Auditing implantology treatments has always been a long and laborious process – not anymore! Research & Education in Dentistry’s exciting new Implant iAudit App enables dentists to record and review all their daily dental implant procedures in a matter of seconds, making it so much easier to analyse implant success rates.
Under regulatory body regulations, it’s a desirable requirement for dentists to record their day-to-day procedures. This auditing often involves trawling through records, hunting down paperwork, and then calculating the results manually – a lengthy and complicated process. Thanks to the Implant iAudit App, this can now be done almost immediately – details about a patient’s implant procedure, such as the implant system used, the restorative option, and treatment outcome, can be inputted directly into the app in under a minute by a nurse at chair-side.
Once all this data is captured and stored, it can be uploaded to a secure database available at www.redonline.org, where dentists can log-in and get immediate access to all their implant procedures dating back weeks, months or even years, handily bringing together all the details they need to work out the success rates for different procedures and timings.
•Electronically records all day-to-day dental implant procedures contemporaneously and easily at the click of a few buttons
•Captures and stores a vast array of data, including:
oPatient date of birth
oProcedure start date
oProcedure risk factors
oImplant system used
oSurgical procedure details
oSurgical stent requirement
•Listings for nearly all dental implant systems and procedures
•Stores results for future use, making it easier to analyse the success rates for specific treatments
•COMING SOON – ‘Knowledge Sharing’ where peers using the Implant iAudit App can upload procedure data with complete anonymity for both the patient and clinician to preserve absolute confidentiality to the secure database available at www.redonline.org. This collective data will be able to be viewed in chronological order, opening up the potential for you to study thousands of cases from fellow dentists.