The Road to Better Patient Care Starts With Total Imaging
Matthew D. Stump, DDS
June 15, 2016
Panoramic x-ray is an essential diagnostic tool because it may indicate potential or existing issues, valuable information about patients’ oral health and the anatomy of their maxillofacial area
Patient benefits of panoramic imaging include lower radiation (vs 3D imaging), more efficient appointments, improved patient comfort, and ease of use
Panoramic x-rays offer the capability to provide orthodontic work for the growing adult braces market
Investment in technology shows your patients that you are committed to superior care, and helps you to close more cases
For practitioners considering investing in advanced imaging technology, Matthew D. Stump, DDS, shares his experience in this new eBook, explaining how total imaging has become essential to his practice.
Imaging technology provides confidence for specialized services and for everyday general practice. The ability to complete a procedure with a high degree of precision, along with the improved diagnostic capabilities, pays for your investment. By increasing the range of procedures you perform, you’re also able to increase production in your office.
In addition, patients are often undecided about whether or not to proceed with therapy. With your investment in advanced technology, patients see that you’re an expert, and they are better able to visualize their treatment. This allows you to close more cases.
Learn more about how Dr. Stump’s team put imaging technology in place to practice better dentistry in this eBook interview.
About the Author
Matthew D. Stump, DDS, practices in Charleston, WV, where he focuses on comprehensive, cosmetic, and implant dentistry. A diplomate within the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, Dr. Stump is also a Clinical Assistant Professor at West Virginia University.