The environmental impact of a paperless dental practice [VIDEO]

July 30, 2012
Issue 7

The Eco-Dentistry Association's  former Director Susan Beck discusses the ways paperless systems are not only beneficial to a dental practice's bottom line, but also to the planet. Going paperless provides a way for practices to improve efficiencies and also become more friendly to the environment through a variety of high-tech ways.

The Eco-Dentistry Association's  former Director Susan Beck discusses the ways paperless systems are not only beneficial to a dental practice's bottom line, but also to the planet.

Going paperless provides a way for practices to improve efficiencies and also become more friendly to the environment through a variety of high-tech ways.

In this segment of the Paperless Video Series, Beck will provide examples of how high-tech choices are eco-friendly and how to promote your green office to new patients.

"There are 100 million Americans who make choices for service providers based on their eco-friendly values," said Beck. "You can start to promote yourself as a green office that is using technologies that save the planet. You can also have a third party certification that validates everything that you're doing in the dental office."

Learn more about the Green Doc Dental Office Certification Program available through the EDA: