It’s made mine and my dental nurses lives easyNews
Posted by: Dental Design 16th November 2023
Dr Roshwin Pereira Carvalho is an implant dentist who works across a number of practices. He shares his experience using Kiroku, the digital note taking platform:
“As we know, note taking is a very important part of dentistry. Firstly, for taking patients’ records, but also for treatment planning. I travel between around 5 or 6 practices and, prior to using Kiroku, I found inconsistencies in the types of notes that were being recorded. My dental nurses help record the clinical notes – some were good, and some were less confident. This used to bother me, and I even considered hiring someone to travel between practices with me to record my notes!
“Then I came across this wonderful platform called Kiroku, which I have been using for around a year now, and I don’t think I could go back to taking conventional notes. For those who haven’t tried it yet, Kiroku is a dynamic system in that, based on the information you fill in, it provides you with further points that are relevant to the patient. The main advantage for me is that I can use it across multiple practices, and wherever I go the dental nurses love it! They can follow it easily and it’s a simple checklist to go through, so I don’t miss anything out. Plus, I can do my treatment planning from home because all the data I collected is available to me remotely. Finally, if there are any dentists or practice managers looking at my notes, they can see what was suggested to the patient at the appointment as it is well laid out and consistent and they can follow up with patients easily.
“I would definitely recommend Kiroku to any dentist who wants to be thorough in their note taking, but doesn’t want to spend hours sitting at a computer outside of clinical hours. It’s made my life easy, made my dental nurses lives easy, and I don’t think I could go back to another way after this.”
To find out more about Kiroku, or to start your free trial, please visit trykiroku.com
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