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How much money are you spending on marketing for your practice? You don’t have to spend as much as you might think to grow your practice. You can connect with
Working at a dental practice entails a lot, so we often stray from focusing on ensuring our patients keep coming back. This can be the mistake that prevents your practice
It can be way too easy to get stuck in your ways of doing things around the office, even if it isn’t necessarily the best, most effective, and productive way.
What are your goals for your practice in 2021? Do you want to grow and be more profitable? That tends to be on most dental practice’s goals list. The issue
Many practices often prioritize getting new patients instead of focusing on their existing patients. While it is always a good idea to get new patients, if you don’t focus on
As we are coming to the end of the quarter, we are starting to think about next quarter, what we’re going to be doing for both our practice and personal
Does your team have a morning huddle every day? If so, do you use this time effectively? Morning huddles are a great opportunity to maximize the productivity and profitability of
If you’re searching for a dental marketing plan that works, you came to the right place. Dental marketing has come a long way since the days when phone book ads
I don’t know about you, but inside of my practice, sometimes we have people that come in saying, “Wow, that much for an implant?” Or, “Wow, I didn’t know that
Have you ever had a team member who was afraid to talk to patients or was not outgoing or building connections with your patients? I have had several team members
When you’re looking for information, what’s the first thing you do? You pull out your phone or pull up a web browser and go straight to Google. Well, guess what?
You’ve likely heard that in order to grow your dental practice you’ve got to get out there and be visible. But no one tells you what you’re supposed to do
Just like with any business, hiring is one of the most important parts of a dental practice. If we don’t put the right systems and strategies in place when looking
One of the highest-impact changes we can make in our dental practices is improving the way we discuss treatment plans with our patients. If we present treatment plans well, more
While a dental practice is a business, dental school doesn’t teach us much about collecting payments and managing operations. That’s what continuing education is for. And that’s what Delivering WOW
If there’s one thing every dental practice needs to grow, it’s patients in the chair. Some need more patients. Others need patients in need of higher-fee dentistry. And others need
Facebook for Dentists: The Definitive Guide to Regularly Attracting New Patients to Your Dental Practice
Social media marketing has transformed dental practices in an almost unprecedented fashion. My team and I have spent years studying, testing, and analyzing the best strategies for using social media
Are you spending a fortune on slow, inexpensive, and ineffective marketing for your dental practice? If so, Facebook marketing might be your solution. Using Facebook to market a dental practice
Coming out of dental school, many new doctors gravitate to spending thousands of dollars on expensive branding and marketing services in an effort to grow their practice fast. While strategic
If you’re looking to increase your treatment plan case acceptance rate, your solution might be simpler than you expect. Accepting treatment is a big decision for any patient, especially when
If you’re ready to get new patients using social media but don’t know how, these four simple tips can help. Before social media, marketing a dental practice was slow, expensive,