Is 3D Dentistry Ready for Prime Time?

Digital dentistry has been with us for some time now. Long gone are the days of developing x-ray film in dark rooms and viewing them with incandescent bulb-illuminated wall-mount view boxes. Most dental practices today have long joined the world of JPEGs, PNGs, BMPs, and PDFs. As for 3D dentistry, however, little progress has been […]

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Visual Practice 2019 Has Launched

We’re excited to announce we have launched the latest version of our popular practice management and practice acceleration platform, Visual Practice. Visual Practice 2019 comes packed with all of the practice management, clinical, and marketing features that modern dental and orthodontic practices need in one seamless interface. With native dental and orthodontic tool sets, Visual […]

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Visual Practice Selects SparkPost to Maximize Email Deliverability

SparkPost is the preferred email provider for Visual Practice’ New Automated Patient Engagement Engine for Orthodontic Practices Rolling Meadows, IL – August 29, 2017 – Practice Visual Corporation, the developer of Visual Practice, a Cloud 2.0 orthodontic practice management and automation system, announced that they are using SparkPost, the most performant cloud email delivery service […]

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Visual Practice appoints MachOne as its primary distributor in US and Canada.

Rolling Meadows, IL (August 21, 2017) — Practice Visual Corporation announces that it has entered into a distribution agreement with MachOne Orthodontic and Dental Supply Company (machonesupplies.com). With this agreement, MachOne becomes the primary distributor of Visual Practice (visualorthodontics.com) in the United States and Canada. This partnership allows MachOne to elevate its commitment to bring […]

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WannaCry: How Secure Is Your Orthodontic Practice’s Data Anyway?

I was recently approached by an orthodontist who really, really wanted to cry: all of his office’s documents including patient communications, case images and x-rays stored on his practice’s computers were encrypted by this virus. Since paying the ransom was out of the question (you don’t negotiate with cyberterrorists as blackmail never really ends), his […]

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