In our practices we all encounter special needs patients. Patients presenting with MS, ALS, CP, Alzheimer, Parkinson's or other conditions are challenging and many dentists excel in managing them and providing quality care. But what about the special needs patient’s family? Do we always remember to care for them also? We should. Families of special needs patients are … Continue reading Caring for Special Needs Patients and their Families: Before the Appointment and Arrival to the Office
Imagine that you want to fly to L.A.: You open your smartphone and click “fly to L.A.” The app notes your location, driving time to the airport, provides flight options, accesses your award mileage program, rents a car, reserves your favorite hotel and makes dinner reservations in L.A. The software knows your preferences for traveling times, price … Continue reading Dental Office Time Management and Patient Care Series: Automatic treatment planning!
An important new study indicates that dentists may be able to screen patients for diabetes during an appointment. According to the WHO nearly 347 million people suffer from Diabetes and by the year 2030 it will be the seventh leading cause of death. Dentists are certainly comfortable working in the oral cavity and no one expects to have … Continue reading Diabetes screening by your Dentist?
Leaders in dentistry and medicine backing you up at the point of care. The Clinical Team is more than just names with credentials; they created and shaped the clinical substance that appears in Dental Symphony. Including distinguished faculty from Baylor Dental School, the editor of JADA, former Chief Dental Officer of England, the editor of … Continue reading Introducing the Dental Symphony Clinical Team