Dentech Today Newsletter

January 2020

Document Management Solution

Time Is Money. Both Are Valuable.

Take your dental practice paperless with DenDox Document Management Software and start saving today. Last Chance to Save! Request your 30 day FREE Trial today!

Read More About the Advantages of Going Paperless >>

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How does Dentech enhance your practice?

Dentech's Clinical Notes enhance your practice by allowing the entire Dental team to access information where and when they need it; including in the treatment room, the front desk, or the Doctors home. Important patient treatment information is available whenever you need it.

Use predefined clinical note codes for simple and quick note entry. No more guess work at what abbreviations stand for. Notes will be legible and available for years to come.

Every clinical note is time stamped and locked after midnight providing a legal record and documentation of patient information and treatment. Clinical notes are a valuable feature in Dentech if patient treatment is ever questioned in the future and protects you from unnecessary legal disputes. More Info >>

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Did You Know?

The Exam Focus Window (EFW) in DenChart provides a detailed view and working environment for your Restorative examination. The Exam Focus Window (EFW) is visible from a 6 foot span, allowing the user to enter everything from one focal point with no need for extra mouse clicks.

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Critical Patch Update Required for Windows 10, Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2019

Microsoft has released an urgent patch for Windows after the US National Security Agency (NSA) discovered a critical bug in the operating system. The NSA recommends "installing the patch as soon as possible to effectively mitigate the vulnerability on all Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016/2019 systems".

Check for updates right now to make sure you have all of the latest patches installed.

You can do this through Microsoft's website, or by clicking the Start button and going to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update.

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Windows 7 has Retired

Just a reminder that Microsoft has officially retired Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 from their support as of January 14, 2020.

What to do if you have not updated yet >>