par DentiMax Dental Software
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DentiMax customers are located throughout the United States, Canada, Dubai , and many other countries. The dental software offers both international and American numbering for the clinical charts.
Notes moyennes103 avis
- Note globale 4.5 / 5
- Facilité d'utilisation 4.5 / 5
- Service client 4.5 / 5
- Fonctionnalités 4.5 / 5
- Rapport qualité-prix 4.5 / 5
Informations sur le produit
- À partir de 49,00 $US/mois
- Prix Low monthly fee for unlimited technical support, upgrades and training.
- Version gratuite Non
- Version d'essai gratuite Oui
Cloud, SaaS, web
Formation en ligne en direct
Support en horaire de bureau
Informations sur l'éditeur
- DentiMax Dental Software
- Fondé en 2004
En savoir plus sur DentiMax
DentiMax is an award-winning Practice Management system suitable for small to mid-sized practices. DentiMax flows just like your dental office. From registering a new patient, to viewing x-rays while treatment planning, to understanding the patient's financials. It is packed full of powerful features like E-Rx, tight integration, live patient insurance updates, patient texting and electronic document signing. This easy-to-use system offers data conversion from many previous forms of software.
DentiMax - Fonctionnalités
- Facturation médicale
- Gestion des clients
- Gestion des dossiers patients
- Gestion des rendez-vous
- Gestion des réclamations
- Imaging and X-rays
- Planification de traitement
- Rappels de rendez-vous
Avis les plus utiles sur DentiMax
Publié le 29/10/2016
My staff and I have used DentiMax for over ten years now and I have only good things to say about it. I Love This Software!!!
I can’t say enough about the training and support that I have received from DentiMax! Their trainers are amazing (yes Alicia that’s you ) and their support is amazing too! I have used various software programs over the years, including Softdent and Dentrix , and can say without hesitation that DentiMax is by far and away the best system that I have ever used.
One of the things that I like so much about DentiMax is its reporting and billing capability. The software provides dead on accurate numbers that enable us to collect the patient’s portion before we ever bill the insurance. This is so nice. Another thing that I love about the software is its integration with digital imaging. My DentiMax’s imaging software totally integrates with the practice management side and the x-ray images are beautiful. In fact, my DentiMax digital sensors produce a better quality, crisper x-ray image than my associate’s far more expensive digital x-ray sensors (I tried to tell him).
If you are looking for a complete system that is easy to use, you should go with DentiMax. Don’t be chintzy and skip out on getting training and support. It’s not very expensive and they are very good.
Avantages: • I love the appointment book! I wish my iPhone appointment book was as easy to use. From my patient’s appointment, I can flow to their chart, ledger, patient and perio screens and access any information I want on the patient. It’s easy to move appointments around, view the scheduled production, revenue and cash flow by day and month … I can’t say enough about the appointment book. • I like the charting screen a lot too. I can even see my patients x-rays while I am treatment planning. Also, the clicks to treatment plan a patient are about ½ the clicks of the other systems I have used. It’s just nice to be able to quickly treatment plan and present it to the patient without taking a lot of time. • The ledger is really good. Right on the ledger, I can easily see what the patient owes and what the insurance owes. It also shows if the deductible has been met and what is left on the max benefit. • Clinical notes. It took me a while to give up my paper note and go electronic. All I can say is what a HUGE TIME SAVER!!! DentiMax has to have the best clinical notes on the market! • Reports and Statements. They’re good and easy to use. There are several statements but the one I like the most is the anticipated family statement. It tell the patient what they owe and what their insurance owes in detail. When my patient’s get a statement, they just pay it; the info is all right there. The statements are really good.
Inconvénients: I wish I had gone straight to DentiMax when I first started my office. I guess that’s not a con but that’s how I really feel.
Publié le 09/01/2015
Great Dental Software - Reasonable Cost
Avantages: DentiMax is easy to use and reasonably priced. The tech support is extremely helpful and even cheerful. They are available without a long wait like other, better-known dental software companies. I've always spoken to a representative who is located in the USA and who answered questions quickly. After the initial DentiMax training, the software follows a logical order, making finding your own answers to questions easy. I paid for an extra hour of training, which I used after I had a few questions and now feel very confident in using all of the functions and customizing fields to my own preferences. I am not highly computer savvy, but Dentimax follows a distinct pattern of thinking that even I can negotiate through the different pages, such as setting up perio and dental charting, ledgers, etc. If you are looking for excellent dental software and have been talking to reps from the 'big' companies, I'd suggest looking at DentiMax. The differences are about nil, but the cost difference will be huge. I work in two dental offices, besides my own alternative practice business, using the two big company software packages in my private practice jobs. Knowing these other two dental software systems allows me to compare directly. DentiMax offers everything the others do, as far as I can tell. So why pay more?
Inconvénients: The only one thing I don't like about this software is that probe readings for bleeding points have to be noted before the actual pocket reading or after you finish with pocket numbers. If you chart '5mm' , then bleeding, it advances to the next surface and the red bleeding point will be in the wrong spot. In reality, I won't know if a pocket is going to bleed until I have measured the pocket, so I want to chart the millimeter number and then the bleeding rather than the reverse. You can just go back to the sextant, quadrant, or arch to click on each bleeding point, but this makes charting slower. This is the same problem with Eaglesoft. Dentrix has this one right with charting the millimeter number, then pressing the 'B' key to note a red bleeding point as it actually occurs. For example, press '5B' and you get a 5 mm pocket with bleeding by just clicking on 2 keys. I can't imagine why the bleeding point needs to be noted first.