High-Tech Dentists

April 27th, 2007 |
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On your next visit to the dentist, you might notice a computer monitor to the side of that ergonomic chair. That’s because software designed to manage a dental practice from companies like Dentrix is being used not only to automate the backoffice and billing functions, but provide assistance in diagnosis and treatment. Today notes and charting are all digital, X-rays are taken with small digital cameras and available onscreen, reminders are sent as text messages and claims processing is all done via the Internet with insurance providers.

Andy Jensen, Dentrix’s director of marketing, talks with Brad Baldwin about the industry, and what Dentrix did to be the number one brand with approximately 50 percent market share.

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