Office Impact

Many dentists who are accustomed to paper records and film processing feel overwhelmed with the implementation impact associated with upgrading to digital technology—including the computerization of backend systems, the development of new processes, the need to provide staff training, and their ability to keep doors open during the transition (so that servicing patients is not affected).

The good news is that digital radiography systems have come a long way. More intuitive and easier to place, today’s digital radiography products reduce the need for personnel training and the impact on keeping your doors open during implementation. Furthermore, many of these products are available in hybrid forms and can be incorporated into current workflows (computerized or not) to smoothly transition any dental practice from paper and film to digital. To help you consider the key operational components involved during the transition, the following are some articles that explain the crucial implementation elements relevant to your dental practice.

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