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Eight Ways Dentists Can Improve Their Patients’ State of Mind

Mar 31st, 2015 | Category: Ideas to Market Your Dental Practice

People are often reluctant to see their dentist as regularly as they should due to fear or worries about discomfort. Helping patients relax and learn to trust you is an essential part of any successful dental practice.



Building a Patient-Centric Practice

Mar 24th, 2015 | Category: Featured Articles

Is your practice patient-centric? You probably answered with an emphatic “Yes!” But to be truly patient-centric, general dentists and specialists must go above and beyond average patient care.



What Do Your Patients Experience When They Call or Visit Your Dental Office?

Jul 7th, 2010 | Category: Featured Articles

When a dental patient calls your office, how long does it take for your staff to answer the telephone? Does the patient have to navigate through a complicated telephone system to speak to a human being? How does your staff sound on the telephone? Are they friendly and helpful? When a patient visits your office, is the patient’s experience pleasant or distasteful?



How to Boost Your Dental Patient Retention

Jun 30th, 2010 | Category: Featured Articles

Having dental patients come to you for treatment and consultation, only for them to decline care and not return, is costly and frustrating. It’s a drain on your resources, and it doesn’t benefit the patient. But the good news is that there’s a great deal you can do about it.



Get More Out of Your Dental Patients

May 24th, 2010 | Category: Ideas to Market Your Dental Practice

Many times, marketing efforts are focused solely on attracting new patients to a dental practice, often at the expense of nurturing existing patients. In fact, those existing patients are perhaps your most valuable asset: Unlike potential patients, who must be carefully wooed and courted, existing patients already trust you and value your service.



Simple Strategies for Challenging Economic Times: Jeff Francis Shares Important Survival Strategies

Apr 28th, 2010 | Category: Featured Articles

In these challenging economic times, dental practitioners have to work smarter, not harder, to weather the storm. But the good news is that with a number of simple strategies, you can market your business and bolster the success of your practice in the face of the current downturn. According to Jeff Francis, marketing director at Practice Café, dental practitioners can follow a few essential practices that will serve you well.



Building a Referral-based Practice

Apr 21st, 2010 | Category: Featured Articles

In the dental marketing world, a referrals-based practice is the “gold standard” most practices hope to attain, but which only a select few will reach. Why? Because a practice that is able to grow and thrive based only on referrals takes years of hard work and dedication, and a willingness to first develop—and then maintain—a series of marketing practices that encourages other people to bring in all of your new patients for you. Sound like hard work? It is. But the rewards are well worth the effort.



Welcome Back Inactive Patients

Apr 12th, 2010 | Category: Ideas to Market Your Dental Practice

Your patient database is full of opportunities for your dental specialist practice. Are you taking advantage of them?



Retain New Dental Patients

Apr 8th, 2010 | Category: Ideas to Market Your Dental Practice

When a new patient comes to your dental practice, you are given a precious opportunity to build a relationship of trust that can result in significant advantages for your practice: Not only can you help ensure that your new patient returns again and again for continued treatment but you can also help “train” them to bring new patients to you.



Take Care of your Best Dental Patients

Mar 29th, 2010 | Category: Ideas to Market Your Dental Practice

As a practicing dentist, you know who your best patients are (and if you don’t you should). Sometimes, they’re the ones who take your all your advice and end up spending considerable sums of cash to keep their smiles in top shape; and sometimes, they’re the ones who have consistently brought you referrals, returned customer survey cards, and posted glowing recommendations on your website.