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  1. Dr. Michael Bolten
    September 30, 2013

    I’ve been a PC guy myself and my operatories are full of PC’s. I did mess around with my son’s Macbook Pro once and noticed that it was considerably heavier than my PC equivalent laptop and would probably win the “run over by a truck” test!


  2. Barnslayer
    October 2, 2013

    I use a Mac at home for web surfing, shopping and blogging. It’s simple and it works without the usual PC hiccups.
    For the office I have a PC network.

    My question is… if you get a Mac for your office what dental program are you going to use… MacPractice? I’ve seen it in action and am not impressed. And the price is up there too. A friend was using an outdated version of MacPractice and got virtually no data transferred to his new MacPractice system in the change-over. I went from an ancient SoftDent system to EagleSoft and ALL of my data was transferred to my new set up. Plus EagleSoft was pretty much free.


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