Denticon is a cloud-based software by Planet DDS, a company that offers practice management solutions for dental businesses and oral health professionals. It provides users with tools to schedule appointments, manage patient records, create clinical charts, plan treatments, and more. In this article, we cover user reviews and pricing. Ready to try Denticon? Request a demo.
What Denticon Does Well
Users who gave Denticon a positive review like that the software is cloud-based, enabling them to access information from anywhere. Several others commended their support team’s great customer service.
One user who left a positive review of Denticon on Capterra said that he appreciates its cloud-based data storage and automatic backups. He added that tracking patient records and their treatment plans have become an easy task for him.
What Denticon Does Not Do Well
Users who gave Denticon a negative review commented that the interface is counter-intuitive. They added that navigating through the software’s various features may be challenging for beginners.
One user who left a negative review of Denticon on Capterra said that there is a bit of a learning curve when using the software for the first time. He also mentioned that its constant system updates sometimes makes it difficult to learn all of the software’s features.
Denticon doesn’t publish pricing information and is only available upon request. According to a third-party website, its pricing starts at $300 per month. The system features appointment reminders, claims management, patient records management, charting, imaging, billing, treatment planning, and more.
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Check out the list below of some of Denticon’s features:
- Appointment Scheduling
- Appointment Reminders
- Audit Trail of User Activity
- Billing and Invoicing
- Claims Management
- Clinical Charting
- Dashboard and Reporting Tools
- Data Security
- Financial Tools
- Patient Records Management
- Role-Based Permissions
- Treatment Planning
For users with multiple dental practices, can they access records from their other clinics?
How are data backups handled?