In this tips & tricks post, we’ll discuss charting supernumerary teeth, finding the list of patients with treatment that needs to be scheduled, and what to do when insurance sends you an additional payment (or reduces their original payment).
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Learn about employee training resources, and a new Certifications tool to help you manage your employees’ training progress in Open Dental.
Just like a house, your database can get cluttered over time, with duplicate or outdated information that could benefit from some attention. In this post, we’re going to help you do some “spring cleaning” of your Open Dental software.
There are many ways to customize Open Dental just for your practice. In this post, we’ll be looking at Definitions.
Software Update: Version 20.5 has been released as Stable, implementing 16 features requested by our users. Learn all about the new features here.
When there is a balance on a patient account, you want to be able to quickly determine where the balance is coming from, and collect the correct amount from your patient. In this post, we’ll look at why your patient may have a balance, as well as other account questions that may come up as you manage patient accounts.
Sending patient statements is vital in the Collections process. In this post, we’ll break down patient statements and how you can manage them to increase collections.
These Appointment View Fields will help your staff quickly see the most pertinent information to manage appointments quickly and efficiently.
Procedures like crowns or bridges may be done over multiple visits. Learn how the group for multiple visits tool can give you better visibility and easier management of multi-visit treatment.
There are many ways to take notes in Open Dental. We’ll discuss creating templates, recording clinical notes, notes on patient communication, accounting, security, and more!