Appointment with your dentist just a click away
Udenz is Middle East and North Africa region's first dedicated dentist discovery platform
Now booking your appointment with a dentist is just a few clicks away with a super interactive online booking system available at hand.
So far, the easy smart application Udenz, Middle East and North Africa region's first dedicated dentist discovery platform based in Dubai, has successfully registered over 2,000 practising dentists across key markets in the region.
The announcement has been made by the Udenz founder and CEO Dr Hisham Safadi, just two weeks before going live on Eureeca, the first global equity crowdfunding platform.
"The innovative platform is accessed through a mobile application, available through iOS and Android, giving users unlimited access to vital information on dental care, at the touch of a button."
The Udenz aims to create an industry standard by being recognised as the region's most credible channel to access the best dental care in the Middle East, he added.
"Since its launch last February, the Udenz app has gained significant traction, boasting over 50,000 downloads, from which 8,000 active users book an average of four appointments per week, resulting in over $35,000 of referral revenue.
It enables professional dental practitioners with tools that maximise access and reach to patients within and beyond their physical markets by creating geo-location based directories for patient customers to browse and explore, he explained.
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