Adapt, develop and thrive

01 August 2020
2 min read
Volume 38 · Issue 8

If dental practices are to not only survive the next few months and years, but thrive, they need to adapt. This could mean anything from new protocols and processes to further training for the professional team, new technologies and new patient services. You might even decide to implement a combination of changes that completely revolutionise the way you deliver dentistry. While the focus will always be on enhancing the quality of patient care, there are many things you can do that will also strengthen the business and support its long-term stability. For example, remote treatment monitoring and assessment solutions may afford several advantages for your patients, but they also benefit your clinicians and your practice.



How your day is structured will likely have changed in recent times. You may be seeing fewer patients and/or spacing appointments out to allow for fallow periods in each surgery. As such, the importance of fully utilising the time you do have is crucial. With remote treatment monitoring and assessment solutions, it is possible to be reviewing potential new patients or conducting virtual consultations between practice appointments. This means you can make the very most of your time throughout the day while maximising the safety of your patients and your colleagues. The consequences of this for the practice are all positive as you can care for more patients, bring in new business and minimise down time for the dental team for enhanced productivity and profitability.

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