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DentalXChange Featured in Inside Dentistry

Scott Wellwood, President of DentalXChange

President, Scott Wellwood is featured in the latest issues of Inside Dentistry talking about technologies that benefit providers and their patients. Check out the article below:

Elevate Practice Efficiency and Patient Care

Five technologies that benefit providers and their patients

Technological advances that streamline practice management and improve customer service help dental offices distinguish themselves in a highly competitive environment. Dental practices continue to face two escalating challenges: how to operate more efficiently and how to provide patients with better care. Increasing efficiency is vitally important because operating costs comprise a large percentage of practices’ total expenses. And, as the spectrum of providers has broadened, patient expectations for care have heightened.

Fortunately, the market for tools to help dental offices meet these challenges is widening, as well. Providers now have a wealth of technologies available to them that can help to streamline practice management and improve customer service. Some of the technologies that are having the greatest positive impact on dental-practice efficiency and patient care include the following:

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Three Tech Trends Shaking Up the Dental Landscape in 2020 – Dentistry Today

Our fearless leader, Scott Wellwood (President of DentalXChange) was featured in Dentistry Today! Check out the article below:

 

Today’s dental providers are increasingly discovering the benefits of integrating the latest technologies into their practice.

While the dental industry has traditionally been somewhat slow to adopt digital tools, the tides are shifting as providers begin to embrace software and systems designed to help their practices run more efficiently.

There is good reason for this shift. Research shows that the utilization of technologies, electronic services, and other tools can increase dental practices’ production and streamline workflow by between 10% and 30%.

Simply put, the right technology can improve dental practices’ overall performance.

As we move into 2020, dentistry will continue to be disrupted by technology in a variety of areas. Three tech trends in particular are likely to shake up the dental landscape in the next year:

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