Practice Growth Tips For Busy Dentists #7
We found some great articles full of dental growth tips and wanted to pass them along. We know you’re busy, so this is the “best of the best” we’ve found lately. Thanks to Dentistry IQ and Dental Economics for sharing information included in this post!
To say there are many steps to take while closing or transitioning a dental practice is an understatement. Professional guidance helps, but ultimately the practice owner must make sure all items are checked off. Here's a helpful list to follow while making the transition.
As a dentist competing with others in your area, you can’t get away from marketing your services online, which means taking ownership of your dentist SEO ranking (search engine optimization ranking). Online search engines are where 90% of us turn when making important decisions, such as choosing the perfect dentist.
Creating satisfied patients in your dental practice will lead to a healthy bottom line. Happy patients stay with the practice, reducing the need for as many new patients. This 30-year dentist shares his insights to his success.
Most dental practices stand behind their work and repair or replace work if it fails in the short term. When a patient came into our office with a broken crown that had been recently made, we remade the crown at no charge. Then we decided that if we already replace these crowns at no charge, why not put this policy into writing and make it a positive marketing bonus?
How much of a goldmine is your dental front office staff? In this downloadable guide you’ll find insights and action plans you can use to avoid painfully common mistakes. You’ll also learn how some of the best dental practices have transformed their staff members into magnets for new patients.