As the saying goes, “there’s an app for that” and dentistry is no exception. From studying x-rays to making appointments, we rely on apps to help us more efficiently do our jobs.
However, with the multitude of apps out there, it can be difficult to determine what deserves a download. So we’ve pulled a few from the app store that we think will make your life much easier.
Developed by the American Dental Association, the CDT Code Check app keeps the CDT codes in your hands at all times. You can search for codes by code number, keyword, and category of service and see just exactly how codes have changed year-over-year. Now you can ditch the old textbook!
BoneBox Dental Lite is a 3D medical education tool with fully detailed models of the human mouth. It was developed by a team of anatomists, medical instructors, and professional animators, making it the perfect tool to explore human dental anatomy and visually communicate issues to patients.
Developed in partnership with the University of Iowa College of Dentistry, this app is a handy NBDE I study tool for up-and-coming dental professionals. Featuring over 1,200+ questions based on previous tests, 20+ quizzes to check your knowledge, full-color visuals, and analytical tools to track your progress, it has everything you need to confidently take the NBDE I.
If your patients use Oral-B electric toothbrushes, this is a great companion app to promote healthier oral care and brushing habits. The app helps guide users with visualized pressure control sensors, personalized coaching, and even tracks brushing activity, awarding users for great brushing behavior.
Finally, we’d be remiss not to include the DentalPost app! Designed with you in mind, this app provides on-the-go access to the latest dental job postings, events, and continuing education opportunities. Take the best of DentalPost wherever you go!
Posted November 08, 2019
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Posted November 05, 2019
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Posted November 04, 2019
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