We recently sent out a survey to Periodontists and PANDA Perio users to gain insights on the industry. Our goal at PANDA has always been to provide real, actionable advice you can use in your practice, but we also use this information to make our software even better.
If you haven’t yet taken the survey, you can do so here.
Your responses will give you personalized results that you can apply to your unique practice. But here’s a little preview on what you can expect:
Whether you’re brand new to the Periodontal field or you’ve been treating patients for 20 years or longer, the value of preparation never changes.
Because of the many moving parts the Periodontist faces each day, it’s important to have a system in place so that no task or detail falls through the cracks. When you can be prepared for every patient, phone call, and meeting, you can avoid backlogs or having to redo work.
A round-up of four common periodontal software solutions for easy comparison
When it comes to choosing software for your periodontal practice, most practice owners face two choices: opt for a general management software or choose one specifically made for the dental industry. There are countless options for the former given their basic nature, but finding the best solutions for periodontal’s unique needs isn’t so easy.
For starters, there aren’t nearly as many industry-specific options compared to general practice management. And of the industry solutions that do exist, many of them are more heavily tailored to general dentistry and not periodontal professionals.
We’ve rounded up four of top software products for periodontal professionals so you can compare their features and make an informed decision for your practice:
Fast Notes is a cloud-based app that’s still fairly new in the periodontal community. It’s touted as a...