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How to Make Marketing Your Dental Practice a Priority: Tips from Melinda Spitek

Sep 9th, 2009 | Category: Dental Referrals, Dental Websites, Featured Articles, Internal Dental Marketing

As everyone knows, recent economic conditions have made it more difficult for small businesses to remain profitable. Dental specialists have not been immune from the challenge. What can practitioners do to remain successful in the face of these financial tough times?



Four Ways to Recognize Referring Dentists

Aug 31st, 2009 | Category: Dental Referrals, Ideas to Market Your Dental Practice

Everyone likes to be recognized and your referring dentists and physicians are no exception. Reaching out to them and/or their family will earn you high marks and improve your relationship. Here are four easy ways to recognize your referring healthcare providers:



Send Thanksgiving Cards to your Referring Dentists and Physicians

Aug 24th, 2009 | Category: Dental Referrals, Ideas to Market Your Dental Practice

As the end of the year approaches, send Thanksgiving cards to your referring dentists and physicians. Christmas cards very often get lost in the volume of holiday cards mailed in December.



Why You Must Communicate with Referring Dentists

Jul 1st, 2009 | Category: Dental Referrals, Ideas to Market Your Dental Practice

In real estate, it’s location, location, location. In making your practice attractive to referring dentists, it’s communication, communication, communication. The biggest mistake doctors can make is not reporting back to the referring dentist on a patient’s status. Even worse: not reporting back to them before the patient calls the referring dentist for an update. Fortunately, there are many ways to effectively communicate to the referring dentist and avoid embarrassment.



5 Simple Ways to Continue to Receive Dental Referrals

Jun 17th, 2009 | Category: Dental Referrals, Ideas to Market Your Dental Practice

Just because another dentist has referred patients to you once does not guarantee that the dentist will continue to make referrals. Getting the initial referral is half the battle. The other half is maintaining good relationships with referring dentists and other healthcare providers so that you do not get lost in the shuffle. Here are five friendly ways to maintain existing physician referrals.