News | January 11, 2023

Introducing The All-New Evident Hub - Case Ordering Made Easy

Evident Hub is designed to streamline and optimize the daily digital workflow of dental practices, helping customers save time and increase their return on investment.

Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) - Evident, a leading provider of digital dentistry products and services, is excited to announce the launch of its all-new Evident Hub. This cutting-edge system is designed to streamline and optimize the daily digital workflow of dental practices, helping them to save time and increase their return on investment.

"We are constantly looking for ways to improve the experience of our customers," said Chloe Gordon, COO of Evident. "The Evident Hub is the perfect tool to help them take control of digital dentistry and grow their businesses."

The Evident Hub is the ideal place to outsource dental CAD designs and is easy to use, with clear prompts and an intuitive ordering process. Comprehensive information about each treatment is included, so dentists know exactly what to expect and can order with confidence. In addition, the Evident Hub learns what a good case looks like to each dentist, resulting in shorter Rx forms and a low remake rate that saves time.

The All-New Evident Hub launched on Monday, January 9th 2023. When dentists login, they will see the new Hub with the same login details.

"We are confident that our customers will be impressed with the speed, convenience, and ease of use of the Evident Hub," said Chloe. "We can't wait to hear their feedback."

For more information about the Evident Hub, visit http://www.evidentdigital.com/hub or contact Evident at info@evidentlabs.com.

About Evident:
Evident is a dental tech company that provides digital dentistry solutions to labs and clinics worldwide. Our offerings include outsource dental CAD designs, customized SAAS products, and an e-commerce store for all things digital. These tools help dental professionals to take control and thrive in the digital age.

Source: PRWeb

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