Written by Dentistry Today Wednesday, 06 July 2011 08:44
OREM, UT— Curve Dental, developers of Web-based dental software, announced that Midwestern University's College of Dental Medicine would use the company's free, Web-based patient education software, CurveEd, in the school's dental clinic. The software will be used by the school's dental students to educate their patients on how to achieve better oral health.
"We're delighted that Midwestern University has chosen to use CurveEd to help their students learn to interact and educate patients," said Jim Pack, CEO of Curve Dental. "CurveEd is a Web-based solution that removes the hassles and worries associated with traditional client-server software; there's no installation, upgrade, or backup worries and because the software is so easy to use there's no need for expensive training or support. Providing the service at no charge makes it even easier for the doctor, hygienist or dental assistant—or the dental student—to put it to use to the benefit of the patient and the practice."