Planet DDS Offers Free Dental Software

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Planet DDS, Inc. now provides a free version of its Denticon dental software. Start-up and beginning dental practices can run their practices on Denticon software at no cost.

“The internet has changed the way that software and services are delivered,” says Richard Lee, CEO at Planet DDS.

Today, Planet DDS, Inc. announced that it will offer a basic package of its powerful Denticon web-based dental software for free. Planet DDS wants to make the software as accessible as possible, due to the belief that internet-based services are the future of dental office operations, and that web-based software is the platform to deliver these services.

Start-up and beginning dental practices now have access to this full featured dental practice management software. Some features include: full scheduler, treatment planning, robust insurance handling capabilities, iPhone interface, and much more. For additional low monthly fees, premium services can be added, such as: online patient registration, patient portal, charting, and digital imaging.

"Although we believe that providing an affordable full featured practice management system to dental practices of all sizes is important,” says Bill Jackson, VP of Business Development at Planet DDS, “Our overall strategy includes offering a wide variety of internet services to offices, which requires Denticon to be in place.” Planet DDS can provide a number of services remotely using Denticon as the platform. This allows remote users secure access to practices’ real-time data. These virtual business services include: Online appointment booking, inbound call answering, insurance verification, and much more.

Planet DDS believes that offering a free version of its software will allow greater access for dental offices to high quality remote services. “The internet has changed the way that software and services are delivered,” says Richard Lee, CEO at Planet DDS, “We have seen that this is the future of operations in dental offices for quite a while. Now we have decided to take the ‘buying decision’ out of software in an effort to increase every office’s ability to take advantage of remote services.”

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