Having online forms that speak to the seriousness of dentistry is what you should expect in today's world-not just online forms that provide a basic necessity to your practice. Dr. Tom Cockerell, CEO and founder of Dental Symphony's clinically advanced products explains our unique pre-clinical assessment inside our online forms and presentation accounts.
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.
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.
In this series, we are looking at a number of different patients that any new dentist could encounter on their very first day in practice. As there is another class of recent graduates in 2015, it's always exciting to think about beginning to practice in the real world. The first patient had a number of … Continue reading Your First Day In Practice: Patient #2
Why we need modern dental software and interoperability It has always been troubling to me that patients spend years under the care of a dentist and then when moving to another practice there is loss of continuity. The patient’s record does not follow the patient.This was not as big of a problem when paper records … Continue reading Why we need modern dental software and interoperability
With a new class of dentists just graduating from dental school all around the U.S., it seems apropos to think about what it will be like for them to begin practicing. As a former new dentist, I know it’s an exciting time that can also be quite daunting. Let's consider four different types of patients a … Continue reading Your First Day in Practice: Patient #1
Those of us in dentistry have probably come across some articles of late about "DIY" dentistry (here and here). Patients extracting their own teeth is certainly not a new phenomenon (modern dentistry only began in the 17th century). Today one can buy dental scalers and do their own cleanings, or do it yourself home whitening kits. … Continue reading DIY Dentistry…..DIY Don’t!
During the 2015 Dental School graduation at Temple University this year, Dean Amid Ismail announced the creation of the Henry Schein Digital Center of Excellence. It will be equipped with the latest dental technological innovations such as computer-aided design and manufacturing solutions, digital radiography, and intraoral cameras. Programs have been slow to adopt newer technologies for … Continue reading Henry Schein Dental Center at Temple University
Here is an interesting and timely article about a growing problem for older Americans' accessibility to affordable dental care that caught our eye this past week. We are all aware of the health problems this can create for these people in need. Several of our esteemed Clinical Team members are on staff at Texas A&M University … Continue reading Texas A&M University Baylor College of Dentistry Bridging Dental Care Gap for Seniors