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Dr Amit Kotecha tells us why he chose Blueprint & Dentsply Sirona for his practice

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Dr Amit Kotecha, Specialist Oral Surgeon and Principal of Care Dental, Leicester takes us through why he chose to partner with Blueprint Dental & Dentsply Sirona when the time came to refit his high end surgery.

Watch the video to see how, with the experience and expertise of Sharaz, David and the Blueprint team, Dr Kotecha was able to choose the right equipment for his refit, all brought together seamlessly by the Blueprint service team on site.

“With regard to digital dentistry, what we found with Blueprint Dental was that their knowledge was very broad and very in depth. They did not struggle to integrate the technology together. They were able to bring everything together veery beautifully for us and everything worked as it should, which is a huge relief to us.”

Dr Amit Kotecha, Care Dental, Leicester

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Medit Software Updates

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We’re really excited to announce some key software updates from our partners at Medit.

These upgrades will further enhance your scanner’s performance through innovative technology solutions.

Here’s a quick round up of some of the highlights to look out for:

Medit Link v2.6

Update your Medit Link now to take advantage of some great new features:

  • Introducing Medit Link NFT
    • NFTs are digital assets with blockchain-based ownership that record the ownership of digital files, which means no one can change the ownership of an NFT on the blockchain or produce the same NFT.
  • Plus Margin Line as colour data
    • Users can export the margin line created through Medit Scan for Clinics as color data with maxillary and mandibular data—also an industry first.
    • Colour data is available in CAD, making the job more efficient.

Medit Scan for Clinics v1.8

Convenient Digital Impressions

  • Smart Scan Guide
    • Provides guidance to help improve the overall scan quality.
  • Smart Shade Guide
    • Provides A.I.-powered shade recommendations based on collected scan data.
  • Improved User Experience
    • The improved data processing algorithm supports a faster, smoother scanning experience.
    • Optimized PC usage boosts rapid scan acquisition and processing on lower-spec PCs.
  • Firmware Update for the i700
    • Provides clearer, more precise scanning.
    • Supports Thunderbolt 4 for improved Plug & Scan connectivity.

Medit Scan for Labs v1.3

Import Local Files

  • Users can now import local files directly from PCs.
  • Import multiple 3D data from the Flexible Multi-Die Scan Stage.

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The Medit i700 Wireless Intra Oral Scanner – Watch this space!

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Medit i700n wireless intra oral scanner in patient settingComing soon – the new wireless i700 Intra Oral Scanner from Medit.
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Axano is here – the new treatment center from Dentsply Sirona

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Say hello to Axano – the new treatment centre from Dentsply Sirona. Bringing smart design, excellent workflows and digital experience to your practice in just a few days time.
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Medit & Formlabs announce partnership – from 3D scanning to 3D printing

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We’re really excited to announce that two of our most revered global dental suppliers have joined forces to offer an even more accessible digital dental workflow, now integrated from scan to smile.

Formlabs and Medit share a mission of increasing access to digital dentistry tools to make the digital future a reality. With this latest round of integration, the scan-to-print workflow has never been more accessible.

Their goal with this partnership is clear: to make chairside 3D printing accessible and approachable to all dental practices.

Medit Link users can now download Formlabs’ PreForm app, a software integration that helps to prepare dental CAD designs for quick and convenient printing on Formlabs printers, directly from Medit Link. 

Delivering a fully digital dental experience means integrating software, hardware, and materials to create a seamless end-to-end experience for dental practitioners. In combining their powerful and intuitive technology, Formlabs Dental and Medit will enable clinicians to easily 3D print dental components with greater speed and efficiency through a simplified in-office workflow. Together, our vision is to deliver accessible and affordable digital solutions for dental care providers and their patients. 

In just five simple steps, dental professionals can mass produce custom made dental models. Those steps are:

  1. The dental professional completes a scan of the patient’s teeth with Medit’s industry-leading i500 and i700 intraoral scanners.
  2. Deploying the respective Medit App, the dental practice then designs a case of temporary crowns, eggshells, or models.
  3. Medit users click on the new PreForm icon on the top right part of the screen.
  4. After selecting the appropriate design files, users click “Send to PreForm”. The file is then automatically converted to an STL file and sent to PreForm, directly from the Medit App.
  5. Users finalize their dental print and send it to the Form 3B+ for printing.

Dr. Christopher Baer, DMD at Baer Dental, and a Medit and Formlabs user, succinctly describes the partnership: “To truly optimize a digital dental practice all of the technology components need to work synergistically to streamline scanning, designing, and 3D printing dental restorations. The Medit-Formlabs workflow has dramatically simplified the process to get from intraoral scanning to a final 3D printed restoration with a few simple clicks. We no longer need to spend time moving files from one program to the next—the software does the work for us.”

Here at Blueprint Dental, we’re delighted by this announcement, which will further enhance the digital workflows we’re able to offer you, our customers, ultimately empowering you to maximise your digital workflows and patient outcomes.

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New Medit Design app offers even more 3D data analysis

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The New Medit Design app offers even more fabulous functionality and features to your digital design workflow.

Formerly Known as Medit Compare, Medit Design is a new multifaceted app which analyzes, aligns, measures and compares 3D data.

Mesasurements include distance, area, length and angle.

Plus there are various additional tools such as “Boolean,” “Offset,” “Smooth Surface,” “Sculpting,” to name but a few, all designed to further assist you with your daily design work and maximise patient outcomes.

Medit Design is accessible to all, from novices to experts, with its intuitive user interface and workflow.

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How to find the best dental equipment suppliers in London, UK

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As a dentist or dental technician, you know the importance of having reliable and high-quality dental equipment and you want to make sure you’re getting the best quality products available.

When it comes to finding the best suppliers of dental equipment in the London area, and indeed the UK, there are many options to choose from and it’s important to do your research before taking the plunge.

In this blog post, we’ll discuss some important factors to consider when choosing a dental equipment supplier.

So, whether you’re looking for new equipment or just want to explore your options, read on for some helpful tips!

First Impressions Count

Where to start?

Many dental professionals will start with a search of potential suppliers’ websites. You’ll get an immediate feel for the supplier and perhaps even start to filter down your equipment choices based on the information on the website.

If you decide to fill in a contact form for a callback or to arrange a demo from the website, the response time for you to hear back from the supplier is often a good indicator of their levels of customer service and responsiveness.

Alternatively, you may have had a potential supplier recommended to you via a colleague and decide to make your first contact by phone. Again, you’ll get an immediate impression of the company, how knowledgeable and friendly its customer service team is and their ability to meet your requirements, all from that initial point of contact.

Do they represent top dental brands?

Which suppliers offer the top dental brands? You may well have a favoured brand in mind. One that you’ve used before or heard great things about, so this may help you with your search.

The most recognised and reputed dental brands across the world get the top picks of the best distributors and will have stringent requirements in place when awarding distributorships. After all, their own reputations are at stake here too.

So, our advice is to look at what brands a dental equipment supplier offers in their product portfolio. The top global dental equipment companies will only do business with distributors whose sales & customer service teams are properly trained on their products and whose service engineers carrying out routine or unplanned maintenance are factory trained.

And offer the latest product ranges?

This goes hand in hand with the branding section above. If you’re looking for some new kit, the chances are you’d like something sleek and modern from the latest ranges, whether you’re talking about a new dental chair or imaging unit for your dental practice or upgraded equipment for your dental lab.

Again, you’ll soon get the idea of who is offering cutting edge kit by having a browse on their website or making a quick call into the office.

Finding the Dream Team

So, you’ve got your eye on a couple of pieces of new, shiny equipment and it may well be available from more than one supplier. We know that. That’s life, but who are you going to put your faith in?

Sure, pricing is important and we’ll cover that later, but so is the relationship with the supplier.

In most cases a piece of equipment for your dental surgery or laboratory will last 7-10 years, so picking a team who you can work with, who offer industry-leading customer service  and who are going to be around to support you over the lifetime of your equipment is really important. You don’t want to be left high and dry after a couple of years with a supplier who no longer exists!

Choose a well established, long standing supplier with a professional and experienced team and, hey we’d say, if you can find a bunch of people who love the dental business and are great to work with, well that’s just an added bonus too!

After sales service must be second to none too

We’ll cover the importance of high quality after sales service in a separate blog, but suffice to say it’s really important. All kit needs maintaining to keep it in tip top working order, enabling you to keep a healthy flow of patients coming through your surgery.

Location & Response Time

Also consider where the supplier is located themselves. This is particularly important for dental practices in the London area, where travel time for the supplier to get to you may be extended if they are based outside of the area.

Their ability to support you will be impacted by the distance they need to travel to support you. And in the London area, we all know that even covering the shortest of distances can take a long time, so choosing a supplier with a local office and service support engineers will rapidly improve their response times to you.

Competitive Prices

You want the best deal, right? Of course you do!

But remember, there is always an element of ‘you get what you pay for’.

Seek out a supplier whose pricing for your project is fair, clear and, yes, competitive. It may not be the cheapest, but that doesn’t mean it’s not the best deal for you overall. Look at what the pricing does include and, perhaps more importantly, what it doesn’t, before committing your hard earned surgery cash to a project.

Ready to choose? Why not consider Blueprint Dental?

At Blueprint Dental, we’re pretty sure we can tick all the boxes we mention above.

Blueprint Dental is different and we’re proud of that fact.

Located in south west London, we are dedicated to providing our customers with the best possible and a deeply personal service, whether you’re a dentist or dental technician.

We pride ourselves on being the most recommended and trusted source of dental equipment and service in the London area, indeed in the UK as a whole. We carry only top-of-the-line products from leading global brands, so you can rest assured knowing that you’re getting the best possible value for your money. Plus, our team of experienced professionals is always on hand to help you find exactly what you need, no matter what your needs may be.

Make us your first port of call and contact us today to learn more about our products and services can help you and your patients.

 

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How to kickstart affordable dental CAD in your dental laboratory with Blender For Dental

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We all recognise that the wide-ranging skills and traditional craftsmanship of 21st century dental technicians remain at the forefront of positive patient outcomes and satisfaction.

That said, there can be no doubt that the advent of digital dentistry techniques and workflows are becoming an increasingly evident influence in today’s technology-led dental laboratories.

Whether your dental laboratory is a ‘one man band’, annexed to a dental surgery or a bigger outfit with a multi-functional team of technicians, making that first move into the world of digital dentistry can be a scary prospect.

And an expensive one too, right?

Well, no, that doesn’t have to be the case!

Meet Blender For Dental.

Blender For Dental is a true global gamechanger and its beauty lies in the fact that it’s been designed by dental technicians for dental technicians.

And it’s affordable!

Sure, there’s a learning curve and maybe some new terms to get your teeth into, but the approach of the Blender For Dental team, coupled with support from UK sole distributors here at Blueprint Dental, mean you’re guided and supported at every stage, whilst maintaining your ability to use your artistic ability and, in most cases, the workflows you’ve put in place to meet your clients’ demands.

So, if you come across some new terms relating to the nuances of digital impressions and 3D printing – fear not – help is always at hand!

So, how did Blender For Dental all start?

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Well, to give you a potted history, in the 1990s a chap called Ton Roosendaal launched a free, open-source 3D software for creating, amongst other things, 3D printed models.

Fast forward a few years and the idea was seized upon by innovative dental technicians, Michael & Wolfgang Teiniker, who realised the potential of designing modules for dental CAD applications.

And what makes it so special?

Where do we start! There are a number of pure joys in the Blender For Dental approach, which will just delight you as a dental technician and have enabled it to happily flex its muscles against the big boys of dental CAD.

First up is that its basis is the free to download, open source, Blender software. Once you’ve installed that, all you need to do is purchase and download the modules you require for your business.

Easy peasy & economical.

Typically, you’ll spend no more than £300 getting yourself set up with the modules you need to get going.

The second point that you’ll just love about getting started with Blender is that there are no annual subscriptions or upgrade fees, so your on-going costs are significantly lower too.

And thirdly, the support is awesome.

Each module comes with an online tutorial and, what’s more, you can earn yourself valuable CPD points in the process of learning. And, if you’re ever flummoxed or stuck, the expert team at Blueprint Dental are always on hand to offer their industry-renowned support as well.

Plus, the aforementioned Blender For Dental architects, Michael & Wolfgang Teiniker, also remain actively involved in the blossoming Blender For Dental global community, hosting a weekly Zoom call in which dental technicians can explore many areas of the software that increase the user experience.

As dental technicians through and through, they remain very hands on and are open to any requests to change or add features. Feedback is really important to them and is used to frequently update and improve existing modules and in the development of new features and functionality.

How to get started

It all begins with the model creator module and grows from there.

Any type of dental model can be created from three file formats, STL, OBJ and PLY, in a straightforward, fast and logical way.

As we mentioned earlier there is some learning involved and the software operates in a different way from what we are used to.

But there’s no need to be put off.

It’s tempting to compare Blender to other popular CAD programs, but that could be construed as missing the point. Perhaps a more poignant way of approaching it is to rethink how appliances are manufactured in the digital world, whilst still enabling skilled dental technicians to express themselves through their work, ultimately providing the highest standards of patient satisfaction.

Once the basics have been mastered, the knowledge of how CAD programs operate becomes understandable, which in turn puts the power into the hands of the technician. With B4D you get to delve into a world of vertices, surfaces, and edges.

Now, show us a dental technician who doesn’t relish the thought of that?!

 

What modules are available?

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Guide Designer Module

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Gum Designer Module

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Articulator Module

There are already a plethora of modules available to complement the model design module, enabling you to incorporate all areas of your dental laboratory workflow.

Currently you can set yourself up with modules for the following:

·  Gum design module

·  Splint design module

·  Tray design module

·  Crown and bridge work

·  Implant crowns and components

·  Blockout module

·  Articulator & facebow

·  ICP alignment tool

·  Guide designer

·  Gum Designer

·  Logo designer

·  Bleaching Trays

·  Bracket Remover

·  Diagnostic Wax up

The development of the software continues with more implant companies allowing their libraries to be used, expanding the variety available to users. The open-source theme runs alongside the software with users able to create their own tooth libraries and integrate them with the software.

Meet the expert

Andrew Wheeler of AW Precision Ceramics has been at the forefront of the introduction and use of Blender For Dental in the UK and is widely regarded as the UK’s specialist on ‘all things Blender’, as well as being an accredited trainer.

As an experienced and well-respected dental technician in his own right Andrew says of the software. “If you are starting out on the digital journey this is an excellent way to get on board. It is fully customizable and, in a market where CAD tends to take away the individuality of our work, Blender For Dental gives you a way of standing apart from the crowd. There are numerous options to design your models in a creative way and with the addition of adding your logo onto models and trays, your laboratory can stand apart.”

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In addition, our Sales and Marketing Director, Sharaz Mir, explains the ethos behind Blender For Dental. “Blender For Dental was set up by two Australian brothers whose vision was to bring affordable dental CAD to every dental technician who would like to embrace digital techniques.

“The software is easy to use and the team are approachable and flexible, always working to provide enhancements and push forward with new modules for both traditional design work and more complex orthodontic techniques.

“We would welcome anybody who would like to find out more to join one of our introductory webinars in which we discuss the merits of the Blender For Dental approach.”

So, in summary, yes, there’s a learning curve and yes adopting digital CAD technologies may take a little time to master.

But, one thing is clear. Putting your faith in the Blender For Dental approach will enable you to maintain your individual flair and craftsmanship, whilst adopting cutting edge and ever progressing digital technology in your dental laboratory.

And all whilst remaining in pocket and in control of your software and designs.

Find out more about how you can join the Blender For Dental community here.

We’d love to have you as part of the family.

We would like to acknowledge and thank Andrew Wheeler of AW Precision Ceramics for his input into this article.

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10 Top Tips For Starting Your Dental Squat Practice

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For any ambitious dentist, the idea of opening a dental squat practice is an intriguing and exciting one. To get started you will need to take some steps that may seem daunting at first, but that can be broken down into manageable tasks which will see you well on the road to realising your dream practice in no time.

So, we’ve put together these 10 Top Tips to help you get started setting up your own Dental Squat Practice:

Top Tip #1 – Create a watertight business plan

Not the most thrilling place to start, huh? You just want to get on with the exciting stuff. Maybe, but sitting down and creating a comprehensive business plan doesn’t have to be like pulling teeth.

Setting yourself clear, achievable objectives will be key to your success AND prove invaluable if you need to obtain finance or attract business partners to your venture. Think about the business and personal goals you want to achieve over the short, medium and long term and write them down. It doesn’t need to be a weighty tome, but a little bit of upfront thought and planning now will save you time and money in the long run.

Top Tip #2  – Location, location, location!

Perhaps one of the most important and biggest decisions you’ll have to make is where to physically set your practice up.

Your surgery is nothing without patients, so think about how easily they can get to the practice. Ideally it needs to be easy to find and accessible. If the majority of your patients will travel by car, consider how easy it is to park nearby and whether there are parking charges. If patients travel by public transport, how good are the links? Where’s the nearest bus stop or train station?

The location of your dental surgery will also define your footfall from the surrounding area and passers-by. You’re more likely to get noticed on a busy road than a quiet side road or rural location.

Your patients should be front and centre of your location choice, but don’t forget your staff and even your own journey. How easy and far is your commute and is it easy for your team to get to and from work as well?

Also, it’s worth a quick scout around the area to see how close your competition is too. Are there other dental surgeries in the vicinity and how will you stand out from the crowd and differentiate your surgery?

Which leads us on nicely to…

Top Tip #3 – Your brand and identity

Here’s one of those exciting bits!

But there’s a serious element at stake here too. Everything from the way your surgery looks from the outside, the ambience of the reception area and waiting room, to the calmness and comfort of the treatment rooms will influence patient experience and their likelihood to recommend you to others. More on this later, but don’t underestimate word of mouth (No pun intended!)

Having a clever, funky logo and painting the practice your favourite colour is all well and good, but how the surroundings make the patient feel and the consistency of how you apply your brand are hugely important.

Some careful consideration upfront and consistent application of your brand from the start will go a long way to establishing you in your new neighbourhood.

Top Tip #4 – Choosing your equipment & fit out

Another area we all get excited about!

But this one really is of utmost importance and will affect the efficiency of how your practice runs, your workflows and patient experience. Ask yourself what equipment you really need to get your practice up and running.

Are you going to be offering chairside restorations and digital dentistry? Is space limited, so a knee-break dental chair may work better for patient access? What about decontamination workflows and the ‘unseen’ suction equipment every dental practice needs?

Do you need every piece of kit on your shopping list from the outset or can some be added or upgraded as your patient base expands?

Our golden nugget of advice here is to partner with a dental equipment supplier who has the experience and expertise of guiding you through setting up your first dental practice from its first inception to the day you open the doors to your first patients.

You’ll need someone who can help you with everything from dental surgery design & workflows, project management to make sure everything happens at the right time, in the right order and on budget to someone with the technical skills and expertise to execute on-site installation, commissioning and training, with the minimum amount of fuss and mess.

And, yes, here at Blueprint Dental, that’s right up our street and we’d love to discuss your project with you from an early stage.

Top Tip #5 – Financing your dream

 So, you’ve created that business plan, found your premises, thought about what equipment you need and even have some ideas about that funky logo…

Now it’s time for the really serious stuff…how are you going to pay for it all?

Well, the good news is there are some awesome specialist finance companies out there who can help you make the right financial choices as you start your business. They can provide you with illustrations and choices for lease purchase and rental options that will provide clarity for your payment plans and options as your business grows.

But, be sure to find yourself a good, reputable finance company, who understand the dental business as well as they do money matters.

In our eyes, you’d do well to find anyone better than Vector Finance, who we’ve worked with on many projects and will also be able to provide guidance on tax planning and efficiencies, as well as any government grants and schemes which you can take advantage of.

Cash flow is also an important consideration in the control of your finances. Make sure you are registered with all the right patient insurance providers and keep up to date with your treatment claims, as well as ensuring patients who pay for treatment do so before leaving the practice. That way, you’ll be in good financial health to make sure you’ve always got the cash to keep well stocked of the consumable items you need to run your practice and before you know it there’ll be enough left over to be drawing a decent income from the practice yourself too.

Top Tip #6 – Who’s in your dream team?

You’ll need to decide what your staffing structure should be from the start and how you might look to add to it as the practice becomes more established.

As tempting as it may be from a financial perspective to minimise wage costs and go it alone from the start, you should consider whether that works on a practical level. You are a skilled clinician, highly trained to perform intricate dental procedures on patients, not a jack of all trades also managing patient appointments, payments and rotas.

We’re assuming you’ll need a dental assistant, but also consider whether some administrative support in the shape of a Practice Manager or reception team would be prudent. With the greatest respect, we all know some superb dental surgeons who freely admit that admin is not their forte. And that’s not to mention that it can be pretty lonely managing all elements of the business on your own.

Maybe you just need some part time help when you first start, building up to a bigger and possibly full time team as time goes by.

Are you offering hygienist services? Do you have a spare surgery you can rent out to other dental professionals who may want to treat patients in your area? These are all things which are good to consider and discuss with your dental equipment supplier from the outset.

Top Tip #7 – Marketing Matters

Marketing your dental squat practice can be difficult, but it’s worth the effort and will pay dividends.

Research the best channels to reach your potential patients. This is likely to be a combination of digital channels like a website and social media, together with non-digital channels like advertising in local newspapers, leaflet drops and word of mouth (we said we’d come back to that and here we are!)

Make sure you make it easy for people to contact you. It might sound obvious, but make sure the telephone number and email address are easily seen. Check, recheck and then check again for spelling mistakes and typos (…we’re back to that brand and patient experience again)

And keep it simple. You don’t have to spend thousands on the swankiest website in town, but you should tie everything in with your brand and keep at it. Regular postings and contact with your potential clients will get people through the door. And as soon as you can get patient testimonials, do so,  and don’t be afraid to ask your satisfied patients to spread the word and recommend you to their own friends and family. Word of mouth really is a hugely powerful and wholly under-rated form of marketing.

Top Tip #8 – Get the legal stuff sorted

Taking on premises open to the public, whether you’re renting or buying, entering into financial agreements and potentially employing staff all come with legal implications.

Make sure you’re clear from the start what your legal obligations are and take legal advice to make sure you have everything in order. You don’t want any nasty shocks or surprises further down the line.

The same goes for any building regulations you may need to have in place before starting work on your practice, indemnities and liability policies when dealing with the public and dental-specific legalities around treatments and hazardous waste disposal.

Top Tip #9 – Keep your equipment in tip top working order

The smooth running of your practice once opened will be vital to your reputation and stress levels. The last thing you need is to have to cancel dental procedures due to faulty or unreliable equipment.

Talk to your dental equipment supplier about on-going maintenance routines early on when you’re specifying and choosing your kit.

Get an understanding of what the preventative maintenance schedules are, choose a supplier who has experienced and factory-trained engineers and maximise the uptime of your key pieces of equipment by choosing a dental maintenance team who can service your kit around your schedules to minimise the impact on your working day.

You may even be able to factor in maintenance costs to any lease purchase agreements, but however you’re financing your kit, don’t overlook this element and be sure to include it in any cashflow forecasts you create.

We’re pretty confident at Blueprint Dental that we tick all the boxes when it comes to keeping your squat practice in tip top working order too.

Top Tip #10 – Take time to enjoy your dream

So, you’ve done it! Your very own dental practice, all set up and running; a steady stream of patients coming through the door, some even recommended by their friends and families.

It’s been hard work, you’ve learned so much and you’ve worked incredibly long hours to get to this point, but we hope that with the help of an experienced and reputable dental equipment company, it’s been worth it.

Stop. Look around you and give yourself a minute to take in all that you’ve created, all that you’ve achieved for your patients, your team, your family and yourself.

Congratulations!

At Blueprint Dental, we’d love to be part of your journey to realise the dream of your squat practice. 

Drop us a line to discuss your dream today.

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Dr Soni discusses his decision to partner with Blueprint & Planmeca

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Dr Soni, Implantologist & co-founder of the Practical Implantology courses takes us through why he chose to partner with Blueprint Dental & Planmeca as he introduced digital workflows to his Simply Dental, Twickenham implantology practice.

Watch the video to see how with the experience and expertise of Sharaz and the Blueprint team, together with Jonathan Hampton, the Planmeca technical team and a trip to the surgery with the Plan Demo van, Dr Soni was able to choose the right equipment to increase the number of referrals made to him and ultimately the quality of the treatment offered to patients.

The knowledge was phenomenal. He’s accelerated my digital experience, otherwise I probably wouldn’t have gone digital.

Dr Mukesh Soni, Simply Dental, Twickenham

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