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PreViser for Hygienists

PreViser analytic software gives you an easy to use, objective and reproducible way to measure, understand, and communicate your patients' risk and disease level as simple numeric scores.  

With these scores, you can track changes in risk level and disease severity over time to evaluate treatment effectiveness and outcomes.  The result?  Effectively targeted patient interventions, enhanced patient compliance and outcomes, more efficient communication with your dentists, and an enhanced role for you in the overall practice.


"PreViser is making hygienist’s dreams come true. "

Nov. 2005, HygieneTown magazine (cover story), "Numbers Don't Lie - a new, innovative way to calculate perio risk"

"Hygienists are excited about this product because it provides a single language to discuss periodontal issues and treatment with the dentist. It will also make discussions with the patients easier... People relate to numbers. Knowing their numbers gets them involved. They know their blood pressure; they know their cholesterol. Now they’ll know their periodontal disease scores and look for improvement in the numbers..... PreViser is making hygienist’s dreams come true. "

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The PreViser Practice and the Practice Analysis Report

The best dentistry is also the most productive dentistry.  Dental offices are busy places, and PreViser makes them more efficient by streamlining the process.  PreViser scores tell you and your staff whether the treatment plan is working, or needs to be adjusted. Time spent managing patients goes down. Productivity goes up.

> Learn more about how PreViser streamlines your workflow

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Understanding Risk

PreViser risk scores add the ‘third dimension’ to an understanding of patient needs, and differentiate between patients with the same current health/disease state, but who are at varying potentials that this state will deteriorate.

> Risk as the 3rd Dimension