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Reality Based Digital Treatment Planning - Part 4

Description:
In part 4 of this series, Dr. Steven Feldman outlines his utilizition of XCPT interactive software to communicate his goals of therapy to the patient as well as any colleagues and staff. In addition, the use of the software to more easily fascilitate the digital management of a patient’s clinical information and documentation of treatment. Dr. Feldman showcases a clinical case to demonstrate how the software is used to develop, explain and communicate his vision of treatment need and options to the patient and potential referral.

Date Added:
3/19/2009

Author(s):

Steven J. Feldman, DDS Steven J. Feldman, DDS
Dr. Feldman received his dental degree from Marquette University and graduated from the Post Graduate Periodontology Program at Tufts University

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Questions & Comments
Sam Busich - (7/17/2009 4:01 PM)

Erich;

I couldn't agree more. Outstanding case presentation software for the patient and referring dentist.
Most patients don't understand half that is told to them or written down. This does it in an easy to understand manner.
Also, it has assisted me in inventory selection and management for the staff.

Sam

Erich Zimmermann - (7/14/2009 8:45 PM)

I found this a very helpful treatment planning and case presentation software for both the patient and the entire implant team. It is a simple and very effective communication device.

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