Resources for talking to your dentist about why teledentistry should be on their short list of practice improvements.
Schedule them for a 15-minute introduction to teledentistry and optional demo of TeleDent by MouthWatch.
What Does Your Dentist Need to Know About Teledentistry?
A short list of teledentistry impacts for the whole practice and the whole team that your dentist may not be aware of.
Teledentistry applications with the right platform are not limited to remote patient video consults. Important benefits can be achieved by using teledentistry with office workflows.
Teledentistry for Resilient Practices
Dr. Margaret Scarlett, practicing dentist and CDC consultant, discusses how teledentistry gives practices options and resilience to adapt and thrive.
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MouthWatch is celebrating the resilience and perseverance of dental professionals as they resume mobile dentistry.
Some wonder how to use teledentistry. Some question how to bill and get paid using teledentistry. One of the most burning questions is, “Am I covered allowed and legally covered if I use teledentistry?”
Every 14 seconds, a person visits the emergency department for a dental problem, equating to 2.2 million ED visits annually! The cost of those visits surpasses $2.4 billion. Furthermore the ADA estimates that 80% of emergency dental visits could take place in a...
2020 has brought us many things, some challenging and some disguised as a silver lining. It has taught us how to adjust and adapt beginning that fateful March day when dental offices coast to coast were shut down.
How prepared are you this time? When COVID-19 took over the world and the US halted dental care for a period of time dental practices were left to scramble to find a way to interact and provide care to patients. Teledentistry became the normal and offices were left trying to figure out how to maneuver the new climate of care.
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...
The stress that 2020 has brought to the world has led to a variety of stress caused ailments, including recent news reports of dentists reporting a higher incidence of fractured teeth versus pre-COVID. One common manifestation of stress is bruxism, which can lead to...
Transitioning the front-office into a teledentistry specialist can help the practice transition into a more productive model by utilizing available technology.