The Gig port. - the speech market research announced a new website to help dentists make smart choices when purchasing dental equipment and related services. Dentists' voices are mainly used as a platform to submit and read reviews from practicing dentists to dental equipment products, distributors, dental office.
"Historically, when the dentists practicing, to new facilities, or replacement of equipment, they just rely on local distributors to get the information, products and services" President Dave Anderson (Dave Anderson) said. "Dealers' experience and advice are important and helpful to their customers." However, the rapidly expanding supply of products over the last 10 to 15 years has made it difficult for dentists and dealers to keep up.
"There are over 100 dental equipment manufacturers in the United States and Canada providing more than 5,000 products," he continued. "Any product could provide dozens of options for dentists." A dentist's dealer may have no experience, and a product is the best way to solve the problem. For dentists, knowing and accepting alternatives and hearing feedback from other dentists is key to making the best purchase decisions. When a dentist accepts better education on a product and can express their needs to the dealer, the products they buy have a better chance of meeting their expectations. Dental supplies are the main cost of any dental clinic. On average, dentists spend $30,000 a year on equipment, so choosing the right product is very important. In addition, it also provides review information to manufacturers and service providers so that they can use feedback to improve products and services.
Dentists' voices have no advertising bias and are based on real-world experience. While there are other sites that have information on dental devices, content is often determined by advertisers and may not be comprehensive. Product reviews may come from "experts" who often don't actually use products. Dentists' voices are an unbiased source of information that manufacturers can't pay to get their products on the market. The product examiner didn't pay. The comments come only from dentists who use office products. In addition, in order to provide the latest and complete product information, each product page has links to the manufacturer's website.
While most of the content is free, dentists' voices come from subscriptions. Member subscriptions provide access to read reviews and receive other value-added services. The dentist's voice to provide additional services, including related equipment distributors, local dental clinic information designers and contractors, for a specific product promotion email alert service, and sends an email when submit new comments.