What are the Benefits of a Dental Software?

What are the Benefits of a Dental Software?

Dental Software is referred to by many different names – Electronic Dental Record(EDR), Electronic Health Record, Dental Management Software, Dental System, and many other names depending on the region and functionalities available.

Dental Software should satisfy both the clinical and administrative needs of a dental organisation.

The Administration and Financial modules in Salud manage all the information relating to patients including demographics, appointments, and billing.

The Clinical modules of Salud provide a comprehensive Electronic Dental Record (EDR) for all the specialities within dentistry.

Salud allows users to keep track of vital patient information, streamline the treatment process, create notes and prescriptions, speciality charts that allow you to establish the existing condition of your patients’ and easily track their progress over time.

Some of the benefits of using Salud software are:

Scalability

Salud has proven scalability to cater for large user numbers across multiple geographic locations, while seamlessly managing high volume throughput.

Integrated Workflow

One system across multiple departments and locations, creating an integrated workflow to optimise resources and increase efficiency.

Authorization Entries

Salud ensures completeness and accuracy of data such as mandatory fields and authorisation of entries – e.g., for students or junior staff. The central authorisation is facilitated to allow supervisors to authorise multiple user work from one screen.

Real-Time dashboards

Real-time data at your fingertips enabling organisation-wide monitoring and trend analysis for resource and patient care optimization.

Configurable solution

Salud is currently in use in multiple languages and is easily modified to cater for more.

Who could have predicted changes that the COVID-19 introduced to us?

One thing is certain: the pandemic has introduced innovative approaches to patient care and has shown how important easy access to patient information is.

Technology is constantly changing the way the world does business in the past few years and it’s also made huge impacts in the field of dentistry.

Today, with a global pandemic, we have all had to adjust to living with COVID-19 and will continue to do so. It has created unprecedented repercussions for many and adapting to ensure patient’s and professional’s safety remains a priority.

Recent changes in the dental industry and patient expectations have created a competitive market and introduced new challenges for professionals to consider.

With the demand for dental services and the challenges we face, organisations must be well managed, with patient’s treatment outcomes top priority.

Patient management is made simple with Salud, saving time and resources by taking care of admin duties, tracking tasks, managing finances and all other aspects of running a dental business.

Optimising your daily tasks is a priority for your business to be effective.

Our experienced support team is ready to help you to adapt to the changing world around us and to help you to deliver exceptional care now and in the future.  

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Sustainability is growing and making moves in dentistry

Sustainability is growing and making moves in dentistry

The word “sustainability” is often thrown around, but what does it mean? Put simply, sustainability is all about being responsible for natural resources.

In dentistry, sustainability means that waste must be handled in the most environmentally friendly way possible.

Reducing the amount of waste produced can be tricky in the healthcare sector, but it is still possible.

Auditing how much waste is thrown away regularly should give your organisation an idea of items that are being overbought.

Additionally, switching to recyclable and compostable items that can break down naturally helps to reduce the amount of waste that is produced.

Reducing the amount of paper can also have a huge impact.

Have you already thought about the advantages of a paperless organization?

Modern technologies – good for patient outcomes and our planet

  • Running a paperless organisation will have a positive effect on the environment.

  • Creating a paperless organisation will save a lot of physical space, as most records will be stored online instead of keeping paper files.

  • Apart from saving space, another benefit of a paperless organisation is that it will also have a significant effect on expenditure.
    Less space means less money spent on renting/maintaining that space.

  • Timesaving: You will not have to go through every patient record to find a file; with Salud, you can easily find what you are looking for with a few clicks.

  • Easy access to a patient record from anywhere.

  • Far greater data capture capability with automated consolidation from all areas and locations.


Investing in technologies allows organisations to provide treatment that is quicker, more accurate, and more comfortable for patients.

With Salud, you can instantly access an up-to-date, patient record for every patient, saving hours of admin time and removing the risk of misplaced, incomplete or lost patient data.

Salud dental management software has several benefits that can increase efficiency. The software provides tools to facilitate core functions such as charting, billing, and administration.

These functions are immediately available to all departments, enabling coordination from all area’s enterprise-wide.

All dental specialities are catered for too with specialised charts which can be switched on or off depending on your organisation’s requirements.

The primary goal of Salud is to capture patient care information systematically and securely. 

Our solution allows professionals to reduce costs and time associated with physical file management and data entry; it reduces errors and allows the dental professional to focus on what matters – the patient.

Salud can help dental organizations streamline, automate, and manage data while the dentist can focus on the patient.

With easy patient registration, a flexible appointment system and easy access to patient records from anywhere, Salud ensure easy adoption by all end users.

Complete your digital transformation with Salud.

The protection of the environment is up to all of us.

Dental practitioners can make better choices to help to reduce their carbon footprint and help build more sustainable dental organisations. What change will you make?

Contact our team of experts for a product demonstration.

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Salud: A comprehensive solution for dental schools

Salud: A comprehensive solution for dental schools

The needs of a dental school are vast and differ greatly across the globe.

Over the last 25 years, Salud has worked closely with schools across 5 continents to build digital solutions which meet and exceed the requirements of dental schools all over the world.


Salud offers comprehensive and specialised dental software for dental schools.

The students of today are the dentists of tomorrow.

To become the professional in dentistry that patients trust to take care of their oral health and smile, students need to build confidence by practising with convincing real-life scenarios.

Striving to improve dental education, instructors assist in every step and help students to become independent professionals.

With Salud, supervisors can follow student progress and mentor their students through all their learning steps.

Salud Charting

 

Salud is all-in-one solution for dental schools.

The software combines grading and student progress tracking with a comprehensive clinical management system; allowing students and authorisers to work in an integrated environment, using Salud as a teaching aid.

Salud for Education easily manages the demographic and related details of a large master index.

Pre-clinical training work can also be logged, providing an opportunity to incorporate electronic patient record training early in student education.

Our system allows students to focus on their patients when they enter their clinical training.

Dentist using Salud system while colleague examining a patient

Key Education Functionality

  • Student Logbook
  • Faculty Authorisation
  • Attendance Log
  • Integrated Grading
  • Controlled Access
  • Digital Workflow
  • All dental specialities

Having key education functionality combined with modern intuitive charting and treatment planning is hugely important to optimise student learning. Salud offers all of this and much more.

The future belongs to those who recognize the next big step and then dare to take it. 

To learn more about what our software can do for your dental school get in touch with our experts.

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Salud – Celebrating the past, embracing the future

Salud – Celebrating the past, embracing the future

This year marks the 25th anniversary of Salud. It is also the year where the world continues to navigate a global health crisis.

While it’s not a time for physical celebration, it is still essential for us to reflect on the past, and more importantly, to focus on the future.


Two-Ten health, the company behind Salud, was founded in 1995 when Carl Moynihan, CEO and Founder, worked on the development of an electronic data-recording system as part of Dublin Dental University Hospital’s modernization scheme.



Reflecting on the rich history of this company, over the last 25 years Salud has evolved from a basic business management tool to a connected health solution which connects technology, disciplines, people, and facilitates a global community for research and sharing best practice.

Salud is a leading dental management solution for world-renowned Dental Hospitals and Universities.

Key to its worldwide success is an incredibly talented team with decades of experience, industry knowledge and a passion for a common goal.

Today, we have installations dotted across 5 continents, supporting clients in multiple languages as Salud helps manage millions of patient appointments each year.

Salud is continuously evolving to meet and exceed the ever-changing industry needs and ensure a future proof solution for all customers.

2019 saw the release of Salud Dental, the latest web-based application in the Salud product offering. The market reaction has been very positive, and this year will see more clients move across.

The secret to success is never stopping learning and innovating.” Carl Moynihan, CEO.

Significant trends in dentistry

The last 25 years has seen many improvements in dentistry, from the advancements in technology to the warm and inviting atmosphere of the dental rooms. Dentistry has changed to become more and more patient-focused in terms of both comfort and convenience.

These developments also mean dentists can provide more accurate diagnoses and focus on preventative care rather than reacting to issues, thus saving the business time and money down the line. And of course, the new technology means quicker and more efficient treatment, resulting in improved oral healthcare worldwide.

The future

The past twenty years have demonstrated rapid growth in dental technology and even more rapid development of dental technologies.

We’re always looking to improve our current service, introduce new features and integrate with new technologies.

By simple extrapolation, the future is bright for dental professionals. It is an exciting time for Salud to be part of it.

We will continue dedicating ourselves to our mission of providing world class solutions, training, implementation and support.

Our team’s common goal is to provide solutions that help dental professionals to reach their full potential, and in doing so helps patients worldwide to achieve good oral health – if so, we’ve accomplished our mission.

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New Era New Technology: Student life during Covid-19

New Era New Technology: Student life during Covid-19

March 2020 saw the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, and with this, we all inherited a new way of life. This new life had a profound effect on the dental field.

In this blog post, I want to share my personal experiences of the technological changes I have witnessed as a final year dental student at King’s College London as a result.

Initially, when we went into a nationwide lockdown, the dental curriculum adapted and moved online within a week to Microsoft Teams where clinical sessions turned into case-based discussions centred around diagnoses, literature discussion and treatment planning.

This platform provided a group visual learning environment, with features such as sharing screens, webcam and online whiteboards making it relatively interactive.

As the lockdown eased, students could return to campus for phantom head simulation clinics to keep up our manual dexterity skills. 

The clinics I met when I returned were not limited to practicing on plastic teeth but newly purchased enhanced 3D printed carious teeth.

The induction of this technology made caries removal on the simulation clinic incredibly more realistic.

Phantom Head Simulation – performer Kiri Paul

You may also have heard about King’s brand-new haptic suite, a robotic project focusing on students learning practical procedures in virtual reality.

I can confirm the tactile feedback is very realistic, and I think this will be a great introduction to clinics for fresh dental students eager to perfect their manual dexterity, especially in this day and age where due to social distancing and guidelines, clinical time can sometimes be reduced across the board.

I have also seen the recent installation of micromotors that we are operating below 60,000 rpm onto our clinical floors to allow King’s dental students to carry out SGP procedures on open clinics.

This technology operating below 60,000 rpm increases droplet size and eliminates aerosol. I look forward to using this new handpiece whilst continuing to advance my clinical knowledge base this year.

Alongside all these technological changes in clinics, it has become evident how important it is to have online computer systems like Salud that allows you to adapt to the changing environment.

For example, being able to go paperless in a short amount of time or efficiently adding additional information regarding the type of procedure performed like AGP or SGP.

Technology has been fast-changing this year at King’s to keep up with the rapidly changing environment we have all been thrown into.

These advances, in my opinion, have complimented my learning perfectly during this time, and I am looking forward to seeing what will come next.

By Kiri Paul 5th year Dental Student at King’s College London

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