It's been a very busy month here at Dentally Towers. We've released lots of great new features to make running your dental practice that little bit easier.
Back in August 2015 we released a new version of Dentally that contained hundreds of fixes, improvements and new features. Since then we've focused the vast majority of our time and effort into improving the latest version of Dentally to make it the UK's leading cloud dental software. We've…
Here at Dentally we consider the security of your data to be the most important part of cloud dental software. We're pleased to announce the release of some important new features that makes it even easier for you to manage security.
We think typing the same clinical notes into your dental software over and over again can be a bit frustrating. So we fixed that with Template Notes.
New - You can now send one off SMSs for an appointment. Simply right click on the appointment and select Send SMS. You can also double click the appointment to edit it and then click on the mobile phone icon.
May has been our busiest month ever with a huge number of new features, improvements and bug fixes coming to Dentally.
A few weeks ago I briefly covered the changes that the NHS are making this April. Jonny has recently explained a bit about Compass. In this post. we'll be learning more about the new NHS decayed, missing and filled teeth indicators (DMF) that are being introduced to the FP17 forms.
Here at Dentally we receive dozens of feature requests per week so I thought I would share some of the reasoning behind why we (almost) always say no to each request.
After the recent introduction of Compass it's fair to say that change is in the air at the BSA. Below we've detailed the changes that the NHS are making and how these may apply to you and your dental software.
You may have noticed that we have had the new version of Dentally in open beta for a few months now. We would like to kindly thank everyone for the feedback they have given us during this time, you have really helped make Dentally better for everyone.