If you want to have a successful online marketing campaign for your dental practice, then it’s time for you to realize and understand the value of excellent content. Information is currently considered as the currency of the world, specifically the World Wide Web. Essentially, people surf the Internet because they have questions that need answers. [...] ... [Read article]Jun 2, 2013 04:05 PM
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Does your dental practice have a blog? A blog is an online tool that can be used to share information, news, and events. Blogging is a free and highly effective way to advertise your dental practice and connect with patients. A main benefit of blogging is that it provides an opportunity to show current and perspective patients what makes your practice unique. Blog posts can demonstrate the passion you have for your practice and for dentistry in general. When a patient views your blog, he or she will be able to see your dedication to staying up-to-date on the newest procedures and equipment, your commitment to patient satisfaction, or acting as a resource to inform your patients on preventative health practices.
There are endless topics to post about on a blog: dental procedures, office promotions, or new industry discoveries. Many patients appreciate when their dentist blogs regularly. It gives them a chance to learn more about the latest events and promotions happening at your office. Patients will find ease in noticing how knowledgeable you are on a procedure or new technological discovery.
Ever seen a hot model on the cover of a magazine? Of course you have. The seductive pose, the trendy outfit (or part of it) and often, a dazzling smile. Have you stopped to think why that model, male or female, has beautiful white teeth? Because it’s attractive and it sells. Granted most of us [...] ... [Read article]Jun 1, 2013 04:13 PM
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She has been edentulous at the maxillary arch for about 3 years while the latest extractions at the mandibular arch had been made about 6 months before the clinical examination. The patient presented with good general health and oral hygiene. She wore two removable complete dentures unsatisfactory for both function and esthetics. ... [Read article]May 12, 2013 07:14 PM
Successful endodontic treatment in the general dentist’s office is based upon proper case selection Proper case selection will allow endodontics to be a profitable, enjoyable procedure and provide a valuable service to your patients that will build your practice. ... [Read article]Apr 18, 2013 07:07 PM