How do dentists implement technology into their practices?

Levin, Roger P.
November 2006
Proofs;Nov2006, Vol. 89 Issue 5, p72
Trade Publication
The article discusses the effective implementation of technology in dental health practice. Dentists should develop plans to train their personnel in the proper use of the technology. Operational costs associated with the use of the technology must also be assessed. Cost-efficient approaches for communicating the benefits of technologies to the patients should be implemented.


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