The world has become digital- phones, cars, and fridges. If your stove has even made its way into the 21st century, why hasn’t your dentist gone digital?
At WGPD we utilize technology to improve the level of care that we provide for you. We do dentistry faster, with more reliable results and in a more comfortable way with the new technologies that we use. Fully becoming a digital office isn’t a gimmick, it’s a treatment philosophy of how to treat our patients to a higher level of quality, faster and more accurately. It starts with the first interaction you have with our office.
Book your own appointments
Digital dentistry begins with allowing patients to book their own appointments from the convenience of their phone or computer. Through integration with LocalMed (Link to booking page), patients can now book their own appointments online directly.
Availability on multiple platforms
Modern communication once meant choosing between using your dial-up internet or using your landline phone at home. In 2019 modern communication means emailing, texting and social media messaging, even with your dentist. While of course, we are always available on the phone, if you prefer another way of communicating, send us a picture, tweet or message on Facebook.
Digital forms, paperwork, and payments. Forget arriving early in the office for 20 minutes to write out 8 pages of forms. Instead, digital forms can be filled out quickly and securely online to save you time and help prevent hundreds of thousands of pages of paper waste in our office. If you still prefer to do it in person, no problem. You can fill out the medical forms on an iPad in office which is still quick, effective and doesn’t provide waste.
Take your smile for a test-drive
Would you buy a car without taking it for a test drive? So why don’t you demand that our dentists show you the results digitally before you start when completing esthetic work? You deserve more and should demand it. Integration of this digital planning for cases allows us to truly show patients what their smiles will look like.
What is the only dental instrument that hasn’t been changed for over 100 years? The needle. Discover the comfortable, pain-free technique of using digital anesthesia to get numb, and you’ll be requesting it every appointment. What’s even better, we can freeze just a single tooth now with our single tooth approach. Come in and ask us about the better way of getting numb.