DentiMax

Embracing the digital ageMost dental practices rely on technology, including practice management software. Here are some of the top options available.
Why practice management systems are crucial
Why practice management systems are crucialThe DentiMax Practice Management Software is pushing dental practices forward.
How to get the perfect X-ray for you
How to get the perfect X-ray for youPerfect X-rays are in the eye of the beholder.
Managing your practice digitally: A practice management software product roundupWe took a look at some of the leading practice management software solutions.
How DentiMax Dream Sensors made a big impact in one practice
How DentiMax Dream Sensors made a big impact in one practiceOne practitioner shares his experience with DentiMax Dream Sensors.
DentiMax pushing certification to the next level
DentiMax pushing certification to the next levelLearn how DentiMax is helping dentists navigate the ins and outs of EHR incentive claims and the associated meaningful use guidelines.
Applying the DentiMax Dream Sensor in your practice
Applying the DentiMax Dream Sensor in your practiceDentiMax digital sensors are said to represent the latest technology in digital radiography. These sensors reportedly excel in every area, including image quality, patient comfort and hardware/software compatibility.
High quality, low cost dental imaging solutions

Christopher C. Linscott, DDS, has some straight-forward advice for any dentists considering starting a new office: Live within your means.

How DentiMax practice management software improves efficiency for today’s clinician

When Dr. Anita Burkholder, MD, helped her husband, Dr. Rich Burkholder, DDS, set up his new dental practice in Newport Beach, Calif., she advised him to go electronic with his health records. She knew it was essential to embrace the future of dental practice management.

EHR software from DentiMax helps dentists get the most from government incentives

Designed specifically for dentists, DentiMax’s ONC certified, electronic health records (EHR) software allows dentists who have 30% or more of their visits from Medicaid patients to qualify for an initial $21,250 government payment.