They say a picture is worth a thousand words, they even have more impact when spoken from the patients interpretation of intraoral imaging. Intraoral images can explain to patients what words can’t say.
Intraoral cameras are an integral part of successful dental practices, proving a variety of benefits from case acceptance to claim support. One of the most critical roles intraoral cameras can have in a dental office is for oral cancer referrals. The...
Dental practices don’t need to hope for the Luck of the Irish to deliver a pot of gold, instead the use of an intraoral camera has been proven to put coins in your pocket.
MouthWatch is celebrating the resilience and perseverance of dental professionals as they resume mobile dentistry.
Treating special needs patients can be challenging and rewarding — all in the same breath! Many are faced with difficulties ranging from physical to intellectual and many times a combination of both. Take Autism for example: it is an intellectual...
Ever wonder why some dental practices always seem busy and excel where others are struggling to keep a full schedule? Top producing dental offices say use of intraoral cameras in patient care, treatment planning and case acceptance makes all the difference.
Infection Control Intraoral cameras are used for patient education and case presentation, but have you thought of using one to reduce disease transmission? In the ongoing pandemic, dental practices are ever-evolving to find methods to reduce risk of infection...
Thousands of dentists know the secret to increasing patient case acceptance, do you? What one trick can help educate patients on a variety of conditions, increase payor acceptance and document finding all in one? Utilizing an intraoral camera does just that.
Dental programs are faced with challenge of how to ensure students are meeting the clinical requirements, and scrambling to adapt policies to ensure continued learning. MouthWatch is offering solutions.
If there is a way to let the dentistry sell itself after you lay out the simple facts would you do it? Advances and affordability of technology has allowed us to do just that. One of the simplest ways is to ensure there are intraoral cameras in every operatory, the ease of use to capture an image and allow the patient to see what you see and aids the patient in understanding the needs.