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Main Street Dental Team, Unionville’s Most Innovative Dental Clinic, Now Offers Clients Ability to Receive Updates and Access Records on Smartphones
Date:7/10/2013

Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) July 10, 2013

Main Street Dental Team (MainStreetDentalTeam.com), Unionville’s first full-time dental clinic, is pleased to announce that its clients can now receive updates and reminders, make changes to their appointments, and have confidential access to their records via their smartphones.

The Internet has changed the way consumers look for products and services and the way they communicate. Regular “office hours” no longer apply. Businesses can connect with smartphone users 24/7 and, at the same time, mobile users can also reach brands whenever they like. To succeed, dental clinics need to accommodate this changing dynamic.

“Main Street Dental Team understands that our on-the-go patients lead busy lives, and calling the clinic or dropping by may not be feasible during regular office hours,” says Dr. Harvey Schwartz, owner of Main Street Dental Team. “For us, it has been a top priority to be mobile friendly for our smartphone users. Not just so patients can access the Main Street Dental Team web site for the most up-to-date information; but also so they can conduct regular business hour tasks when the office is closed.”

“That’s why we’re excited to announce that in addition to receiving appointment reminders by e-mails and texts, Main Street Dental Team patients now have the opportunity to make changes to their appointments by using their smartphone,” Schwartz adds. “Because our clients’ privacy is a top concern, they can also safely view their own treatment records and make changes to their personal file and fill out medical histories—whenever, wherever.”

“With approximately 85% of the 18-and-over population online, Canada is one of the most digitally connected countries in the world. On top of that, 54% of Canadian Internet users own a smartphone. Now more than ever, dental clinics need their practices to be optimized for smartphone users,” Schwartz concludes. “At Main
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