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Comparison of Dental Practice Management Software

Package License Windows Mac OS Linux Country Modules Database Structure Language
axiUm[1] Proprietary Yes No No Canada, USA, Netherlands Oracle Stand-alone English
Dentrix[2] Proprietary Yes No No USA, Canada Charting, Scheduling, Billing, Imaging, Insurance Management, Perio Charting, Document Management, Reporting & Additional e-Services Modules Are Available c-treeACE Stand-alone English
Open Dental GPL Yes No[3] No[4] Australia, Netherlands, UK, USA Calendar / Appointments, Account, Treatment Plan, Patient Chart, Documents, Management, Multiple language packs. MySQL, C# .Net Stand-alone
Power Practice Px[5] Proprietary Yes No No Canada MySQL Stand-Alone English, French
PracticeWorks Proprietary Yes No No USA Stand-Alone
SoftDent Proprietary Yes No No USA C-tree Stand-Alone

References

  1. ^ "axiUm Dental Software - axiUm Home". Axiumdental.com. Retrieved 2014-07-08. 
  2. ^ http://www.dentrix.com
  3. ^ GNUdental(tm) is a FORK of Open Dental focused on cross-platform support
  4. ^ "Open Dental". Lumrix.net. Retrieved 2014-07-08. 
  5. ^ "Premier Dental Software - Power Practice". Powerpractice.ca. Retrieved 2014-07-08. 
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