Open Dental is CDAnet certified and ready for use in all Canadian offices. Read this post to learn more about Canada-specific features in Open Dental, and setup steps to ensure your software will perform as expected.
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In this tips & tricks post, learn more about end-of-year letters, changing settings and adding options to various areas of Open Dental, dropping old insurance coverage, and dealing with roll-over benefits.
This Time Card FAQ post answers common questions about security settings, using time clocks, and managing employee time in Open Dental.
The Open Dental Campus, located on Marietta Street in Salem, Oregon is continuing to grow! Read about all that’s happened since our last update, and developments still to come.
Read this post to see why Open Dental eServices are loved by patients and practices alike for their time-saving, anytime, anywhere access, and for simply making life easier!
We are excited to announce that Version 18.2 has been released as Stable. This version implemented 33 requested enhancements and features! Read the highlights in this post, then update to unlock all the software has to offer!
It’s that time of year again: time to send end-of-year letters to patients with insurance benefits remaining, and get them in for treatment before the end of the year. and Open Dental has some great built-in tools to streamline this process.
Whether it’s a new or existing patient, presenting care in a way that the patient understands, and results in them getting the care they need can be challenging. Read this post for some tools to increase case acceptance, and how to measure success!
In this tips & tricks post, learn how to track claim follow-up activity, how to make sure the DEA number prints on your paper prescriptions, and how to view a complete record of a patient (and their family members’) appointments.
Practice knowledge is most powerful when it’s documented and centralized. Meet the Open Dental Wiki – your new practice knowledge hub.