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Dental Facebook Posts – Ideas for Your Practice

On average, adults in the USA spend nearly two hours on social media networks per day(!). Facebook is in the lead with 2 billion users worldwide and offers a growing array of things you can do on the platform. From posting a status and sharing photos to getting news, selling items, or asking for recommendations – being on this social network has almost become a cultural requirement for both individuals and businesses. Become an expert in Dental Facebook Posts today!

As people are now so transparent in sharing their lives publicly, they expect the same from businesses. Social media is a great place for your practice to showcase its personality, interact with current patients and drive more traffic (prospective patients) to your website.

People won’t be impressed if your dental practice’s Facebook page is bare, missing information, or simply promoting patients to come in. Instead, publish amazing Facebook Dental Posts that provide valuable and educational content to get people Liking and interacting with your page.

Facebook Dental Posts Ideas

Need some help getting started? Here’s some ideas that you can take and use as your own the next time you hit social media writers block.

Post Idea 1

Have a toothache? Here are four ways to offer temporary relief (but in the meantime, make sure to call us to get it checked out):

  1. Rinse with warm water.
  2. Floss to remove food or debris that may be wedged between the teeth.
  3. Take an over-the-counter pain reliever.
  4. Apply an over-the-counter antiseptic containing benzocaine.

Post Idea 2

Frequent headaches? You might be grinding your teeth at night which can also hurt your sleep and damage your teeth. Find out if a mouth guard is something you should consider and ask us about it at your next appointment!

Post Idea 3

Did you know that in a lifetime, the average person spends 38 days brushing their teeth? #themoreyouknow #dentalfacts

Post Idea 4

Tooth decay is the world’s second most common disease (the common cold is #1). Take a few minutes morning and night to take care of your pearly whites!

Post Idea 5

The great debate – do you brush your teeth the moment you wake up, or wait until after breakfast? Comment below and watch out for tomorrow’s post on my viewpoints! Make sure to follow-up with a post with your views on morning brushing. Bonus: Tag people who commented on your original post so they can see your answer.

Schedule Facebook Posts in Advance

Now that you have content to post, the next step is to publish frequently and consistently. Plus, Facebook has a tool that allows you to schedule posts in advance. Instead of needing to remember to post 3 times each week, you can dedicate an hour to scheduling out posts months in advance. This way you can focus your time spent weekly on social media to engaging with followers by commenting, replying, and liking their feedback and posts.

Watch the video below to learn how to schedule your content on Facebook.

Once you have a month’s worth of content on your page, it’s worth taking the time to view your Insights, or Facebook page analytics, to determine the best days and times to post, and adjust your scheduled posts accordingly.

Discover 30 great dental Facebook Posts and get even more ideas on what to post and download the FREE toolkit below.

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Dental Associations: A Complete Guide by State

Dental Associations exist to empower and assist dentists in advancing the overall oral health of their patients.

They are strong advocates for public health and they strive to support their members: promoting the art and science of dentistry by providing useful services and relevant resources to dental professionals. 

Their mission is to ensure all dentists have what they need to run their practice and succeed. They work side by side with members to achieve optimal health for all.

Dental Associations exist at a national, state and local level. Therefore, if you would like to explore all their resources, we have compiled a comprehensive list so you can become a member of the ones that will help your dental practice grow!

National Dental Associations

American Association of Dental Office Management

Founded in 2005, the mission of the American Association of Dental Office Management (AADOM) is to educate, connect and empower dental office managers and practice leaders across North America.

Regardless of the level of expertise or years of experience, AADOM will help anyone in the industry to grow both professionally and personally with dental management resources to keep learning, connecting, and growing. 

https://www.dentalmanagers.com/

American Association of Endodontists

The American Association of Endodontists (AAE) is dedicated to advancing the art and science of endodontics and promoting the highest standards of patient care.

The AAE’s success is driven by the exceptional work of its volunteer leaders and diverse membership. Visit the website to explore AAE’s history and operations.

https://www.aae.org/specialty/

American Dental Association

The American Dental Association (ADA) exists to power the profession of dentistry and to assist its members in advancing the overall oral health of their patients. Together with their 163,000+ members, they have been driving dentistry forward for more than 160 years.

The ADA is a strong advocate for its members, promoting the art and science of dentistry by supporting dental professionals through various services, resources and personalized benefits.

The organization is   also a strong advocate for public health, helping the population to stay healthy from the dental chair to daily care at home.

https://www.ada.org/en

American Dental Assistants Association

The American Dental Assistants Association (SDAA) is the leading association representing professional dental assistants in the United States.

The SDAA mission is to advance the careers of dental assistants and to advocate for the dental assisting profession in matters of education, professional activities, credentialing and legislation. They aim to promote the ideals and growth of the association, which aid in the accessibility and delivery of quality oral health care to the public. 

https://www.adaausa.org/

American Dental Hygienists’ Association

Founded in 1923, the American Dental Hygienists’ Association (ADHA) is the largest national organization representing the professional interests of the more than 185,000 registered dental hygienists (RDHs) across the country. 

The ADHA works to support dental hygienists throughout their career lifecycle and advance the dental hygiene profession by developing new career paths, expanding opportunities for care, and providing the latest training and information.

https://www.adha.org/

American Orthodontic Society

The American Orthodontic Society (AOS) is the largest and one of the oldest US-based educational associations of general and pediatric dentists who practice orthodontics worldwide. 

The AOS mission to provide a pathway for learning, integrating, and excelling in orthodontics. Along with helping members stay up to date with the latest techniques, technology, and products, AOS strives to continually provide leading orthodontic education, mentoring, networking, and advocacy that equips its members with the skill set and support they need to succeed and make a positive difference in their communities.

https://orthodontics.com/

American Association of Orthodontists

The American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) was created in 1900. Only dentists who successfully complete an accredited orthodontic residency program after dental school are accepted for membership in the American Association of Orthodontists. They represent 19,000 orthodontist members throughout the United States, Canada and abroad.

AAO members are gifted and highly educated specialists who diagnose, prevent and treat dental and facial irregularities to correctly align teeth and jaws. 

The AAO seeks to help prospective patients understand the importance and life-changing benefits of orthodontics for all patients: children, teens, and adults. 

https://www.aaoinfo.org/

Association of State and Territorial Dental Directors

The Association of State and Territorial Dental Directors (ASTDD) is a national non-profit organization representing the directors and staff of state/territorial public health agency programs for oral health.

It was organized in 1948 and is one of 20 affiliates of the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO).

ASTDD formulates and promotes the establishment of national dental public health policy, assists state/territorial dental programs in the development and implementation of programs and policies for the prevention of oral diseases; builds awareness and strengthens dental public health professionals’ knowledge and skills by developing position papers and policy statements; provides information on oral health to health officials and policy makers, and conducts conferences for the dental public health community.

https://www.astdd.org/

National Dental Association

The National Dental Association (NDA) promotes oral health equity among people of color by harnessing the collective power of its members, advocating for the needs of and mentoring dental students of color, raising the profile of the profession within their communities.

The main goal of the National Dental Association is to improve the delivery of oral health care among minorities and/or underserved communities by providing continued education, collaborative research, leadership training, and business networking.

https://ndaonline.org/

American Academy of Periodontology

The American Academy of Periodontology (AAP) is a 7,500-member professional organization for periodontists – specialists in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases affecting the gums and supporting structures of the teeth, and in the placement of dental implants. 

The Academy’s purpose is to advance the periodontal and general health of the public and promote excellence in the practice of periodontics.

The AAP mission is to champion member success and professional partnerships for optimal patient health and quality of life. They strive to be the voice for periodontists as the collaborative partner to achieve optimal oral health.

https://www.perio.org/

American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry 

Established in 1984, The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) is dedicated to advancing excellence in the art and science of comprehensive cosmetic dentistry and encouraging the highest standards of ethical conduct and responsible patient care.

The AACD offers superior educational opportunities; promotes and supports a respected Accreditation credential; serves as a user-friendly and inviting forum for the creative exchange of knowledge and ideas; and provides accurate and useful information to the public and the profession.

The AACD includes more than 5,000 dental professionals, laboratory technicians, educators, and researchers from 70 countries worldwide. This global perspective allows AACD members to gather information from the international field of cosmetic dentistry.

https://aacd.com/

America’s ToothFairy: National Children’s Oral Health Foundation 

Founded in 2006, The America’s ToothFairy: National Children’s Oral Health Foundation (NCOHF) works to ensure all children can access dental care and learn about oral health.

As a resource provider, America’s ToothFairy increases access to oral health care by supporting nonprofit clinics and community partners delivering education, prevention and treatment services for underserved children.

https://www.americastoothfairy.org/

Oral Health Foundation

Established in 1971, The Oral Health Foundation is an independent charity dedicated to improve oral health and wellbeing around the world. This organization has provided expert, independent and impartial advice on all aspects of oral health directly to the public.

They work with governments, dental and health professionals, manufacturers, the dental trade, national and local agencies and the public, to achieve their mission of addressing the inequalities which exist in oral health.

https://www.dentalhealth.org/

Dental Associations by State

Alabama Dental Association

Founded in 1869, the Alabama Dental Association (ALDA) is a membership organization of over 1,800 Alabama dentists. ALDA is the premier professional dental organization in the state representing local dentists efforts to provide quality dental care to all Alabamians.

The mission of the Association is to encourage the improvement of the health of the public, to promote the art and science of dentistry, and to represent the interests of the members of the dental profession and the public for which it serves. 

https://www.aldaonline.org/

Alaska Dental Society

The Alaska Dental Society is committed to maintaining dental care in the State of Alaska at the highest level so that everyone can enjoy good oral health. Their website wants to help educate the population about the many aspects of dentistry. 

https://www.akdental.org/

Arizona Dental Association

Founded in 1909, the Arizona Dental Association (AzDA) represents over 70% of all licensed dentists in Arizona. More than 2,500 members, comprising every dental specialty, collectively exemplify the AzDA mission  to provide leadership, resources, and advocacy to ensure the success of its members and promote oral health. 

https://www.azda.org/

Arkansas State Dental Association

The Arkansas State Dental Association (ASDA) is a voluntary membership organization comprised of licensed dentists in the State of Arkansas. ASDA represents and supports the dental profession in its efforts to provide high quality, ethical oral health care to the public. 

https://arkansasdentistry.org/

California Dental Association

Since 1870, the California Dental Association (ADA) has worked to empower the state’s community of dentists. As the largest state association in the ADA, they continue to innovate, sustain and grow to support dentistry’s best and brightest. 

https://www.cda.org/

Colorado Dental Association

The Colorado Dental Association is an organization that strives to advance dentistry and oral health in Colorado. The mission of the organization is to foster the success of its member dentists and advance the oral health of the general public.

https://cdaonline.org/

Connecticut State Dental Association

The Connecticut State Dental Association is a statewide, professional membership organization representing Connecticut licensed dentists. CSDA members are committed to protecting the health and well-being of people of all ages.

The CSDA was established in 1864 to ensure that patients received the highest quality of care from dental professionals. With a statewide membership of approximately 2,300 members, the CSDA represents 68% of all licensed dentists in Connecticut.

https://www.csda.com/

District of Columbia Dental Society

The District of Columbia Dental Society (DCDS) is passionate about advancing dental medicine, serving their community and engaging dental professionals. 

The mission of DCDS is to promote the growth of the dental profession through educational programming and optimizing oral health outcomes in the community.

https://www.dcdental.org/

Delaware State Dental Society

The Delaware State Dental Society (DSDS) recognizes 401 licensed dentists representing all the three counties with 80% as members of DSDS.

This organization advocates for the highest continuing education requirement for dental professionals. They develop and deliver high quality continuing education courses.

They also support, participate and coordinate dental care programs, events and campaigns. 

https://delawarestatedentalsociety.org/

Florida Dental Association

The Florida Dental Association (FDA) is a statewide professional membership organization representing Florida-licensed dentists. FDA members are committed to protecting the health and well-being of people of all ages.

The FDA was established in 1884 to ensure that patients received the highest quality of care from dental professionals.

https://www.floridadental.org/

Georgia Dental Association

The Georgia Dental Association (GDA) is the premier professional organization of dentists in the state committed to improving oral health and continuously promoting the highest standards of dentistry through education, advocacy, and professionalism. They strive for Georgia ​to become a state with optimal oral health.

https://www.gadental.org/

Hawaii Dental Association

The Hawaii Dental Association is a statewide professional association of dentists licensed and practicing in Hawaii. They are a non-profit corporation incorporated since 1903.  

The Hawaii Dental Association has 997 members representing over 92% of all dentists practicing in Hawaii in general dentistry and the eight dental specialties recognized by the American Dental Association.

https://www.hawaiidentalassociation.net/

Idaho State Dental Association

The Idaho State Dental Association (ISDA), headquartered in Boise, represents more than 800 dentists throughout the state of Idaho. They are a constituent of the American Dental Association, the professional organization of dentists throughout the U.S. who are dedicated to providing the best care for their patients.

ISDA is also affiliated with seven local district dental societies across Idaho. Their mission is to empower the dental profession to achieve optimal health for all Idahoans.

https://www.theisda.org/

Illinois State Dental Society

Founded by dentists in Chicago in 1865, the Illinois State Dental Society continues to write an interesting history each year through achievements that not only improve the oral health of the public, but also enhance the profession of dentistry.

Past leaders in the state and local dental societies have paved the way for their successors to enjoy a bright future in organized dentistry.

https://www.isds.org/

Indiana Dental Association

The Indiana Dental Association (IDA) serves over 83 percent of Indiana’s practicing dentists, more than 2,900 members. The IDA is composed of 15 component societies, which serve each of Indiana’s 92 counties, and is a constituent society of the American Dental Association.

The IDA can be a source for information about dental health and/or practicing dentistry in Indiana. Whether you need information about dentists, insurance carriers, volunteer opportunities, or answers about compliance, they can point you in the right direction.

https://indental.org/

Iowa Dental Association

The Iowa Dental Association (IDA) is the premier professional association representing dentists in the state of Iowa. In existence since 1863, the IDA is home to over 1,800 Iowa dentists, which represents approximately 80% of the licensed dentists in the state.  

IDA’s mission is to encourage the improvement of the health of the public, to promote the art and science of dentistry, and to represent the interests of the members of the dental profession and the public which it serves.

https://www.iowadental.org/

Kentucky Dental Association

The Kentucky Dental Association (KDA) provides dentists with active representation to both the state and federal legislatures. They also organize and educate dentists in advocating for themselves, the profession of dentistry, and the oral health of their communities.

https://www.kyda.org/index.html

Kansas Dental Association

The Kansas Dental Association (​KDA) promotes public health and health services, advances the art and science of dentistry, and fosters an awareness of the obligations of the dental profession to society. 

​In addition, the KDA provides member dentists with legislative advocacy, timely news updates, and endorsed programs and services. The KDA unifies the professional community through opportunities for networking, continuing education, and volunteer work.

https://www.ksdental.org/

Louisiana Dental Association 

Established in 1878, the Louisiana Dental Association (LDA) is the largest professional health organization for dentists in Louisiana. It is a statewide organization whose purpose is to promote, advocate, and protect the dental professional. The LDA has nearly 1,900 members.

The LDA is made up of nine component societies covering each major area of the state. Each holds organized meetings, special events and seminars.

http://www.ladental.org/

Maine Dental Association

The Maine Dental Association provides valuable resources to help dental practices. They offer legislative news, contact information on other members, continuing education courses, endorsed services, and monthly newsletters. 

https://www.medental.org/

Maryland State Dental Association

Founded in 1883, The Maryland State Dental Association represents the dental profession’s efforts to provide high quality and ethical oral health care to the public.

It is the professional association for dentists in the state of Maryland, and a constituent of the American Dental Association. There are twelve component dental societies located throughout Maryland. 

http://www.msda.com/

Massachusetts Dental Society 

The Massachusetts Dental Society (MDS), a 5,000-member constituent of the American Dental Association, is dedicated to the professional development of its member dentists through initiatives in education, advocacy, and promotion of the highest professional standards, and championing oral health in the Commonwealth.

The MDS mission is to improve oral and overall health of the Commonwealth through member engagement. They are looking to become the most trusted resource and advocate for oral health in Massachusetts.

https://www.massdental.org/

Michigan Dental Association 

The Michigan Dental Association (MDA) has represented dentistry since its founding in 1856, and they are more than just a professional organization of 5,900 dentists. 

The MDA is dedicated to ensuring that Michigan residents receive the highest quality oral health care. They advance this goal through advocacy for the dental profession and dental patients with state government, and through statewide initiatives that expand access and promote oral health literacy.

https://www.smilemichigan.com/

Minnesota Dental Association

The Minnesota Dental Association (MDA) is a statewide professional membership organization representing Minnesota-licensed dentists and dental students, with a membership of over 3,000 dentists.

The MDA represents members at the state legislature, advocating for legislation that includes scope of practice issues, as well as public oral health and safety issues.

They also advocate on behalf of their members in discussions with regulatory agencies and third party payers to resolve conflicts and recommend change when needed.

https://www.mndental.org/

Mississippi Dental Association

The Mississippi Dental Association (MDA) have worked together on behalf of the profession of dentistry in Mississippi and the patients they serve. Through the years, the MDA has established itself as the premier dental organization in the state.

The MDA has continued the tradition of improving oral health care for all Mississippians through promoting the profession of dentistry, collaborating with community partners to increase awareness of the importance of oral health care and advocating for the provision of dental care throughout the state.

https://www.msdental.org/

Missouri Dental Association

The Missouri Dental Association (MDA) is a non-profit, professional organization with more than 2,000 members statewide, representing all areas of dentistry.

Founded in 1865, the MDA is a unified organization of individual members committed to the highest quality of care for the public and a resource for advocacy, education, communication, information and fellowship.

https://www.modental.org/

Montana Dental Association

The Montana Dental Association (MDA) is a professional membership organization, representing more than 650 Montana dentists. MDA is a constituent of the American Dental Association and is affiliated with ten local district dental societies across Montana.

Members of the Montana Dental Association can get full access to benefits and services at the local, state, and national levels.   

https://montanadental.org/

Nebraska Dental Association

The Nebraska Dental Association (NDA) is a non-profit, professional organization with more than 1,000 members statewide, representing all areas of dentistry.

Founded in 1865, the NDA is a unified organization of individual members committed to the highest quality of care for the public and a resource for advocacy, education, communication, information and fellowship.

https://www.nedental.org/

Nevada Dental Association

The Nevada Dental Association is about providing services that promote the highest standards of care for the public and inspires members in pursuit of professional excellence and personal fulfillment through education, leadership and communication.

The Association preserves the integrity of the dental profession, strengthens the doctor/patient relationship and promotes the Principles of Ethics and Code of Professional Conduct of the American Dental Association.

https://www.nvda.org/

New Hampshire Dental Society

The New Hampshire Dental Society (NHDS) is the professional association of dentists and oral health professionals in New Hampshire. With nearly 1000 members, the society represents more than 73 percent of the practicing dentists in the state. 

The NHDS purpose is to promote the art and science of dentistry, provide leadership, educational information and other services for members and insure the oral health of the people of New Hampshire.

https://www.nhds.org/

New Jersey Dental Association

Founded on October 25, 1870, The New Jersey Dental Association (NJDA) mission is to serve and support its members while fostering the advancement of quality, ethical oral healthcare for the public.

This professional organization is committed to providing meaningful resources to its members. They offer a unique set of tools including continuing education, practice management, government, regulatory and judicial advocacy, so as legal support.  

https://www.njda.org/

New Mexico Dental Association 

The New Mexico Dental Association (NMDA) is the comprehensive and trusted voice of dental health care in New Mexico. As the premiere dental association in the state, the NMDA is responsible for advocating for the art and science of dentistry on behalf of the people of New Mexico. 

The NMDA was formed in 1908, four years before New Mexico’s official statehood, making it one of New Mexico’s oldest professional organizations.

The mission of the NMDA is to promote oral and general health care in New Mexico, advance the art and science of dentistry, and foster an awareness of the obligation and responsibility of the dental profession to society.

https://www.nmdental.org/

New York State Dental Association

The New York State Dental Association (NYSDA) is the voice of the dental profession in New York State. Since its founding in 1868, dental professionals have relied on NYSDA to represent them in legislature, advance the profession and set the highest ethical standards for practice.

NYSDA is dedicated to ensuring the highest level of dental care for every New Yorker. Oral health is critical to overall health, and NYSDA strives to deliver that message every day. 

https://www.nysdental.org/

North Carolina Dental Society

The North Carolina Dental Society was founded in 1856 and is one of the oldest dental societies in the country. It represents ​more than 3,900 member dentists in North Carolina.

Headquartered in Cary, the North Carolina Dental Society is a part of the American Dental Association and all NC Dental Society members are also members of the ADA. 

https://www.ncdental.org/

North Dakota Dental Association

The North Dakota Dental Association (NDDA) was established in 1889 and it is a constituent organization chartered by the American Dental Association. 

The NDDA represents over 87% of the dentists in North Dakota.  Their mission is to lead oral health, promoting education and service to its members and the public. 

https://www.ncdental.org/

Ohio Dental Association

The Ohio Dental Association (ODA) represents more than 5,000 member dentists, nearly 70% of the state’s licensed dentists.

ODA member dentists provide more than $40 million in donated care and services annually, and they are bound by the highest ethical standards and have access to superior ongoing education, training, and resources.

https://www.oda.org/

Oklahoma Dental Association 

The Oklahoma Dental Association aims to promote public health and health services in the State of Oklahoma, to advance the art and science of dentistry, to represent the interest of the members of the dental profession and the public which it serves, and to foster an awareness of the obligations and responsibilities of the dental profession to society.

https://www.okda.org/

Oregon Dental Association

The Oregon Dental Association (ODA)  is dedicated to advancing the dental profession and promoting the highest standard of oral health and oral healthcare.

Established in 1893, ODA is a voluntary membership organization for Oregon dentists. They provide continuing education, advocacy and other services for dentists and public information to promote good dental health.  

ODA comprises 16 local dental societies throughout Oregon that provide continuing education and service programs in their local communities.

https://www.oregondental.org/

Pennsylvania Dental Association

The Pennsylvania Dental Association (PDA) is a voluntary organization comprising approximately 6,000 member dentists. It is a constituency of the American Dental Association (ADA), the largest and oldest national dental society in the world.

PDA was organized in 1868 to serve the public by promoting the art and science of dentistry. It remains true to its original goals to serve the interests of the profession and the public.

https://www.padental.org/

Puerto Rico Dental Association

The Puerto Rico Dental Association, USA, Inc. is a non-for profit organization that was established in 2008 by Dr. Lauro Medrano, Dr. Ivan Vazquez, Dr. Jose Santana and Dr. Jose Vicens.

Above all, the mission of this organization is to be the voice of Puerto Rican Dentists in organized dentistry, while keeping the members informed of current issues and providing them with continuing education.

https://www.prdausa.org/

Rhode Island Dental Association

The Rhode Island Dental Association was founded in Providence on July 2, 1878 by a group of seven dentists. 

This organization is part of a three-level professional dental organizational structure which includes the American Dental Association – the national organization; the RIDA-a constituent society chartered by the ADA, and seven component dental societies throughout Rhode Island.

The object of the Association is to improve the dental health of the public and to promote the art and science of dentistry. 

https://www.ridental.org/

South Carolina Dental Association

Established in 1869, the South Carolina Dental Association (SCDA) is a non-profit association that currently represents and serves  2,000 Member Dentists in South Carolina. 

They ​lead the promotion of oral health care excellence and the advancement of the profession of dentistry in South Carolina.

https://www.scda.org/

South Dakota Dental Association

The South Dakota Dental Association (SDDA) is a non-profit membership organization of dentists and dental specialists in South Dakota. The SDDA is an advocate for dentists and dental patients. 

The mission of the South Dakota Dental Association is to promote the art and science of dentistry and the oral health of the public; educate the public on the benefits of quality preventive and restorative dentistry as provided by the entire dental health care team; and be of service to its members regarding practice health and their general welfare.

https://www.sddental.org/

Tennessee Dental Association

The Tennessee Dental Association (TDA), is the home of over 2,400 member dentists.  The website is designed to help access information on oral health around the state and to be a resource to members and the public. The TDA is the community of dental professionals and the trusted voice of dentistry.  

The TDA encourages the improvement of the health of the public, promotes the art and science of dentistry and represents the interests of members of the dental profession and the public which it serves. 

https://www.tndentalassociation.com/

Texas Dental Association

The Texas Dental Association (TDA), chartered in 1871, is the third largest state dental association in the United States. Currently, the Association has over 9,200 members and comprises 26 component dental societies grouped into 4 divisions across the state of Texas.

The TDA is part of a tripartite affiliation with the American Dental Association as its national representative and its component societies at the local level.

https://www.tda.org/

Utah Dental Association

The Utah Dental Association is a community of dentists that work to promote oral health and protect the dental profession, while at the same time meet the needs of patients in Utah.

They provide resources to dentists at all stages of their career, including education, practice support, advocacy and protection.

https://www.uda.org/

Vermont State Dental Society 

As the state’s professional association for dentists, the Vermont State Dental Society (VSDS) works diligently to enhance the oral health care environment in Vermont. 

The Vermont State Dental Society advocates for evidence-based public policies to advance the dental profession and improve the oral health of Vermonters. They want Vermont to maintain a strong oral healthcare delivery system that provides high quality, patient-centered dental care. 

https://www.vsds.org/

Virginia Dental Association

The Virginia Dental Association is a community of professionals advancing dentistry and serving the people of Virginia.

They represent and serve member dentists by fostering quality oral health care and education. Their focus is to empower the dental community through innovation, diversity and service.

https://www.vadental.org/

Washington State Dental Association

The Washington State Dental Association (WSDA) has been the voice of dentistry in Washington since its inception in 1887.

With over 4,400 member dentists, WSDA is dedicated to empowering members to advocate and provide the highest quality oral health care.

https://www.wsda.org/

Virginia Dental Association

The West Virginia Dental Association (VDA), is a major source of oral health information. They are a statewide, tripartite dental professional organization. Its members enjoy the benefits from the VDA, the American Dental Association membership as well as their local community dental district.

https://www.wvdental.org/

Wisconsin Dental Association

Established in 1870, The Wisconsin Dental Association (WDA) has 3,100 member dentists and a number of dental hygienists.

The WDA mission is to advance the interests of WDA members and the dental profession by promoting professional excellence and quality oral health care for the public.

https://www.wda.org/

Wyoming Dental Association

The Wyoming Dental Association is dedicated to excellence in the dental profession in Wyoming through continuing education for its members.

They advocate to enhance dental/medical opportunities for practitioners and through assisting its members to achieve the highest level of patient care to service Wyoming’s populate needs. 

https://www.wyda.org/

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Running Your Dental Practice Safely in 2021

2021 is poised to be a complicated year for dental practices across the United States. Most experienced a huge drop in revenue in 2020, and patients are still nervous to return to their dentist due to the COVID-19 outbreak. However, new technology can help you reassure patients and operate safely throughout this unprecedented year.  

 

Use Online Forms to Screen for COVID-19 

While it’s essential to fill your appointment book, you still need to minimize the risk of COVID-19 to your patients and staff. ProSites has created a COVID-19 screening form that you can send out before each appointment. This form asks about any potential symptoms or exposure to the virus, ensuring that you can postpone risky appointments before patients even walk through the door. Sending out this form also increases patient confidence, as they know that you’re taking the pandemic seriously and looking out for their safety.  

 

Email Patients About Your Updated Safety Protocols 

Automated emails are essential to reassure patients that you are operating safely. You should mention the increased safety measures that you’ve implemented since the pandemic began. Contactless temperature screenings ensure the safety of your staff and patients, so be sure you are checking the temperature of everyone who enters your practiceYou should also implement a virtual waiting room where patients wait in their cars instead of spending more time in your office. Email your patients about these new policies, and also mention your updated cleaning regimens to maximize patient confidence. 

 

Catch Up On Canceled 2020 Appointments 

Given the stay-at-home orders and nerves surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, many patients likely cancelled their appointments in 2020. You should begin communicating with these patients and trying to schedule a make-up appointment in early 2021. Use your automated texting service to encourage patients to schedule their next visit. If you don’t hear back within two weeks, follow up with a phone call. If your staff has availability, consider adding after-hours and weekend appointments to make up for lost time and provide additional flexibility.  

 

Update Your Website 

In addition to updating your patients before upcoming appointments, you should incorporate your revised hours and procedures into your website. A pop-up across the top of your homepage is an easy way to communicate your safety protocols, and it can be changed quickly if situations change in your areaThe ProSites Member Services team can help you update your website, or you can make the changes within your website editor.  

  

Provide Valuable Info on Social Media 

Your Facebook page is an easy way to communicate with your patients, so post your updated safety procedures and ongoing updates. Be sure to cover your new temperature checks, COVID-19 screening protocols, and your availability over the coming monthsDon’t forget to respond to comments and engage with your followers 

 

Use Pay-Per-Click Advertising to Bring in New Patients 

One of the quickest ways to attract new patients is Pay-Per-Click advertising. To make the most of the changing marketplace due to COVID-19, target terms like “emergency dental” and “dentist open now.” This will help you attract patients who put off essential work in the past year, and it helps you quickly fill up your appointment book. To maximize the return on your investment, consider partnering with ProSites to handle your marketingWe specialize in Pay-Per-Click for dental practices and conduct constant testing to help you stay on top of the competition. 

 

Use Virtual Consult Tools to Triage Emergency Dental Cases 

With limited capacity and social distancing, it can be difficult to triage patients and ensure emergency cases take priority. ProSites provides a Virtual Consult tool which can be added right to your website. Patients can upload pictures of their teeth so your team can make an informed decision about what cases to prioritize for emergency appointments. You can also use this tool to create ongoing treatment plans for complicated cosmetic work, and both situations can be billable to insurance. This tool is essential for 2021, when you need to support your patients while limiting contact to prevent the spread of COVID-19.  

 

Though you’ll need to adjust your operations to support your patients in 2021, it’s still possible to operate your dental practice safely. If you need any help launching online forms or filling your appointment book, reach out to ProSites today!  

 

Misc, Practice Marketing, Tips

Top 10 COVID-19 Dental Practice Resources

Keeping up with the latest information regarding COVID-19 is critical for dental practices. As new updates emerge, it is vital that you refer to resources that have real-time data that can help your practice evaluate developments over the coming weeks.

In order to help you navigate through the pandemic, here is a list of top 10 resources to help you navigate these unprecedented times

  1. American Dental Association (ADA). The ADA offers the latest information in dental industry news. This website has the latest information on the COVID-19 relief bill and what it means for dentistry and your practice. They also share continued guidance on dental emergency procedures, and whether to offer nonemergency care: https://www.ada.org/
  2. California Dental Association (CDA). The CDA website is a great resource for dental practices looking for the latest webinars, HIPAA compliance, helpful resource library, tips on practice management, as well as providing urgent updates by text: https://www.ada.org/en/member-center/coronavirus-resource-toolkit-for-ada-members
  3. Dental Economics. This valuable business journal is a practice management resource that helps dentists in every stage of their careers, from dental students to new dentists to seasoned clinicians: https://www.dentaleconomics.com/
  4. National Network for Oral Health Access. This resource for dental practices offers case studies, consent forms, and the latest updates on the pandemic and what it means for your practice: http://www.nnoha.org
  5. Apple and Center for Disease Control (CDC). This joint effort with Apple and the CDC offers a FREE COVID-19 Screening Tool. This tool can help you understand what to do next about COVID-19: https://www.apple.com/covid19
  6. American Association of Endodontists (AAE). Their website offers a full page on COVID-19, including implications for Dental Care and current best practices. As their website notes, they will offer new recommendations as the pandemic evolves: https://www.aae.org/specialty/clinical-resources/covid-19-updates-resources/
  7. Center for Disease Control (CDC). The CDC website is updated frequently to cover recent events and contains comprehensive guidelines such as “Interim Infection Prevention and Control Guidance for Dental Settings During the COVID-19 Response” to protect your practice and your patients: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
  8. Dentistry Today. This a valuable article for dentists looking to compare their preparedness to the rest of the industry: https://www.dentistrytoday.com/news/todays-dental-news/item/6014-dentists-already-are-prepared-for-the-coronavirus
  9. Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA). The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is the primary federal agency for improving health care to people who are geographically isolated, economically or medically vulnerable. They include a helpful list of FAQs that cover need-to-know information on dealing with the outbreak: https://www.hrsa.gov/coronavirus
  10. United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The EPA provides valuable resources such as a list of the most effective disinfectants to use against COVID-19, as well as emerging viral pathogen claims for SARS-CoV-2: https://www.epa.gov/newsreleases/epa-releases-list-disinfectants-use-against-covid-19 and https://www.epa.gov/coronavirus

We hope you find these resources helpful.

We are here to help. ProSites is also here to help you with your patient communication needs. Reach out to an Internet Marketing Advisor today at (888) 932-3644 or click here to request a free consultation with our industry experts.

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Grow Your Dental Practice with Video Marketing

One of the biggest challenges to marketing your dental practice is staying on top of the latest trends, but video marketing provides an exciting opportunity to maximize your return on investment and attract new leads. Videos are a central part of modern marketing, and they multiply the impact of your existing marketing channels. Here are some of the benefits of video marketing for dentists: 

Attract New Leads 

Dental marketing is filled with intense competition, so it’s essential to find unique ways to market your practice to local patients. Video marketing is the latest trend within the dental marketing landscape, and it makes it easy to attract new patients in your areaProSites’ video marketing service makes it easy to showcase your amazing staff and beautifully designed office. We can even interview your loyal patients for video testimonials that help seal the deal for prospects who are trying to find the right practice. Best of all, we handle everything from creating the video to launching across all channels, so you get amazing results with minimal effort.  

Maximize Your SEO  

The most important marketing channel for dental practices is SEO, or Search Engine Optimization. This is the process of building your website and content so you rank for terms like “dentist in [your city].” Video marketing has become the latest boom in SEO, as Google has started including videos at the top of many search results. Being the first dentist in your area to create a video ad will help you monopolize these top spots, and with some hard work and good luck, you can also rank with both your video and website. Having two (or even three) of the top ten search results helps fill your appointment book, and patients will feel confident that they’ve made the right decision when they see your state-of-the-art video marketing 

Make the Most of Your Social Media Marketing 

What makes video marketing so exciting is that it naturally supports all of the marketing you’re already doing. In addition to SEO, video marketing integrates seamlessly with social media, increasing your traction on both Facebook and YouTube. Our team creates videos of different lengths and content for each channel, making sure it’s the right fit for different audiences. We also fully optimize each video so it can be found by the right viewers, as well as creating supporting landing pages for Facebook and YouTube ad campaigns. This seamlessly converts leads to new appointments, as well as provides tracking so you can see your exact return on investment. If you’re already marketing on social media, video marketing helps take your efforts to the next level.  

Stand Out from the Crowd 

One of the biggest benefits of video marketing is that it’s an up-and-coming technology that most small businesses are ignoring. Whether they lack the knowledge or the resources, most dental practices aren’t taking the time to take advantage of all the benefits video marketing creates. By being the first dentist in your area to create video ads, you can stand out from the crowd and be the first to reap the SEO and lead generating benefits of video marketing.  

 

If you’re ready to showcase your beautiful practice, friendly staff, and loyal patients, reach out to ProSites today! Our team will come out and record videos at your location so you can highlight your expertise and excellent service. Then our internet marketing experts will help share your video far and wide to help you attract new patients!  

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Misc, Practice Marketing, Tips

Discovery of Oral Lesions Possibly Tied to COVID-19

A dental team found a previously undiscovered symptom that could help detect asymptomatic COVID-19 virus cases: oral lesions. Dentists at The Baltimore Center of Advanced Dentistry in Lutherville noted gum bleeding and multiple oral lesions in the mouths of two teen patients who normally display “exquisite oral hygiene.” Concerned by this development, they called in Dr. Gary Bauman, who requested permission to perform polymerase chain reaction (PCR) COVID-19 tests.

Both patients, and several family members, tested positive for COVID-19, but displayed no other symptoms. “The lesions were the only sign of COVID-19,” Bauman said. Samples from the lesions were then sent to the lab, which confirmed that they weren’t caused by herpes or other known viruses. This may be the first case of diagnosing an asymptomatic case of COVID-19 from lesions in the mouth, and Dr. Bauman has submitted their findings for further study.

Dr. Bauman wants dentists everywhere to be aware of these potential symptoms. “We have asymptomatic cases out there,” Bauman added. “I don’t want dentists to let their guards down. Some people are getting vaccinated, but those aren’t the ones we need to worry about. The ones who don’t know they have it or aren’t telling you, those are the ones we should be looking for to prevent the spread.”

If you notice lesions in the mouths of otherwise healthy patients, it may be a sign of an asymptomatic carrier. Keeping a record of a similar finding could help further research and understand asymptomatic spread.

ProSites is proud of all the work dentists have done and are doing to prevent community spread. We are particularly proud of our customer, Dr. Bauman, for this ground-breaking discovery!

To learn more, visit: https://www.drbicuspid.com/index.aspx?sec=ser&sub=def&pag=dis&ItemID=327921 

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Misc, Practice Marketing, Tips

Using the Latest Technology to Increase Patient Satisfaction

Finding ways to delight your patients is essential for the modern dental practice, as it allows you to fill your appointment book, increase referrals, and build a stellar reputation in your community. Though excellent customer service is still the first step, technology gives you the opportunity to go above and beyond for your patients. Here are ways to increase patient satisfaction using the latest dental office technology.  

 

Provide Online Appointment Booking 

One of the biggest benefits you can provide for your patients is the ability to book appointments right from your website. In today’s climate, online appointment booking helps patients stay current on their dental work. Patients will appreciate the ability to see your schedule and book right from their phones, tablets, or computers. Your staff will also appreciate the break from making appointment reminder calls, allowing them to spend more time running your office.  

 

Offer Appointment Reminders by Text 

Your patients will have different preferences about how to receive appointment reminders, but the vast majority prefer the simplicity and convenience of a text message. According to a recent Hanover Research Study, over 80% of dental patients prefer to receive their upcoming appointment reminders via text message. Text messages also have an average response time of 90 seconds, so you’ll save time for your staff while still confirming each upcoming appointment. Offering appointment reminders by text both increases patient satisfaction and streamlines how your office is run.  

 

Stay in Communication Between Appointments 

In addition to delivering excellent customer service during each appointment, you can increase patient satisfaction by staying in contact between their visits. Creating helpful and informational Facebook Posts keeps you top-of-mind with your patients and increases referrals. In addition, you can send out holiday greetings to show your patients that you care. Both Facebook posts and holiday messaging can be included in your PracticeMojo plan, so be sure to take advantage of these essential features! 

 

Simplify Dental Care for Families 

Families are an essential part of running your practice, and busy parents are extra appreciative of the latest dental technology. With PracticeMojo, you can send the entire family reminders in the same text, making it simple for parents to confirm appointments for all their children in one go. With Online Billing through ProSites, parents can also pay for their entire family’s services online, and they can use your Online Forms to quickly confirm changes for individual family members without having to re-enter all their informationParents are more likely to recommend your services when you simplify their busy schedules, so offer these dental technologies to increase referrals!  

 

 

While you should still provide excellent customer service, patient satisfaction also relies on their experiences before and after each appointment. Providing appointment reminders, consistent communication, and features like online appointment booking helps to remind patients why they come back to your dental practice and encourages them to recommend you to their friends and family.  

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Misc, Practice Marketing, Tips

How Automated Patient Communications Grow Your Practice

As you expand your client list, it’s essential to streamline your patient communications to save your staff time while increasing patient satisfaction. PracticeMojo, a ProSites brand, automates your patient communication to reduce no-shows and help you spend more time focusing on what matters most: your patients.

Save Your Staff Time with Automated Appointment Reminders

As your practice grows its patient roster, it’s essential to automate your appointment reminders without sacrificing quality or customization. PracticeMojo provides customizable, automated campaigns that you can tailor to your practice’s unique needs. From upcoming appointment reminders to recall campaigns, holiday messaging to benefits reminders, PracticeMojo provides ready-to-launch campaigns…and allows you to make any adjustments you need!

Customization is extremely important on the patient’s side as well, because all of your patients have different preferences. PracticeMojo gives you the flexibility utilize a mix of text messages, phone calls, voicemails, emails, and even postcards depending on what each patient prefers.

Limit Contact Between Patients and Staff with Online Forms

COVID-19 has made it more important than ever to limit touchpoints between patients and staff, so use technology to limit the time spent in your waiting room. Having patients complete their onboarding forms online prevents passing paper between multiple people, limiting contact during this complicated time. PracticeMojo provides you with a HIPAA-compliant portal with customizable online health forms that patients can complete on their mobile phone, tablets, or computers. These forms can be accessed directly from your practice’s website and include your branding and logo to create a seamless experience.

Support Your Social Media Presence with Facebook Pro

For most busy practices, it can be difficult to find the time to run your practice’s Facebook page. PracticeMojo provides you with two post ideas every week so your staff can easily copy and paste onto your page. These topical posts are designed to engage your followers and encourage new appointments, and they include quick tips, how-to’s, and relevant dental care updates. While your staff may not have time to write bi-weekly posts, copying and pasting PracticeMojo’s content will help your Facebook page stay active with minimal effort.

Get Support from Marketing Experts

Since ProSites and PracticeMojo have been supporting dental practices for decades, we understand that your business is unique and deserves personalized support. That’s why our PracticeMojo Managed Plan includes two free marketing consultations with our experts. We’ll help you explore what’s working well, recommendations for improvement, additional marketing channels that your practice can utilize, and the latest marketing trends!

Customized Campaigns

Though your PracticeMojo dashboard already features predesigned marketing campaigns including benefit reminders, recall programs, holiday greetings, and more, your practice probably has additional ideas for campaigns you’d like to run throughout the year. That’s why the Managed Plan includes six additional custom campaigns! Just tell our team what ideas you have, and we’ll write the copy, create images, and plan out the timing and channels, all according to your practice’s unique needs!

Maximize Your Online Presence

First impressions used to take place when a patient drove past your office or looked you up in the phone book, but now almost all of them take place online. In the modern world, building a stellar online reputation is essential to attracting new patients and giving them the confidence to book that first appointment.

Our Dental Reviews Pro feature gives you control over your online reviews, allowing you to highlight glowing reviews from your patients. It also automatically encourages patients to leave reviews for your practice, and you can specifically choose which review websites you want to focus on, whether it’s Yelp, Google My Business or Angie’s List.

Conclusion

As you grow your practice, technology can help you streamline patient communications from start to finish. From the moment patients read your first online review to the minute their appointment begins, PracticeMojo can help you automate every touchpoint with your patients. To learn more about how our comprehensive Managed Plan can support your practice, reach out to us today!

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Misc, Practice Marketing, Tips, Website Design

How Does Digital Marketing Help Your Dental Practice Grow?

Dental Practice Websites

Digital Marketing will help you grow your practice.

Learn How to Use Dental Marketing Strategies to Engage Patients

Check out the complete webinar here:
Communicate Now and Be Ready to Grow!

Introduction
Dental practices that utilize digital marketing tools to reach and engage their patients will experience increased patient retention and attract new patients. When patients are left in the dark, unsure if their dental office is open or if they should reschedule their next appointment, their satisfaction with the dental office may decrease. Those frustrated patients may then seek the help of other dental practices that are actively marketing their new office hours or virtual dental care.

There is good news. When dental practices send proactive and helpful digital patient communications consistently, they let their patients know they care. Dental practices that share frequent patient communication on their website or Facebook page, will let their patients know that their practice is open and ready to provide patient care today.

Here are helpful tips that dental practices have successfully implemented online:

  1. Update your digital patient communication marketing channels on a regular basis. To ensure that patients are engaged, be sure the home page of your dental practice website, your Facebook posts, your Google business page, your Yelp page, and your email or text to send patient communications at the same time. It is recommended that your messages are updated weekly.
  2. Ask your patients if they have a preference between email, phone, or text communications. By providing patients with helpful updates using their preferred communication method, dental practices will increase patient satisfaction and engagement. PracticeMojo, provides patients with the ability to select from text, emails, automated phone calls, or even postcards as their preferred communication method.
  3. Create a dental patient communication plan calendar. Dental practices can use a team calendar to share information about their new safety practices, staff birthdays, or interesting facts about new dental technology. To get the best results be sure the posts are fun and engaging. Be sure your communication plan provides concise answers to common patient questions like:
    • How do I get emergency dental treatment?
    • What are your new safety protocols for cleanings?
    • Is my dentist seeing patients? If they are open, what their new office hours?
    • How do I reach my dentist if I am in pain?
    • Should I reschedule or keep my appointment?
  1. Keep your website updated first and foremost. If a patient visits a dental practice website that is outdated, they are likely to move to another local dentist office website. Be sure to create a COVID-19 update page on your dental practice website in case patients have questions about new dental office procedures and safety protocols.
  2. Add live chat to your current website. Dental practices can use live chat features on the home page of their website to quickly answer questions and address any concerns they may have. Live chat is also a convenient way to engage new patients without additional in office risk exposure. Live chat allows dental practices to track commonly asked patient questions. Be sure to take those questions and add them to website under your new COVID-19 response page.
  1. Get creative and add your own personal touch. The most successful dental practices will find ways to make dental care fun and informative online. If your dental practice caters to pediatric dental care, then consider a social media campaign that would appeal to a family with children. If you are a cosmetic dentist, create videos or social media campaigns that appeal to patients looking to improve the appearance of their smile. One cosmetic dental practice launched a marketing campaign called “Tooth Talk Thursdays” to share helpful dental care tips weekly.

 Summary

The greatest benefit of investing in digital patient communication tools is that increased patient satisfaction will lead to positive patient reviews. More patient reviews will translate to more patients. While dental office digital marketing requires time and effort, it will bring in a steady stream of new patients that will boost your practice’s revenue. If you decide to focus on your patients and outsource your help to a team of marketing experts, reach out to ProSites for a consultation.

We have a team of experts that will help you develop a strategy and execute a tailored digital marketing plan.

Click here to learn more and schedule your free demo.

 

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Misc, Practice Marketing, Tips

Using Dental Office Marketing to Attract New Patients

If you’re looking to expand your practice, take the time to explore all your different marketing options. Services like SEO and social media provide slow but steady growth, whereas pay-per-click advertising can aggressively grow your patient base, but with an increased cost. This breakdown helps you review your dental office marketing options and make an informed decision! 

 

The Benefits of Dental Office Marketing 

When your practice is just starting out, it can be tempting to just let new patients find you organically. But steadily growing your patient base is essential for the ongoing health of your practice, especially as patients may move away, change insurance providers, or leave your practice for other reasons. Having a strategic and consistent plan for your dental office marketing keeps your practice busy, increases revenue, and helps expand the impact you can have in your community. So whether you just founded your practice, or have been in business for years, marketing is worth the investment! 

 

Use Patient Reviews to Build Your Reputation 

When you look for a new service, where do you start? Like everyone else, you probably look at review websites like Yelp, Google My Business, and Angie’s List to make sure you’re hiring the right provider. To maximize the impact of your reviews, ask your patients to leave positive reviews on these sitesIf you work with ProSites, we help you send automated review requests after annual appointments, but you can also do this manually by writing your own emails. 

When choosing which review websites to focus your efforts on, we recommend evaluating your competition. If they have the most reviews on Yelpsend your patients there to submit reviews for your practice. Once you have a comfortable amount of reviews on the first site, you can direct patients to another platform. By switching between all three reviews platforms, potential patients can read about your great customer service wherever they look! 

 

Master Your Social Media Pages 

Social media is an essential tool for attracting leads and engaging with your current patients. Facebook allows you to continually interact with your communityshare dental care tips, and build your brand awarenessTo maximize the impact of your dental office marketing, you should launch a few posts every week. Rather than writing your posts one at a timecompose one month’s worth of posts and have your office staff copy and paste the content onto your Facebook page on scheduled days. If your staff is too busy, you can also hire a service like ProSites to create content from scratch and post it for your team. 

 

Use Search Engine Optimization to Gain Local Traffic 

You’ve likely heard the term “Search Engine Optimization,” and its abbreviation “SEO,” ait’s an essential part of your dental office marketing. Since patients won’t drive too far to visit their dentist, local SEO should be your central focus to find patients near you. For each service you offer, like family dentistry, teeth cleaning, root canals, you’ll want to create custom content that is focused around your location. This will help potential patients find you when they search for the services they need most! 

It takes time and dedication to create an ongoing SEO strategy, especially since Google constantly re-evaluates pages and prioritizes different factors. Since dental offices are busy supporting patients, SEO may be the best option to outsourceDental office marketing services like ProSites will create pages that focus on the best keywords for your practice and include all the technical minutia that will help you to rank. 

 

Conclusion 

While dental office marketing requires a lot of time and effort, it helps bring in a steady stream of new patients that will boost your practice’s revenue. If you decide to focus on your patients and outsource your help to a team of marketing experts, reach out to ProSites for a consultation! We have a team of experts that can help you develop a strategy and execute a tailored marketing plan! 

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