August 16, 2022

Routine Checkups You Shouldn’t Skip

Routine checkups are an essential part of maintaining good health and preventing disease. By seeing a doctor or other healthcare provider regularly, you can catch health problems early, when they’re more likely to be treatable. There are many types of routine checkups, and the frequency with which you should get them will depend on factors like age, family history, and overall health. Checkups that people should get regularly include physical exams, vision and hearing tests, as well as screenings for cancer and other diseases. Getting routine checkups can help to […]
August 1, 2022

The Health Benefits of Smiling

Smiling has been shown to have a positive effect on physical and psychological health. Researchers have found that a smile can offer the same level of brain stimulation as 2,000 chocolate bars. Smiling relieves stress, helps promote social connections, and causes your brain to release dopamine and serotonin. Smiling provides you with a way to help your brain interpret the world more positively, and it can reduce the negative effects of stress on your body. The right dentists can help you to reap the benefits of smiling. Through the use […]
August 1, 2022

Medical Anxiety: Causes and How To Cope

Medical anxiety is can present itself in patients and doctors alike. Doctors maintain technical expertise, determination, and confidence during medical examinations and consultations. But anxiety can taint the physician-patient relationship for different reasons, such as the patient’s medical history and background, self-image, or an overly physical environment. Studies suggest that about 20% of the general population suffers from an anxiety disorder at some point in their lives. This percentage is even greater among people undergoing medical procedures, increasing to over 55%. Fortunately, coping with this anxiety is possible with support, […]
July 25, 2022

Affordable Dental Care: A Guide for Seniors

Adults over 65 face a myriad of dental health problems. According to the CDC, around 1 in 5 adults aged 65 or older have lost all of their teeth and wear dentures. Unfortunately, having missing teeth or wearing dentures can affect nutrition. People with dentures may not be able to chew things such as fruits or vegetables, which can either be tough or full of seeds that may inevitably cause denture damage or discomfort. There are several reasons that seniors may have poor dental hygiene, stemming from things such as […]
July 14, 2022

Mistakes to Avoid Building a Private Dental Practice

Starting a dental practice can be an enduring and trying experience. With startup costs, new business responsibilities, and the transition from employee to being your own boss, it can be a lot. To help get you a head start on your journey, we’ve compiled a list of the most common mistakes to avoid when building a private practice in dentistry. Underestimating the cost At the end of the day, your practice is a business, and with any business, there are very high startup costs. On average, the startup expenses for […]
August 25, 2021

Federal E-Prescribing Mandate Deadline Is Coming

The deadline for federal e-prescribing mandates is just around the corner. Starting January 1st, 2022, providers are required to use their state’s prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP) for prescribing controlled substances covered under Medicare and Medicaid. This according to the SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act (H.R. 6) passed in 2018. In addition to the federal mandate, several states have e-prescribing mandates coming up. Regardless of state and federal mandates, e-prescribing use among healthcare providers is growing every year. E-prescribing increased in 2020 to 50 percent of all prescribed drugs, […]
July 19, 2021

5 Tips to Increase your Practice Revenue

Let’s face it, every dental office could use a little more revenue. There are a million tiny things in a dental office that affect the bottom line. But sometimes you just need to focus on a few items that can make a larger impact on the health of your practice. Here are 5 ways you can increase your practice revenue. Keeping your schedule full
June 2, 2021

17 Team Building Activities To Overcome Dental Staffing Issues

The last year and a half has been challenging. One of the hurdles I keep hearing from our customers are dental staffing issues. Employees quit, were laid off, or moved to another state. And as many other businesses these days, they are having a hard time hiring new employees. According to an ADA poll, a third of dental practices were hiring dental assistants and a quarter were hiring dental hygienists. As the dental world gets back on its feet, it’s important that you spend some time on team building to […]
March 29, 2021

Purchasing A Dental Sensor – 7 Features to Consider

March 4, 2021

With So Many Dental Software Choices, Why Choose DentiMax?

Why choose DentiMax with all the software options out there? It is safe to say that most dental practice management software solutions perform similar functions. They allow you to enter and keep track of patients, schedule appointments, and post charges. Most of them also let you take notes on procedures, perform clinical charting, create claims, and store documents and ID cards. These are the benchmarks that every dental software system should perform. When choosing a dental software system, the nuances in support, performance and usability are what sets one dental software […]
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