Expand Your Options
for Connecting to Patients
Why Teledentistry for Your Private Practice?
YOU PROVIDE THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF PATIENT EXPERIENCE
Teledentistry can help replace “the business card” referral with actual relationship building specialist collaborations that remove uncertainty and dropped treatment opportunities for the patient.
YOU WANT TO MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR CLINICAL EXPERTISE
States continue to expand the scope of practice for dental care providers, allowing more to be done under general supervision
YOU SEE PRODUCTION LOST BY INEFFICIENT DATA SHARING
Multiple email threads, CDs in the mail, data format and software interop problems, phone calls… Teledentistry can mean better seamless sharing for more production and better patient outcomes.
YOU WOULD LIKE TO DO WELL, BY DOING GOOD
Affordably provide outreach to your community and identify patients who need to come into the office for treatment
Examples of how teledentistry can add options…
Connect to New Patients With Innovative Approaches to Hygiene
Whether it’s a mobile hygiene program in pop-up clinics, community health fairs or skilled nursing facilities, or corporate “concierge” on-site dental visits, or even a small hygiene-only clinic based in a high-traffic area near you (depend on your applicable practice acts), teledentistry offers multiple ways to use a hygiene team to increase patient touch points and generate referrals for restorative care. Just as your hygienists identify the need for restorative care in their operatory, they can do this with new patients outside the office, while billing for preventive care services.
For GPs and Specialists: Turn referrals into connected-care experiences that convert to treatment
Roughly 50% of referrals (a business card handed to the patient) don’t convert into a specialist appointment. What if the patient could connect with the Specialist while still in the GP’s chair? Or, if the Specialist isn’t available, all the relevant exam details, images, digital files are sent in a convenient cloud-sync to them for review and then outreach to the patient? Remove the burden from the patient to act on a business card and help them establish a care relationship immediately that will convert to getting the treatment they need.