The Future of Dentistry Podcast with Dr. Maria Kunstadter
The TeleDentists: Delivering Top-notch Dentistry Services at Your Doorstep in a Cost-effective Way
Cavities, worn tooth enamel or fillings, gum disease, fractured teeth, or exposed roots are some of the most common dental problems that have been prevalent since ages. According to a prominent research, more than six million people annually experience an urgent dental problem but many find it challenging to find a right doctor on immediate basis.
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The TeleDentists Partners with Resellers, Employers, Health Systems, Urgent Care: Brings National Dental Teledentistry Solution to Millions of Americans
Thanks to a growing number of industry partnerships, employer relationships and reseller agreements, the TeleDentists’ unique teledentistry solution is now available to provide consultations for non-traumatic urgent dental care at any time and from anywhere.-- representing a full spectrum of healthcare delivery in multiple settings from hospitals and urgent care centers to colleges ....
The TeleDentists Take the Telehealth Market by Storm
The Next Wave in Telehealth and Virtual Care
When attendees at the largest event in telehealth saw our booth, they were simply amazed since many were not aware of our company or the significant opportunity in teledentistry....
Dentists Use Telehealth to Improve Access to Care - And Fight a Phobia
Dentists are looking to telehealth and mHealth to improve access to oral care during emergencies - and to convince reluctant patients to overcome their fear of the dentist's office.
by Eric Wicklund
Teledentistry: Survey Shows Patients Are Ready to Welcome It
In our digital times, telemedicine is becoming a very popular topic for both patients and doctors. A recent survey by DentaVox addressed patient’s view on teledentistry, the remote delivery of dental care, consultation, follow-up care, and education over...
Amidst a Pandemic, Teledentistry Takes Center Stage
by Kristin Hohman
In 1925, radio and publishing pioneer Hugo Gernsback wrote an article for his magazine, Science and Invention that predicted a device that would allow doctors to treat patients from afar.1 Gernsback called the device a teledactyl (tele for “far” and dactyl for ....