How to Grow Your Dental Practice
Increase your appointment volume and practice revenue when you implement digital tools that cut costs and allow you to offer new appliances.
How to grow your dental practice with digital dentistry
To grow your practice while ensuring the best level of patient care, you must leverage technologies that enable you to work smarter, faster, and more economically. No matter your specialty, almost all dental practices will run into issues with the analog workflow: Conventional impressions take up chairtime, the cost of materials can add up quickly (not to mention clog up shelf space), and longer turnaround times impact patient experience.
With intraoral scanning and digital dentistry software provided by Dandy, you can spend less time taking more accurate impressions, have more transparency into your order status, and see more patients without increasing your overhead costs.
Dandy is your perfect guide to a digital dental world. If you’re a new to scanning, it will make your workflow more efficient and if you’re simply looking for ways to grow business, Dandy’s interactive tools will impress your customers and inspire your team.
Save money on impression material
According to the Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry, traditional impression materials with trays cost on average $18-35. Then when you think about how many impressions you take each year, between crowns, onlays, and dentures, chances are that your practice is easily taking 300 impressions. The cost estimate for the materials alone would range from $5,400 on the low end to $10,500 on the high end.
Dandy provides you with a 3Shape TRIOS intraoral scanner at no cost to you to capture dental impressions quickly, more accurately, and without the upfront cost.
Save time on simple and complex workflows
The average patient chair time for taking traditional PVS impressions is approximately (and staggeringly) 18 minutes—if everything goes smoothly, That’s a lot of time wasted on taking traditional PVS impressions. Once you’ve been trained on intraoral scanning, taking a full arch scan can take between 60 and 120 seconds.
When dental practices partner with Dandy, they receive free, CE credited intraoral scanner training so that your whole team can get up to speed on this new, faster way to take impressions.
Let’s grow your practice!
Talk to a digital dentistry expert about how your practice can become more efficient and grow with Dandy as your partner in digital dentistry today!