This is important because many of the common services offered by dentists are surgical in nature. And any surgery must be performed with exact information in hand. … Continue reading 4 Possible Consequences of Not Having A Current Medical History
Despite the many challenges and changes each year brings (and 2016 has been no exception), we can always think about what we have to be thankful for. For me personally, this includes becoming a grandfather for the first time! But I've also been able to continue practicing dentistry and serving my patients' needs, and I … Continue reading Top Five: Why I’m Thankful to be a Modern Dentist
When I see a patient and I have questions about a medical history, I want information right then at the point of care. As a dentist with a focus on caring for patients with special needs, the health histories I encounter are usually complex. Having information to read about a disease is important, but sometimes … Continue reading How To Speak To Your Diabetic Patient’s Physician