The documentation routines of daily dentistry should be simple, clear and flexible: the details of patient specific findings and operations should be easily at hand any time. But is this the reality of an average dental practice of today?
Have you already wondered how to use modern dental video technology in your daily dental work but don't quite know how to begin? Start by watching these videos by doctor Wayne Hollar to learn what opportunities lie ahead in video dentistry
Pediatric patients often deserve extra attention at the dentist's and hygienist's office. When the atmosphere is positive, the overall experience becomes easier for all parties. Dental video technology and live image of your own mouth is interesting and helps the young patient to settle down and focus.
As dental professionals, we all want better treatment plan acceptance. We know that an informed patient is more likely to accept the treatment we recommend and feel satisfied with the procedure. We also know the challenges: it's difficult to describe complex dental procedures to a patient with only words; we fear of talking about high value procedures; not to mention the awkwardness of being looked like a sales person instead of dental professional.
Video technology can be used to improve communication with patients in simple ways. Video helps patients and dental professionals communicate with each other more effectively from the moment the first appointment is scheduled to after the visit at the clinic.