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What companies do for IT support goes through stages that relate directly to their growth as they scale. When you started your dental practice, you were likely both a dentist and an IT repairman. Then, as things began to take off, you no longer had time to do updates and patches, so you handed off that responsibility to a support staff member. That worked well for a while, but now you’ve hit one of the following roadblocks:
No matter what internal circumstance brought you to this webpage, rest assured that the Radius team is capable of helping you achieve the secure, streamlined, and stable IT environment that your practice needs.
The most effective way to think about maintaining IT systems is to consider the parallel between IT maintenance and the good dental health regimen that you suggest to your own patients. You don’t want your patients to delay good oral hygiene until they are in pain and can’t function normally. Instead, you want them to do the daily things that are necessary to help them stay healthy.
Ongoing, preventative maintenance – that’s the best way to manage IT systems in a Dental Practice.
What does ongoing preventative maintenance entail?
The Radius team packages its many IT support services into a tailored package for each dental office’s specific requirements. As a result of this level of service customization, it’s difficult to detail pricing on a website. There are some things regarding our pricing that applies across the board.