There are far more choices of tools and software than we can probably ever keep count of. It can be remarkably confusing for practices and practitioners to have chosen the right tools in their kit (no pun intended).
Managing your dental practice without the right dental software can be tough. You wouldn’t use an excavator to create an insertion for a filling, right? You’d use a dental drill. Similarly, you wouldn’t have notes or a spreadsheet nowadays to handle and manage your patient information.
There are better ways, and this blog is written to help you choose the best UK-based dental practice software for 2023.
We’ll cover a range of topics leading, from practice management tools, CRMs, chatbots, website content management systems and social media automation software.
Not enough time to go through the whole thing now? We can email you a copy to read later.
Table of Contents
What is dental software?
Dental software is computer programs that help manage your practice or clients. It can help:
- Manage and organise patient data and appointments
- It can help communicate with patients
- The software can be used for marketing (if it allows it)
- By storing patient leads and information in CRMs, you can build better and stronger relationships with your patients.
The Best Dental Practice Software UK - 2023 edition
You may have encountered several articles about dental software – in most cases, they highlight practice management software.
I’m here to tell you that there is much more involved than just that. A different set of software needs to be considered and explored during your decision-making process.
The best dental software blog post isn’t only for existing dental offices, clinics and practitioners. If you want to open a practice soon, this will be your Yoda to Luke Skywalker (I hope you’re a star wars fan).
A quick disclaimer: The listed tools are in no particular order but a curated list based on research and feedback from practice owners who have used/are using them.
So what do I mean by types of dental software?
Let’s discover the breakdown:
1. Dental Practice Management Software
This may be one of the most important software categories to get right for your dental practice. From experience, once practice owners are set on dental software, they’re a bit reluctant to move later on because:
- It can be a new learning curve
- Data could go missing
- Systems that work may get broken
But things change, and technology develops. You may already be considering alternative tools from the legacy ones, such as Software of Excellence (widely known across the industry, but you already knew that – smarty pants).
Dentally: Cloud Based Dental Practice Management Software
Let’s start off with Dentally.
Over the last little while, Dentally’s dental software has been smoothly galavanting its way into the dental world. But they’re SO needed too. Here’s why.
Improved IT infrastructure.
For those practice owners or practitioners who are familiar with legacy tools like the software of excellence (SOE), you may have experienced a slight frustration that the data isn’t available from anywhere and everywhere. In other words, it’s this dental software isn’t entirely cloud-based.
Let’s face it; we depend on cloud-based software because we want the information to be accessible anytime in just a few taps or clicks. You can’t deny it; otherwise, you would still send hand-written letters, not WhatsApps.
Don’t get me wrong, SOE is by no means smacked out of the park, but Dentally, it has proven to be quite the asset to many practices. Here’s a quick preview.
Besides this being a cloud-based, practice management solution and software, what makes Dentally stand out from the crowd?
Let’s explore its best features.
Dentally splits its tool into 3:
Dentally Practice Management Software
The Dentally suite packs modules that can assist the running of your practice daily.
Designed around your patients, Dentally software, allows you to keep track of all your patients’ needs and stay on top of admin with a dynamic diary and all your schedules and patient records in one place. Providing your patients with a simple experience is easy with easy-to-use calendars, fast patient searches, and transparent records.
You can streamline every stage of your patient journey with Dentally, so your patients can expect a smooth experience from start to finish. Dentally recognises that patient experience is paramount, so they ensure your team has access to everything they need at their fingertips. You can check in yourself, fill out a medical history questionnaire, complete any paperwork, and pay fast either on-site or remotely.
You can allow your patients to book appointments online 24/7 on your own dental practice website with Dentally Portal’s Online Appointment Booking. Additionally, you can let them view, manage, and cancel appointments within the patient scheduling software.
Get everything done with Dentally. Stay connected, keep your team working efficiently, and your patients will get the best care possible. It’s easy to manage your patients, too. Dentally makes managing patients a breeze, taking care of all your admin, tracking tasks, managing finances, and managing day-to-day tasks.
As part of Dentally’s customer success program, you’ll be guided through the implementation of the software, helping you improve and grow your business.
Your existing patients can use Dentally Portal to manage their journey through your clinic and build better relationships.
Sensai – A CareStream Dental Software
CareStreams Sensai Cloud is probably one of the least talked about dental software I’ve seen – yet it offers a powerful cloud-based solution for practices.
In comparison to the success of Dentally, there is a bit of a learning curve to this software but nothing which some training cannot fix.
Reports show that it can occasionally freeze, slowing down the way you work at your practice. Users have also suggested that some key features are missing that could impact the process of bookings and management too. See Reviews To Sensai’s Dental Software.
Software of Excellence – Exact
Software of Excellence is one of the best-known practice management software tools available today. The dental software currently empowers thousands of dental practices across the UK and beyond to run an organised and efficient practice.
What’s important to running a successful practice is the team inside the practice can use the desktop software seamlessly. No doubt, running a complex system with too many variables can become frustrating, overwhelming and tiresome. But SOE?
They take away the daily pain of being able to manage a dental clinic. However, that being said – with the technological advancements in dental software, SOE lacks specific attributes that matter to scaling practices. For example:
- Lack of employee access off-site
- Online booking systems aren’t as smooth as they should be, especially when practices spend money on ads to bring in leads. You’d want and expect online booking systems to be fast, intuitive and seamless.
Lack of integrations to other software tools such as Stripe and DenGro CRM.
- Lack of cloud facilities. SOE is great as an on-site practice management software. However, it’s limited to the environment. Whilst practice owners prefer to have full visuals and coverage while they may be away from the practice, SOE’s dental software could be modernised a little more.
Who knows what the future holds? SOE might come through with brilliance in the coming year(s).
In conclusion, Software of Excellence’s dental software, it’s a gold mine for in-practice management. If SOE worked on the cloud as many practice managers and owners desired, it could retain many customers on its platform.
Learning what dental management software can do for practices may seem like a reoccurring pattern. What it boils down to for the actual users is:
- Modern interface
iSmile provides a solution built on a classic user interface. Whilst it’s still a great tool and will perform the needs of practice management, they could certainly improve the look and feel of it. It’s to modernise – everyone loves a soft, friendly-looking UI.
Here are some of the key features of iSmile’s dental software:
Patient Reminders Management
With iSmile’s central patient module, managing patients is a breeze. Using a user-friendly menu system and mouse point-and-click, you can manage patient information, dental charts, financial statements, appointments, communications, important alerts and overall manage patient records.
Users can see their day, week or month with iSmile’s diary functions. The diary automatically picks up appointment information for patients who need appointments based on a mini summary day view, which interacts with the main calendar for quick navigation.
It has management tools that let you manage staff and practice tasks efficiently. Detailed reporting lets you see daily sales, expenditures, and net and bankable amounts.
Whenever patients arrive at your practice, Surgery Live alerts you, lists them, and lets you track their progress. With this feature, users can jump to their patient’s records to do anything without looking for them manually.
To successfully manage a practice, you need to collect data and draw out valuable information. With iSmile, you can produce detailed reports about your patients and practice.
SMS and Email
A single click of a mouse lets you send multiple SMSs to patients due to recalls linked to automated patient recall alerts. You can send SMS and email messages to iSmile’s patient lists for marketing purposes.
By clicking, dragging, and dropping, iSmile offers dentists a unique and flexible clinical module for charting, creating treatment plans, planning, and recording clinical notes while maintaining all patient data in one place.
With system settings, you can set up common notes and treatment durations – but still, reorder and set prices anywhere you want. iSmile’s features are designed to be flexible because we know all practitioners work differently.
In addition to Botox, Dermal Filler, PRP and Dermal Therapy charts, iSmile also tracks hyperhidrosis, chest, and neck. You can add items to charts with drawing tools and take pictures and generate quotes with the other functionality.
To stay competitive, iSmile’s highly talented in-house product development team allows them to innovate and deliver upgrades ahead of their competitors.
Automated Recalls and Reminders
Keeping patient numbers up to date is key to your business. With iSmile’s automated reminders and recalls, you can update patients regularly by email, text or letter.
You can easily set up recalls and appointment reminders to go out before the recall or appointment due date, as well as if the recall is overdue or the appointment is missed through powerful forms.
Software4Dentists is a promising practice management solution designed for. The dental management software is available for both localised computers as well as having it on the cloud too.
It’s clear that we’ve talked a lot about the cloud in this post. It illustrates how important it is to be able to access information at any time and from anywhere.
Overall the solution serves its purpose and does well at that, it’s followed by some feature and customisation limitations which matter to practice owners. And, my personal opinion would be that they could do with a UI upgrade!
It’s feature-rich and has a lot of functions that can help build Dr-patient relationships, retain patients and provide a decent experience for both patients and practices.
2. CRM/Lead Management
Leads are everything to a growing dentist.
There are budgets of tens of thousands spent on monthly Google Ads and social media ads by clinics to acquire new patients for their practice.
It’s extremely noisy online.
A dental CRM (pretty much the same as any other CRM software) can help organise:
- Incoming leads/enquiries
- Marketing communications
- Patient relationships
The key is in:
- Mapping out your patient journey
- What is the desired outcome
- Set up your pipelines
- Configure your website to drive leads into your pipeline (easy access to forms, appointments and enquiry bookings)
- Launch it
Efficiency is one part of enabling the utility of a CRM, but practice owners discovered that there was no room to miss leads any longer.
Whether it’s a message from online, directly on your website or even a phone call, the CRM will handle almost everything you need.
We’ve prepared an eye-popping list of CRMs you can adapt within your practice. As I said, it’s not about having niche-specific CRMs, i.e. it doesn’t need to be labelled dental CRM, only dental software, for it to deliver impact to your business.
They all achieve the same thing. It is just about which one you’re the most comfortable with.
DenGro is a CRM created specifically for dental practices and practitioners.
It’s a beautiful piece of software designed to be friendly for everyday practice users to quickly get to the essentials of what you need.
With DenGrow, you can nurture and handle patient inquiries and leads that come in through your PMS (practice management software).
The all too familiar system is to note down enquiries on a sticky with the hopes that the receptionist will get back to the prospective patient for their appointment.
At this stage, it’s normal to let those things slide or to lose the sticky note entirely.
That’s where DenGro thrives; all information goes directly into the CRM, meaning no leads are ever missed or forgotten about.
In turn, for your practice, this means that it stays booked out, with more revenue and more patients to love and care about.
Key benefits of DenGro:
- Automates marketing, In other words, all the tasks you find are a bit of a mission to get to are handled well by DenGro, such as sending out new patient emails, newsletters, SMS and more.
- CRM to help manage leads whether you’re an NHS practice, private or both. Centralises all enquiries
- Understanding where leads are coming from, in turn, can help optimise your marketing budget.
- Dashboard view of high-line figures e.g. the number of appointments, which specific treatments and which quantity etc.
ActiveCampaign is a more generic CRM than DenGro, but when it all comes out in the wash, you can achieve the same on either CRM.
ActiveCampaign is packed with many features that can take automation to the next level for dental practices, but it’s all down to the patient journey and acquisition. You may not always need everything a CRM has to offer – right away, at least.
How do you maximise the use of a CRM and unlock its potential to automate basic processes and make your practice thrive?
Consider the journey and the pipeline.
ActiveCampaign can help think of it in two:
- Sales automation: Where you manage the enquiries and leads
- Marketing automation: Where you manage patient relationships and communication
There may be a learning curve for setting this up, but the appointed marketing company would generally know how to work it out. However, if you’re trying to do this on your own, what better way than to ask ActiveCampaign themselves how you can set up a powerful CRM for your dental practice?
You would be surprised to see how much help these companies can be.
Overall, it’s worth considering ActiveCampaign as your CRM. With the fantastic tools that it packs, your dental practice automation will be on cloud 9.
If you’re starting out with CRMs, pipelines and automation, PipeDrive is a great place to start.
A simple setup and interface can make or break your confidence in using a CRM and channelling your marketing efforts.
Key benefits of PipeDrive:
- Simple to get started
- Various different pipelines for business needs
- Intuitive AI
- Smooth UX
- Great support
- Not-so-steep learning curve
- Automate marketing
- Easily manage leads and opportunities
Monday CRM is an interesting one. In fact, this is one CRM / management tool I’ve always been interested in and peculiar about.
Monday.com adapted the feel of an excel spreadsheet into an intuitive and user-friendly interface.
The CRM allows you to create the user flows needed to run a successful dental practice, including automation – so you don’t have to keep doing the boring stuff.
When we talk about automation, we mean something like this:
A patient enquires about treatment at your practice. The submission from your kick-ass dental website then shoots into the CRM. Your receptionist picks up on the lead and moves along the sales pipeline, which can look something like this:
Lead ➞ Made Contact ➞ Considering Treatment ➞ Offer ➞ Win or Lose
This is the essence of the CRM pipeline, but it’s not a cookie-cutter model. You can tailor this to your patient’s desired journey.
Let’s say, for example, you want to promote composite bonding. Composite bonding can be a high-ticket item for patients to go for immediately. In fact, you even scare them with the whole pricing aspect of things.
So you decide to set up a low-ticket campaign to generate as many leads as possible. You go for “Free Oral Cleaning, Until March End 2023”.
Your pipeline can look something like this:
Lead ➞ Hygiene Appt ➞ Consideration ➞ Offer ➞ Close Deal
Let’s break this down a little further.
Lead: This is when the patient enquires about your Google/social Ad campaign
Hygiene Appt: The receptionist will then pick up the lead, contact the patient, and schedule them for an oral cleaning appointment.
Consideration: The dentist then provides consultation during the cleaning about composite bonding and discusses the benefits. Your patient gets excited and says they will think about it.
Offer: Because of your brilliant CRM configuration, once the patient leaves, an hour later, they will receive an automated email thanking them for visiting and displaying an offer for composite bonding followed by a button that is a booking link.
The patient gets excited by the offer and thinks about the consultation with the dentist. They let themselves feel they deserve it and make a booking with your brilliant offer.
Close Deal: You got the booking for composite bonding in the bag. The campaign looks like a success, and you decide to use this process across your practice for high-ticket treatments.
You scale, grow and succeed.
FYI: this isn’t just a story. This is your patient’s journey and a recipe for success with any CRM. Remember to map out your user journey and goals for your campaign; then, you can put the processes in place.
You can automate emails that help carry your patient on their journey from the moment they fill in that form on your website.
If I filled in a form showing interest in Invisalign treatment, It would be in your interest as a dental practice owner to provide me with information in the run-up to booking my treatment. This could be things like:
- Beginners guide to Invisalign
- Things you should know before getting Invisalign
- How the treatment works
- What can they expect
and much more.
You may be thinking, why is this relevant? Well, because you’re getting your lead much earlier in the journey and having this form of patient communication, that only helps patients feel much more comfortable about their experience.
It’s important to understand that not every lead is a customer. I could enquire and still go somewhere else. That’s why it’s really important to keep patients:
- Cared about
Before they even walk into your practice doors.
Content doesn’t mean blogs alone. It could be a simple explainer video, an infographic explaining the basic concepts, a friendly video pre-recorded by a dentist from your practice etc.
All in all, I think Monday.com has the potential to be something spectacular as a CRM and even dental software for your practice if used correctly. I’m so pumped about this now, and I will write an article about how you can implement Monday.com into your practice.
Copper CRM provides a great way to manage leads and dental practice marketing.
To maximise the potential of Copper CRM, you need to use Google Workspace.
This can start to look like a possible barrier to many of you or an opportunity for others.
Google is a very sophisticated platform that provides businesses with ample power to run their business from Google Workspace.
The integration with Google allows you to use the CRM to send emails, track campaigns, create email templates to add efficiency to your workflows and see all lead data with an intuitive interface.
Moreover, it also sits within your Google mail, making the experience simpler to manage.
3. ChatBot Software For Dentists
Chatbots are the talk of the practice when it comes to revamping your websites. Dental practices are always pushing to new heights to deliver exceptional patient care. This starts by helping them the moment they reach the website.
Depending on the Chatbot technology used, you can do some seriously powerful things with it; this includes automating general conversation.
For dental practitioners and practices, automating patient bookings is a booming trend in the UK anyway.
Have you ever heard of a tool called EnquiryBot? If not, you’re missing out on a beast of a dental software that can exponentially grow your patient bookings.
I mean this now because it’s the most popular tool out there that dentists use, but it’s not the only one.
I’ll go through EnquiryBot below as well as some alternative exciting chatbots for you to consider too.
Imagine a world where your receptionist is always awake, sitting at his desk, taking in one appointment after the other. Not wasting time with anything else, taking coffee breaks, and missing opportunities whilst trying to serve patients at the front desk.
What a world that would be. And, it’s a world that is possible today with EnquiryBot. EnquiryBot is your go-to 24/7 receptionist that takes a cosy seat on the bottom-left-hand-side of your website page.
It works in an automated way to deliver the best possible experiences to patients. Though dental practice websites are filled with information (probably for SEO more than anything else), EnquiryBot takes a website visitor and turns them into a lead for the practices by taking the following info:
- Basic contact information
- Service of interest
- Provides an opportunity for patients to submit any images of their teeth that might be helpful
Sometimes, it can be that simple.
EnquiryBot has a backend engine that also behaves like a super easy CRM. This can help practice managers, and receptionists manage the enquiries that come into the practice.
Now, check this out.
EnquiryBot allows you to merge all communication channels into one area. What does this mean for you?
If you’re using Facebook or Instagram, a website chat, business WhatsApp and more, these can all be brought together on the EnquiryBot dashboard, making communications simple and highly effective.
Who is it for?
Well, EnquiryBot is built for anyone. The pipeline and workflow are entirely bespoke to your practice. So, it doesn’t matter if you’re a:
- General Dentist
- Cosmetic Dentist
- Aesthetic Dentist
And the list goes on, and your pipeline is designed to fit your business.
One last thing, EnquiryBot works with dental software known as Pabau CRM too. They have direct integration, so gathering and managing patient information will be simple.
To me, it’s a no-brainer to have EnquiryBot integrated into your website.
And no, you don’t need someone sitting there answering all the enquiries one at a time whilst pulling their hair out and wishing they could 2x their caffeine load to cope.
It’s simple, seamless and fast. We’ve partnered with EnquiryBot to help you with an exclusive plan just for you.
You can create the right touchpoints and connect at the right time by connecting with Trengo, a customer engagement platform that consolidates all customer channels.
Trengo allows you to be where your customers are in areas they love to communicate with. Whilst Trengo packs a versatile communications solution, it doesn’t have too many similar features to EnquiryBot. For example, the CRM pipeline.
Communication is a part of the journey, and the customer experience goes beyond just an online chat. In fact, applying customer relationship management tools allows practices to stay on top of patient leads and enquiries whilst taking them through your pipeline.
Though Trengo can help you connect to external CRM tools like PipeDrive and HubSpot, you may want a centralised system that handles the whole process rather than separated components.
Crisp.chat is a sophisticated lead generation tool. It’s advertised as a chatbot, but given its capabilities and functions, I see it as a management solution for leads and prospective patients.
Centralised Chat Inbox using Crisp.chat
What’s important for dentists is the efficiency level of each team member. Crisp.chat offers a centralised chat inbox which brings the different members of your team together.
Unlike EnquiryBot and Trengo, Crisp.chat does not bring together communications from other mediums such as Instagram and WhatsApp.
CRM using Crisp.chat
The CRM functionality is quite cool; under the same dashboard, hopping over to another tab, receptionists and practice managers can pick up on the leads coming to the practice via the chatbot.
Overall, this can help measure the volume of leads, types of services they’re interested in, and other patient information.
Co-browsing using Crisp.chat
Crisp.chat packs in co-browsing. Co-browsing is when your team can be on the same website page as your patient. This is exceptionally helpful when they have questions or want to know something about treatment.
In the instance of treatment at the practice, you can guide them towards things like pricing, before and afters, making a booking and more.
Campaigns using Crisp.chat
Next up are campaigns using Crisp.chat. Campaigns provide a good way to build relationships between practices and patients.
When you use the ‘segments’ option for your contacts and allocate them to appropriate groups, this can help create campaigns that are very specifically focused to that audience set.
For example. You may create a segment for teeth whitening leads. Now, the next time you have an offer on whitening or something you’d like to share about it, your campaign can be very much focused on them directly.
Delivering the relevant messages to the relevant people at the right time can tremendously improve the success of your campaigns.
ChatBot vs Live Chat
Chatbot vs LiveChat might be simple enough to understand now, but let’s make a clear distinction so we’re all on the same page.
- ChatBot is conversational automation that can help prompt and guide the user.
- LiveChat is when you have agents sitting and waiting to help customers with questions.
Using Crisp.chat, you can create the ideal customer experience flow that can lead to either an enquiry or a booking at your practice.
Knowledge Bases Using Crisp.chat
Knowledge bases are something that could prove to be very useful to dental practices. In fact, I don’t think I’ve seen a place actually utilise one to its true potential before.
So how can a knowledge base help?
A knowledge base provides a way to give answers to patients about important things faster. These could be guides, instructions, things they might need about treatments, etc.
There’s no one way to create content for knowledge bases. Still, they can prove to be very useful, especially if you want to know as an authority in your field and give your prospective patients an area they can refer to for information.
I wouldn’t be surprised if patients had a question such as:
“Which toothbrush to use for sensitive gums and how often to change brush head”
Though the question may be simple, it’s just an example of how simple you can make it for patients to find the information they need.
A knowledge base is forever growing, which means that as you learn more about the types of questions patients have, the more you can answer and fill it into the knowledge base.
You can even call this a “Patient-base” if you consider implementing one into your practice website.
Overall, Crisp is a powerful ChatBot with a great place in your business. With any tool, I encourage you to try them before going in for a full implementation. It may work out or not, but that’s why it’s worth you and your team trying to use them before making an affirmative decision.
4. Social Media Automation Software
Often, it can be hard to sit there and focus on what to post every single day on your social media feeds, but there is a way where you can strategise, plan and automate.
The best I’ve seen social media work for dentists is when their practice runs the account itself. This way, there’s no action missed, and you can talk and show off real things!
An automation tool allows you to gather insights into your account, schedule posts and make better decisions towards your marketing efforts. Let’s explore some tools you can use to automate dental social media marketing.
Buffer is an incredible tool to use for your social media. A simple and intuitive UI makes planning, scheduling and organising your posts much easier.
Imagine spending 2 days a week creating and scheduling your months’ worth of social media content. Once you’ve done that, your content will be posting itself, with the desired captions and relevant hashtags you set out during your scheduling phase.
See how Buffer can help you achieve everything you need for your social media. What’s more, you can use its free trial features to see if it will work the way you want before going for a paid package with more advanced features.
Later.com is a great place to get started for social media automation once you’ve created and designed your posts, carousels, reels, tweets and TikTok.
Later.com provides you with the same capabilities as Buffer regarding post-scheduling and analytics.
- Auto post
- The visual planner of your feed
- Scheduling for stories
- Best time to post
And much more.
Meta Business Suite
Facebook now falls under the bracket of Meta now. You can use Meta business tools if your Instagram and Facebook accounts are business accounts. To access this, on your browser, type in business.facebook.com.
These tools in Meta help you manage and organise your social media accounts. In addition, there are planner tools, a way to view your posts, ad contents, insights and more.
5. Tools to Build Dental Websites
The tools you use today can play a big role in developing and advancing your dental website. Many practitioners who want to start small tend to take things into their own hands. This is where platforms like Wix play a big role.
Previously we wrote an article that helped dental managers decide which website builders to use for their dentists. Whilst this article provides a more in-depth overview of choosing a website builder, I’ll quickly provide a summary down below.
Don’t be surprised, but WordPress is one of the hugest web-technology used to create websites. WordPress powers most dental office websites. This very quickly sets the primacy of how powerful this must be if pretty much most dental practices use it.
To get started with a WordPress website, you don’t need to have knowledge of code. There are builders like BeaverBuilder, Divi, Elementor and Gutenberg that can create a drag-and-drop interface to help creators build websites.
Webflow has a steeper learning curve. Whilst there are templates available from Webflow, customising this requires some basic knowledge of HTML and CSS. In addition, Webflow doesn’t provide plugins like WordPress for enhanced functionality, so you may find limitations here.
If budget is not an issue, then you can also have custom components created for your website too.
Wix is a trendy website builder for both new and experienced users. To get more out of your Wix website, you may want to consider using Wix advanced editor called Editor X. There’s better flexibility and room for design if you’re using Editor X.
Otherwise, Wix websites tend to have a familiar look and if you’re anything like me, you’ll be able to tell at first sight.
I’d like to thank you very quickly for taking the time to read through this from top to bottom. People like you keep people going by creating in-depth content that can be of value to your practice managers and owners.
In conclusion, dental practices are well equipped with software other than just their traditional practice management software. It’s important to understand that a digital ecosystem is created around your dental clinic that can help you excel in how it performs.
Think of tools as a way to bring efficiencies to the practice. Automating as many tasks as possible means getting your team to start working on other growth strategies for the dental practice as a whole.
Tools will indeed cost your business, an expense you may think is unnecessary. But with that mindset, you’ll never see them as assets that drive change, speed, efficiency, better patient journeys, organised marketing content and more.
At Design Co Studio, we’re constantly consulting and advising practice owners of ways they can maximise their opportunities by using tools and software to enhance the dental practice flow. If you’re someone who wants to discuss any of these tools or strategies further, reach out at any time, email@example.com
Till next time!
Don’t forget to brush and floss.