Healthcare IoT: Dentacoin Foundation Reports Success in Blockchain Clinic

By Ken Briodagh September 14, 2017

The Dentacoin Foundation recently announced the success of its “Proof-of-Concept” Clinic, launched to address edentulous jaws (jaws without teeth) and fixed dental prosthesis (dental restorations which include dentures, crowns, bridges, inlays, onlays, and veneers). The clinic’s concept relies on technological advances beyond blockchain integration and reportedly has achieved an almost unprecedented break-even after only one month of operation.

Dentacoin is an integral Blockchain solution for the global dental industry that is designed to introduce efficiencies on specific problems. The mission of Dentacoin is to improve dental care and make it more affordable. Through developing and implementing a number of Blockchain-based tools, introducing two dental clinic concepts and the creation of a custom token which serves all products, Dentacoin says it’s launching a revolution for the dental industry.

The clinic, called F3T, is a pilot clinic which opened in London Stratford. The clinic is the first company entirely bought with cryptocurrency: Dentacoin. Dentacoin Foundation has created a concept targeted to improve the dental industry. Through acquiring this clinic concept, Dentacoin Foundation has been able to combine high quality care with lower costs, augmented by trusted patient reviews. This puts F3T Clinic on track to achieve above average earnings over the first year of operations.

The Dentacoin Foundation is developing another, similar, dental clinic concept, referred to as City Clinics. This clinic model specializes in basic dental care, but also uses significant computer technology to reduce cost and blockchain reviews to authenticate and improve results.  Similar to F3T Clinic, City Clinic is targeting price-sensitive customers. A highly specialized education and training program has already been developed and will be offered to future licensees, should City Clinic prove to be as successful as F3T Clinic.

The Dentacoin Foundation believes the use of block chain applications and the use of Dentacoins as a currency will play a decisive role in the success of the concept. They report that there is already a waiting list of dentists from the USA, Australia and Europe who want to implement the Dentacoin concept as independent dentists without the technological advances of F3T and City.

When fully implemented, all Dentacoin Foundation blockchain applications will be available free of charge and royalty to every dentist and patient worldwide.

Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

Editorial Director

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