The Importance of Same-Day Dentistry and How to Offer It.
Everyone wants something, and they want it yesterday.
In such a fast paced world, how does a dental office keep up with patient expectations?
By offering same-day dentistry.
Eliminate the lab and do everything in the office.
What does that mean, exactly?
Let’s face it, people are busy. They don’t have time to go back and forth from the dentist to complete one procedure. They look for alternatives if they’re forced to wait months for an appointment. Patients want to be in and out with their problems solved.
Traditional dentistry is falling to the wayside in lieu of digital dentistry. This convenient approach to the practice is faster, accurate and much more comfortable for the client. It is also more cost-effective in the long-term.
What do I need to become a Same-Day-Dentist?
Known as CAD/CAM (which means computer-aided design/computer assisted manufacturing) this dentistry method enables dentists to design and create prosthodontics and sometimes in less than 1 hour! Dentists can then use a 3D printer to make dental crowns, teeth bridges, veneers, onlays, inlays, dentures, and dental implant-supported prostheses while the patient is waiting.
The technological components of CAD/CAM are growing by the day, and already include software, digital scanners and printers. Here is a video of a chairside milling machine at work.
While switching from traditional to digital dentistry is an investment of both time and money, it is proving itself to be the future. Same-day dentistry is becoming an essential component to a forward-thinking practice.
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Offering same-day dentistry is important in meeting patient expectations in a fast-paced world. This approach eliminates the need for multiple appointments and offers convenience, speed, accuracy, and cost-effectiveness. To become a same-day dentist, one needs to invest in CAD/CAM technology, which includes software, digital scanners, and printers. While this is an investment, it is proving to be the future and an essential component of a forward-thinking practice.