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How to use pay per click (PPC) advertising to grow your dental practice

Google AdWords is a powerful platform for building your dental brand in your local geographic region. It can be key to building awareness and bringing in new patients. Search offers the ability to target users looking for services in your local area. Unlike traditional local advertising mediums, pay per click (PPC) gives hard data so you know if you’re getting a positive return on your investment. Here are some tips to get you started.
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  admin   Mar 04, 2015   Online   Comments Off on How to use pay per click (PPC) advertising to grow your dental practice   Read More

Social Media – An extension of your office

What? Social Media as an extension of your office? The title may surprise you, but it’s the honest truth. From Facebook to Twitter to YouTube, you can extend your office beyond its walls to people outside and bring in more customers. Check out these ways on how to do just that.
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  admin   Mar 02, 2015   Online   Comments Off on Social Media – An extension of your office   Read More

Electronic earplug for dental professionals simultaneously protects and allows for natural hearing

Exposure to high-frequency equipment noise is unavoidable for dental professionals. Over a period of years, exposure can gradually damage the hair cells in the inner ear, leading to tinnitus and hearing loss. A number of published studies show poorer hearing in dental professionals compared to medical professionals who are not exposed to noise. The American Dental Association recommends the use of hearing protection during usage of dental equipment. (more…)

  admin   Mar 01, 2015   Dental Tech   Comments Off on Electronic earplug for dental professionals simultaneously protects and allows for natural hearing   Read More

Cyber security new necessity for dental practices

The provision of health care is changing rapidly as providers try to maintain maximum efficiency while navigating a technology-rich climate. As a result of their reliance on electronic data, dental offices have become vulnerable to cyber security threats. The growing volume and sophistication of cyber attacks suggest that dental practices will have to grow increasingly vigilant to ward off these threats. A breach of cyber security will inevitably lead to significant expenses, both financial and reputational, which can wreak havoc on a dental practice.
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  admin   Feb 24, 2015   Security   Comments Off on Cyber security new necessity for dental practices   Read More

Windows flaw letting attackers create admins, prompts emergency Microsoft patch

Microsoft today deviated from its regular pattern of releasing security updates on the second Tuesday of each month, pushing out an emergency patch to plug a security hole in all supported versions of Windows. The company urged Windows users to install the update as quickly as possible, noting that miscreants already are exploiting the weaknesses to launch targeted attacks. (more…)

  Samer Boulos   Dec 10, 2014   Blog, Online, Security   Comments Off on Windows flaw letting attackers create admins, prompts emergency Microsoft patch   Read More

Tony Abbott announces cyber security review

Are Australia’s cyber defences up to scratch? Could traffic lights fail and “Cybergeddon” bring down our critical infrastructure? The Australian government will soon find out after Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced a review of Australia’s cyber security strategy. (more…)

  Samer Boulos   Dec 10, 2014   Blog, Security   Comments Off on Tony Abbott announces cyber security review   Read More

Dental technology: How the cloud is transforming dentistry

One of the foundations of health-care reform is moving from paper-based to digital storage systems. As technology progresses, it has become vital for dentists and orthodontists to move with the times. One clear byproduct of this is moving patient files to digital storage methods such as the cloud. (more…)

  admin   Dec 10, 2014   Blog, Dental Software, Online   Comments Off on Dental technology: How the cloud is transforming dentistry   Read More

Google predicts blue skies for cloud computing

Google says the best days are still ahead for cloud computing.

The pace at which customers are moving their data to the cloud is picking up and the price of such services will drop at a slower pace next year compared with this year, said Barak Regev, Google’s cloud chief for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. (more…)

  admin   Dec 10, 2014   Blog, Online   Comments Off on Google predicts blue skies for cloud computing   Read More
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