COVID-19 UPDATE SODIUM DENTAL IS STAYING OPEN TO SERVICE OUR DENTAL OFFICES THAT HAVE TO SERVICE THEIR EMERGENCY PATIENTS OUR STAFF IS PRIMARILY WORKING FROM HOME FOR SAFETY BUT WE INTEND TO MAINTAIN OUR HIGH LEVEL OF SERVICE FOR OUR CLIENTS IN THIS DIFFICULT TIME

Sodium Dental is committed to excellence

Excellence is:

  • Innovation in xray sensor repair & high quality dental imaging.
  • Carrying a very specific selection of products that stand out for their quality and value.
  • Creating a new paradigm for customer service, no wait times and no robots answering our phone systems.
  • Creating working environments and compensation that drive the best talent to work here at Sodium Dental to take care of our clients.
  • Staying at the cutting edge of dental technology. Evolving our systems and offerings continuously so that our clients are always future proof.

Sodium’s Latest Articles

Coronavirus Hits Hard On Dentistry: Recommendations for the Dental Professional

Dentistry Is Essential The coronavirus is already having a significant financial impact on many dental practices, and the problem is only going to get worse. Offices are being hit with having to close for everything except emergency patients. This leads to many other issues, including lack of access to loans, payment of existing debt, supply shortage, and high levels of stress. Along with a fear of having to reduce staff and working with new regulations, this virus brings on many challenges for dental practices. Without a doubt, COVID-19 has put an immense amount of burden on dental practices.    Begin Thinking About The Next Phase Above all, this is the time to start planning for recovery. How will your practice be able to bounce back from this hard time? While this is hectic now, it is critical to use this time to plan for a successful future. The widespread closure of dental practices across the country is now inevitable due to the coronavirus outbreak. We recommend being prepared: this is the time to get your practice updated, ensuring your return to normal practice will be as strong as ever. Is your equipment working correctly? Do you have any broken or damaged x-ray sensors you need repaired? Do you need to upgrade your computers and software in your office? This may be overwhelming now, but it shouldn't prevent you from planning your office recovery.  How To Prevent The Financial Impact We here at Sodium Dental want to help dental practices like yours. Sodium Dental sells and repairs digital x-ray sensors. This is the time to get your sensors repaired to keep your practice up and running to be ready to bounce back. We understand dental offices are taking a hit due to COVID-19. In this chaotic time, it is difficult to afford high-priced technology or even think about buying new sensors. In an effort to take care of you due to COVID-19, we have significantly reduced our pricing on our refurbished X-ray sensors. Also, in addition to offering tech support to your practice, Sodium Dental can help set up your front office staff to work from home. If you need any assistance, and this sounds like something of interest to your practice, we would be glad to help get your staff members working from home quickly and efficiently. They can be safe and do a proper job by having practice management set up and being able to take calls. Please call or visit our website for details. We want to help keep your practice up and running! SENSOR REPAIR  Link to our  COVID-19 SPECIALS   Gendex & Dexis Digital X-Ray Sensors HALF OFF ALL OF THESE PRODUCTS WITH COUPON CODE "covid19" COVID-19 Recovery The coronavirus impact on dentistry has been substantial. Sodium Dental wants to help the dental community, so we are staying open to service dental offices staying open to service their emergency patients. Our staff is primarily working from home for safety, but we will maintain our high level of service for clients during the shutdown. This will be a hit to production in the office, so take this time to do things in the office that normally can’t be done due to patient flow and system usage. After an event like this, we can expect a wave of oversight and auditing, so now is the time to ensure your office is fully HIPAA compliant. If you have Windows 7 or Windows XP machines on your network with Patient Personal Health Information on them, then you are in breach of HIPAA and could be severely fined. Take advantage of our upgrade special.  Link to our Windows 7 to Windows 10 Upgrade Service Check out our video: Infection Control, Dental Technology Keyboards and Digital X-Ray Sensors During COVID-19 Coronavirus  Our top priority is to continue meeting the needs of our customers and ensure your health and safety. We want to hear from you if there is more we can be doing to support your practice during this time. If you have questions, please contact us (800) 821-8962.     … View Post

Video On Is Dexis The Best Option OR Is it TIME TO SWITCH?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_DJjfvgriY&t=63s Time To Do An Xray Vision Vs Dexis Feature Comparison Shawn Hall and Alli go through a quick comparative video analyzing some of the common beliefs that drive people towards Dexis Imaging. Watch this short video to get some insight into your imaging system options. 0:54 Dexis works better with practice management? This is the illusion some people do believe. As youcan see here in this video Josh our lead product specialist. Put both software side by side and in fact Xray Vision opens faster and easier. So as Alli explained she didn't feel that Dexis won this one.  1:43 Is it easier to take Xrays in Dexis? Again as Alli explained it took one extra button click to take an xray in dexis then to take an xray with our sensor THE AURORA in Xray Vision. 4:55 Our Wireless Doctors Camera Overall the camera works in both Dexis and Xray Vision, as you will see in Dexis once you take images they have to have teeth numbers manually assigned which seems inconvenient. As Shawn states some of the limitations of dexis with intraoral cameras, he explains how he has trained on Xray Vision for years and he is just used to being able to put camera images into convenient and easy to use layouts.  6:30 Xray Vision is easier to train staff members on Alli states how she feels Xray Vision is easier to train staff members on for intraoral cameras. Is because you can have set camera layouts which is familiar to them because that is how they use digital xrays.  6:47 Does Dexis just make better xrays? Josh had taken an xray with the Dexis sensor and an xray with our Aurora sensor on the same test skull and put them on the screen for Alli to say without telling. So Alli picked right off the bat the Aurora image. As Shawn says "well, of course, you would pick our sensor image." Alli goes on to explain how her first impression was the image on the right was clearer and sharper. Alli goes on to say, "I truly think the Aurora with Xray Vision would be the clear choice." 7:56 recap covers the common questions we are asked Shawn Hall and Alli look at does it work better connecting to practice management, does it work better with intraoral cameras, is it faster and easier to use and more. Visit our website Sodium Dental  Take a look at our Aurora Sensor  Contact us at 800-821-8962  … View Post

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