Paperless dental practice: As digitization of practices becomes more widespread, many options make 'going paperless' attainable
The days of putting in orders to OfficeMax for thousands of manila folders are coming to an end. Dental practices have inched toward going completely digital for years by adopting technology like intraoral cameras, digital radiography and CBCT. Many offices now use computerized practice management software for scheduling and treatment planning, which can be viewed on computer monitors stationed in each operatory. As digitization of practices becomes more widespread, more and more options are presented making "going paperless" attainable for every dental practice. As you watch the stacks grow at the front desk, the many sources from which an office accumulates paper are made evident.
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