teledentistry

FEMA and PPE Guidelines

PPE shortages continue to cause concern among the medical and dental communities. FEMA recently released updated practice guidelines with recommendations to "Reduce, Reuse and Repurpose" PPE and suggestions on how to implement standards. Dental offices nationwide...

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In-Office Teledentistry Workflow

Teledentistry became an essential tool for many practices during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. While offices were closed, providers were still able to offer care to their patients virtually. As offices begin to re-open, teledentistry can continue to help...

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Current MouthWatch Webinars

Over the past few months MouthWatch has hosted multiple webinars to help guide dental professionals through practicing dentistry during the COVID-19 pandemic and now into navigating the "new normal" of dentistry. Below you will find all of the webinars currently...

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ADA Guidance to Payers and Providers on PPE Reimbursement

With the American Dental Association (ADA) in accordance with the Center for Disease Control (CDC) on the increased use of personal protective equipment (PPE), many dental practices are left wondering how they will pay for the increased use and associated cost. The...

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Teledentistry by State: Quick Facts Interactive Map

A New Resource from MouthWatch MouthWatch has compiled quick facts on teledentistry across all 50 states (and DC). These are from a variety of state board and state regulation sources. You should look at your state board resources on teledentistry and understand...

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Plan For Re-opening Your Practice with Teledentistry

"Re-emergence from the depths of the pandemic will take time and defining a “new normal” for our lives and our practices. No one is really sure of what the end of this pandemic will look like, so we can only try to do our best to craft a safe and effective practice...

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Recent Posts

When the Patient Sees What You See, They Can Understand What You Do

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.

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