Making the Digital Transition: A California Dental Practice Outlines Its Roadmap to CAD/CAM

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Making the Digital Transition: A California Dental Practice Outlines Its Roadmap to CAD/CAM

Making the Digital Transition: A California Dental Practice Outlines Its Roadmap to CAD/CAM
Great article published in Compendium magazine about our client Friedman Dentistry making the transition to digital dentistry.

Mark Friedman, DDS, and his son, Matt Friedman, DDS, are the owners of Friedman Dentistry in Encino, California, where they are committed to a digital workflow to include radiography, photography, and videography, as well as digital patient records. "Our philosophy has always been to embrace new technologies that would help us improve the patient care experience while also advancing the quality of restorative dentistry we provide," Mark Friedman says.

The practice offers a full range of restor-ative dentistry services. During treatment, patients are able to access streaming multimedia content on a suspended iPad with wireless headphones or observe their dental procedure live from a surgical microscope's camera. Notwithstanding their commitment to innovative technologies, the practitioners were initially resistant to incorporating in-office CAD/CAM.

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Making the Digital Transition: A California Dental Practice Outlines Its Roadmap to CAD/CAM

Making the Digital Transition: A California Dental Practice Outlines Its Roadmap to CAD/CAM
Great article published in Compendium magazine about our client Friedman Dentistry making the transition to digital dentistry.

Mark Friedman, DDS, and his son, Matt Friedman, DDS, are the owners of Friedman Dentistry in Encino, California, where they are committed to a digital workflow to include radiography, photography, and videography, as well as digital patient records. "Our philosophy has always been to embrace new technologies that would help us improve the patient care experience while also advancing the quality of restorative dentistry we provide," Mark Friedman says.

The practice offers a full range of restor-ative dentistry services. During treatment, patients are able to access streaming multimedia content on a suspended iPad with wireless headphones or observe their dental procedure live from a surgical microscope's camera. Notwithstanding their commitment to innovative technologies, the practitioners were initially resistant to incorporating in-office CAD/CAM.

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Thats really nice brother, What a revolution!
 

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