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There are two types of consistency: action and motivation. Consistency in action is just what it sounds like. Do the same thing every time, no matter what the circumstances surrounding that action might suggest otherwise. Some call it being steadfast, others stubborn, but consistency in action alone misses the mark.
Consistency in motivation, however, is what separates leaders in orthodontics from those left wondering why the world changed around them. As computing technology and AI capabilities change the dental industry — just as they have changed nearly every industry we interact with — the people and organizations committed to motivational consistency have evolved along with it.
Limiting what has changed about dentistry to the past two years is to miss the point: The industry was always going to change, even as recent changes were made out of necessity.
Remote monitoring technology has advanced to the point where dental professionals can reliably trust smartphones and capable monitoring software to expand their practices beyond what was conventionally feasible. With advanced remote monitoring comes the possibility for practices and organizations to adjust how they provide care for their patients, offering better treatment experience and more touch points for the provider, without sacrificing consistency in their motivation to treat patients effectively and to keep their practice healthy.
Without question, the change being made today by leading providers will reshape what it means to provide care to patients in the most effective, convenient and practical manner possible. Before remote monitoring solutions were available, it was inconceivable to monitor a patient’s clear aligner or braces treatment every single week — but now it is, and patients can enjoy the benefit of making only necessary in-practice visits while providers can leverage the optimized chair time in any way they see fit.
For some, that might mean bringing on more patients. For others, it might mean reducing time in office without having to take on fewer patients.
But for all, it means leveraging technology to reaffirm their motivation for why they began a profession in dental care.
To be consistent is a question of why, not how. And when paired with a digital solutions partner committed to always finding how to best leverage emerging technologies for the betterment of dental practices, there’s only one question left to ask: Where will DentalMonitoring take your practice?
More information about DentalMonitoring is available at dental-monitoring.com.