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25 Things Patients Really Want from Their Dentist

In today’s highly-competitive dental market, standing out from other dental offices is key. We searched the Internet, social forums, asked our peers, and used our own personal experiences to list the top 25 things patients really want from their dentist to help you succeed with a flawless dental marketing strategy.

Patients want their dentists to…

1. Be honest about insurance accepted

It may seem like a no-brainer, but this is a top consideration for patients. The easier your dental office can make things, the better – so list the various insurances you accept on your dental website, talk to patients on the phone about their insurance while making an appointment, and help them get an accurate quote for dental treatment.

2. Offer financing options

A lot of patients want to invest in their oral health but aren’t financially in a spot to pay a lot upfront. If you work with a provider like CareCredit, make it known on your dental website and help patients understand what the steps look like to get approved for financial options. Learn how to simplify patient payments for your dental practice

3. Provide flexible dentist appointments

It may not be the dental marketing strategy you were hoping for, but it could make a difference of a patient choosing your dental practice over another. Find out what hours work best for your patients and do what you can to accommodate; even if this means doing weekends or after hours. Be the dentist that is available 24/7 and easily attract new patients!

4. Offer same-day dentist appointments

If you have a last-minute cancellation from a patient and want to fill the spot, look into using an automated patient communications provider like PracticeMojo where you can send a text to specific groups of patients to let them know you have an opening. Someone who may be scheduled to come in a week or two out may find the last-minute opening a bit more convenient, allowing you to quickly re-arrange and fill any gaps in your schedule.

5. Have excellent online reviews

Potential patients aren’t the only ones looking at your reviews. Current patients will see them too! If they see that you aren’t rated that well on Google or Facebook,  it may make them question their own loyalty to your dental office. Make sure your dental marketing strategy is focused towards generating positive reviews and ask happy patients to share their experience online too! Discover how Prosites can help you with your Social Media Management

6. Respond to online reviews

If a loyal patient takes time to write a positive review, be sure to thank them for their kind words. You don’t have to go over board, but a simple dental marketing practice like this one will gain you more followers. Just send them a note thanking them for their kind online feedback can go a long way! Learn the value of online reviews for dentists.

7. Send appointment reminders

Whether it’s via email, text message, or phone call – make sure to keep your no-show rate low and profitability high with effective patient appointment reminders. Find a provider that can give you flexibility in how you contact patients and the frequency in which you send a reminder before an upcoming appointment for an ideal customer experience. Learn more about how to automate your patient communications with Prosites.

8. Send Newsletters with tips and recommendations

To stay top-of-mind throughout the year, go above and beyond by providing patients helpful recommendations for their dental health. A quarterly or monthly eNewsletter with tips and tricks on how to minimize grinding, teeth stains, and how to keep healthy gums is a great way to build long-term relationships with patients. Learn more about other patient communication methods.

9. Provide incentives for patient referrals

It’s a HUGE compliment if a patient sends their friend and/or family member to your dental practice, and a little token of appreciation can make all the difference! Give patients a small gift card to Starbucks or a dental kit as a way of thanking them for their support.

10. Offer a personalized patient experience

When a patient comes into your dental office, have a sign in their room that says “Welcome, {patient name}” and a small gift-bag with sample size floss and toothpaste to take home. This little extra piece of personalization can mean a lot to a patient and shows that your dental practice goes the extra mile to make patients feel comfortable.

11. Delight patient with appreciation days

Consider holding a day once a month a “surprise patient appreciation day” where you give all patients that day an extra gift; maybe a full-size toothpaste or mouthwash.

12. Have friendly staff

Again, one that seems like a no-brainer, but must be mentioned! Going to the dentist can be a feared experience for many, so the more gentle, personable, and friendly your front-staff can be, the better! Use video marketing as a strategy to highlight your friendly staff and beautiful office so patients feel welcome. 

13. Send follow-up emails with dental treatment plans

A lot of patients won’t remember exactly what was discussed at their appointment, so a friendly follow-up email that recaps everything you discussed can be very helpful in ensuring patients follow-through with their dental treatment. Keep communicating with your patients on a regular basis!

14. Create online forms

Gone are the days where people have a printer easily accessible and remember to bring in their forms before their first appointment. Instead, have a patient portal on your dental website where patients can fill forms out and submit them online before their appointment. Discover how to streamline Patient Onboarding with Prosites Online Forms that are tailored to your dental practice.

15. Run on-time

Everyone has a busy schedule, and no one likes to wait. If you’re running behind, call patients that are scheduled in the day and let them know you’re running ~X minutes behind schedule. Or, make a policy that if a patient is X minutes late, then you’ll need to reschedule. It’s important to be flexible while keeping other patients in mind.

16. Explain procedures to patients 

The more you can describe what a patient is about to experience before a dental procedure, the more at ease they’ll feel with you.

17. Have good entertainment in the waiting area

Yes, most people in your waiting room may probably be on their cell phone. But, for the rare instances, having a few magazines, a TV or a kids room may be a fun change of pace for patients.

18. Build a mobile-friendly website

Most of your website traffic is probably coming from a mobile-device, so make sure the user experience is flawless. This means fast load times, thumb-friendly buttons, and easy to navigate. Learn how Prosites will help you deliver the best website experience to your patients

19. Be confident. You are the expert!

Speak from a place of authority. You’re the dentist so your advice should be clear, easy-to-understand, assertive, yet approachable.

20. Thoughtfully answer any dental questions

While it’s more than easy to be in a rush, make sure your schedule isn’t so packed that patients feel like they don’t have time to ask their dentist any questions. You want to make sure patients are at ease and feel like you care!

21. Build a powerful medical website

Many patients will visit your dental website to learn more about a procedure, so make sure your medical website has enough details on it! Look for a dental marketing company that provides a gorgeous web design with pre-written and/or customizable content so you can easily showcase the plethora of services that you offer. Discover Prosites Dental Website Design Portfolio

22. Provide the best customer service

Whether a patient reaches out on your social media page, leaves a review, sends an email through your medical website, or leaves a voicemail, make sure that your dental office is monitoring all customer contact points to ensure no leads fall through the cracks.

23. Keep contact information up-to-date

One that may seem obvious – but a small miss of changing a phone number or updating an address on your dental website can cause a lot of confusion and frustration among patients.

24. Branding is key!

As technology and automation advance, as do a patient’s expectations of brands and businesses remembering the small things – like their birthday. As a dentist, you should send a postcard, write an email, or provide a simple text message with a birthday greeting with a small incentive. But always remember, branding is key! Discover a wide range of practice dental marketing materials, designed to match your company identity. 

25. Gain patients trust & loyalty

Patients are loyal when they feel their trusted dentist truly cares about them and their dental health and puts their needs first. The more you can continue to create great experiences – before, during, and after – the patient’s appointment, the greater their loyalty will be to your dental office. Learn more about patient loyalty and retention!

Practice Marketing

Top Anticipated Trends for Dentistry and Marketing by 2020

As we kick off the new year, everyone seems to be publishing predictions for 2019, but ProSites – we’re looking a bit further ahead. In our whitepaper, Seven Predictions and Recommendations for Dentistry and Marketing by 2020, we outline current trends to help us predict what the future of dentistry and marketing will look like by the next decade.

We’ve included snippets of three of the seven predicted trends below, but make sure to download your full copy of the whitepaper here to learn how you can stay up-to-date with the ever-evolving marketplace.

Predicted Trend: Lowered Trust of Facts Requires Building a Trustworthy Persona
Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like we’ll be saying goodbye to “fake news” or the associated decrease in trust of authority anytime soon. In fact, reliance on social media seems to have increased our general skepticism. While warranted in some situations, an overall rise in distrust of experts means businesses, dental practices included, need to work harder to gain confidence from potential customers (patients).

Enter your dental practice’s online reputation, as this is where prospective patients are likely to form their first impression of you. You must encourage current patients to share positive feedback on review sites and social media channels as both play important roles in attracting new patients.

Predicted Trend: Digital Content Consumption Will Be Constant and Led by Video
Think our dependence on digital content has reached the point of saturation? Alexa, weigh in. Given that we’re always connected, our consumption of content is ever increasing. To compete and gain valuable mindshare, your online presence must be dynamic.

A website alone is no longer enough; patients want more. Try creating a library of how-to videos that address common concerns like “how to floss with braces.” Easy-to-read articles and posts are also great ways to share content. But remember, consistency is key – as even an engaged audience is fickle and will quickly go elsewhere if you stop meeting their needs.

Predicted Trend: A Digital Front Will Be Expected
From grocery shopping to ordering lattes, your patients are doing everything online, and it’s most likely from a mobile device. Short of a real-time root canal request (crazy, we know – who would request a root canal?) what can you enable patients to do online? Probably more than you think.

Patients will soon expect to have the ability to book visits, confirm or cancel appointments, or complete forms online – dental text reminders are becoming increasing popular. Regardless of how fast your website loads, if you fall below patient expectations (which are higher than ever) your practice is sure to lag behind the competition. The answer is not to invest in more staff, but rather integrated systems that can manage dental appointment reminders, scheduling, and recall campaigns – all of which are designed to keep patients engaged while delivering the level of customer service and convenience they want.

In conclusion, technology is greatly impacting how we do business in the future. And, if you don’t soon embrace where the industry is headed, you won’t be able to make up the ground. Fill out the form below to get your free copy of the complete whitepaper, or call an Internet Marketing Advisor at (888) 932-3644 to see how we can meet you where you are today and help you get to where you want to be in the future.

Patient Relationship

The Importance of Dental Patient Education

One of the most important – yet time consuming – aspects of being a dentist is how to effectively keep patients informed and educated. From informing patients about the breadth of services that your practice offers to ensuring they’re in-the-know with the latest oral hygiene tips, pre- and post- procedure instructions, and details of any procedures themselves – there’s a lot that goes into keeping patients educated and well-informed. Plus, thanks to the Internet, there is a lot of misinformation that exists, so to ensure your patients have the best information available, it’s important to supply and direct them to your resource.

Here are the top best practices to dental patient education to ensure your practice is providing valuable content that visitors will love:

  • Make sure the content is easy-to-understand. While you don’t want to be too vague, you do want to break the content down, making it as simple as possible, so patients can understand it as clearly as possible. Where you can, try to write in “non-dental” language and avoid getting overly technical.
  • Use high-quality visuals. To support your message, use patient-friendly visuals such as photos or videos alongside the content. Make sure the graphics used aren’t so detailed where you risk scaring a patient away, but keep them engaging and relevant. When using video, try to keep it as short as possible while providing graphics that support the voiceover to better explain the story.

To appeal to all types of learners, add video throughout the pages of your website where it makes sense to further support the message you’re trying to communicate. For example, if you have a page about root canals, but someone is more of a visual learner, they may be prone to watch your video instead of reading all of the content about root canals on the page. On the other hand, patients who want to learn more details about the procedure may spend more time reading through the content on your particular webpage. By providing various types of content you can ensure patients digest information in their preferred way.

  • Make patient education easily accessible – so patients can find it via multiple channels. When you put time into creating thoughtful and educational content, you want to ensure patients see and take advantage of it! If you’re writing blog articles, make sure to share those new posts and articles on your website and social media pages. If you’ve created a new video, add the video to applicable pages on your website, share on social media, and play it in your office. When patients are in your office, encourage them to go home and visit your website to learn more about a specific procedure. The more you can showcase your content, the more useful it will be!
  • Communicate the full story. In all of your content, make sure that it tells a story. Include the benefits of the service, answer common questions patients have around the service, explain the risks of treatment and consequences of not getting the treatment. Most importantly, include a call-to-action of what patients should do next – such as contact your practice to schedule an appointment.

Creating valuable patient education can be time consuming, yet it’s an essential part of every successful dental practice. That’s why ProSites does the heavy-lifting for you and provides hundreds of pages of pre-written, patient-focused content that you can fully customize to your needs. Plus, you access a library of dental education videos to thoroughly explain the various procedures your practice offers in a way that’s engaging and easy-to-understand.

To explore these features and more, start a free 14-day dental website trial or call (888) 932-3644.

Practice Marketing

It’s Summertime and Patient Communication Is… Easy?

Ahh, summer – days that seem to stretch on forever, relaxed work hours, impromptu BBQs and trips to the beach. For every one of your patients breathing deeply and digging their toes into the sand, there’s another one (or three) balancing camp drop-off and pick-up times, carpool schedules, and trying to fit in as much family fun as possible, all while secretly counting down the days until school starts again.

Whether you’re competing with last-minute vacations or over-booked schedules, summer can be a tough time to keep your dental chair occupied. Before you hang a “Gone Fishing” sign on the practice door, pour yourself a large iced tea and read on to learn how an effective automated recall system can help you reach your patients during the dog days of summer.

Last minute cancellations and no-shows are gray clouds in a full schedule’s sunny sky. Whether they’re juggling swim lessons and tennis camp or enjoying a spontaneous mid-week getaway, chances are your patients’ schedules look a lot different than they did six months ago when they booked their teeth cleaning. Dental appointment reminders are critical to full books any time of year, but good luck getting patients to answer the phone when they’re chauffeuring the soccer team or relaxing by the pool.

Automated email and dental text reminders are the first line of defense against holes in your summer schedule. Not only do automated messages save your front desk team time, but patients are much more likely to respond to a text or email than take a call (FYI – this is just as true in January as it is in July). A patient recall system with two-way text messaging allows patients to conveniently confirm their appointment directly from their smartphone. Plus, it’s non-invasive – so you don’t run the risk of interrupting them mid-way through that sizzling summer novel.

Ok, your automated reminders went out but apparently, Bob is already on his way to the beach. How can you quickly fill his slot? Group text messaging allows the front desk team to easily reach out to patients who have asked to be notified of earlier openings. This feature saves time by messaging several patients at once, increasing the likelihood that Bob’s vacant slot is filled before his feet even hit the sand.

Since summer means fewer commitments for some, it can also be a prime opportunity to re-engage patients who may have let appointments lapse earlier in the year. Automated communication systems take the hassle out of patient recare by sending overdue treatment reminders at pre-defined intervals. To ensure no one falls through the cracks because of a change in phone number or mailing address, be sure to use a system that employs multiple outreach methods (i.e. dental postcards, phone calls, email and text message).

Finally, what June and July lack in terms of hygiene production is often made up in August with the back-to-school push. This is when parents take stock of everything that needs to get done before their little angels head back to school. Sports physicals and dental visits suddenly take precedence over lemonade stands and pick-up basketball games. Your schedule fills up and family messaging comes in handy. The family messaging feature consolidates reminders, so families bringing multiple patients to one visit receive a single message instead of a reminder for each individual. Not only does this feature keep your dental practice current with technology, you also get bonus points for providing a streamlined patient experience!

At the end of the day, summer is fleeting. So, enjoy it –  find an automated recall system that works for your dental practice and relax knowing you’re bases are covered. Reach out to an Internet Marketing Advisor at 888-932-3644 to discuss your specific practice needs and potential ways that our patient communication solutions from PracticeMojo can help.

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The Top 5 Reasons Dentists Don’t Need an Effective Recare System

Maybe it’s our penchant for mid-afternoon lattes or the hilarious monologues we can’t seem to get enough of, but we’ve recently been watching our fair share of late-night television. This got us thinking about why dentists might not want or need an effective automated recare system.

Listed below for your reading pleasure, are the top five reasons dentists aren’t interested in automating patient communications:

Reason #5 – The best use of my staff’s time is making phone calls.
For dental practices that don’t use automated patient communications, the task of reaching out to patients for general recall and reminders becomes part of the front desk team’s never-ending to-do list. And, every moment your team spends making phone call reminders is time that could be spent focused on other priorities such as patient billing, claims management, medical charts, and of course patients in your waiting room. On average, dentists save approximately one week’s worth of work with automated recall and reminder software – what could your team do with that time?

Reason #4 – Lost revenue is my “thing.”
An effective automated recare system helps dental practices keep more revenue – bottom line (pun intended). The right system reduces no-shows with timely appointment reminders sent via patients’ preferred communication method (i.e. text, email, phone, or postcard), and reactivates dormant patients with targeted outreach campaigns. The result? An increase in the percent of active patients, which translates to more revenue for your practice.  But hey, if lost revenue is your “thing” we won’t judge (ok, maybe just a little).

Reason # 3 – Empty chairs make me smile.
Last-minute cancellations can wreak havoc on the busiest of schedules. One minute your hygienists are hoping to fit in a 15-minute lunch, and the next they’re re-counting the toothbrush supply for the fifth time. While cancellations are par for the course, an automated recare system can greatly reduce the impact to your practice. Recare systems with a group text feature allow your team to quickly notify ASAP list patients of unexpected openings, which helps to fill last-minute holes in the schedule.

Reason # 2 – Accommodating patients isn’t a priority.
In a recent Hanover Research study, 80% of patients said they preferred text or email reminders over calls. Contacting patients via their preferred communication method is an effortless way to accommodate their needs. It also reinforces your practice’s high-tech image and reduces no-shows.

Reason #1 – We’re ok with patients slipping through the cracks.
Whether it’s an automated recare system with limited outreach methods or a distracted front desk staff, chances are you’re not reaching 100% of your patients. If you’re comfortable rolling the dice on which patients receive regular communications and which don’t then feel free to skip ahead. On the other hand, if you understand the importance of consistent patient communication in keeping your practice top-of-mind and strengthening patient relationships, ensure your recare system checks all the boxes. This means email and text options, as well as automated phone calls for patients without a mobile number or email address on file. And, don’t forget dental postcard marketing options for those patients who prefer a hard copy reminder (direct mail is also a great way to send birthday and holiday greetings).

In summary, the only dental practices that actually need an automated recare system are those that want to increase team productivity, revenue generation and/ or patient satisfaction. Still not sure if your practice needs a new recare system? Check out our latest white paper, Ineffective Recare: The Black Hole of Recurring Revenues for tips on how to determine if an automated recare system is right for your practice.

Still have questions? Reach out to an Internet Marketing Advisor at 888-932-3644. Our team of dental marketing experts is happy to discuss your practice needs and potential ways PracticeMojo, ProSites’ automated patient communication solution, can help you meet your goals.

Patient Relationship

The Value of Online Reviews for Dentists

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a patient review is worth its word count in gold – or platinum – or whatever is today’s trending precious metal. Still not sure? Let’s put it this way, 70% of dental patients said that online ratings and reviews influenced their choice of dentist.

And, in case you thought you were safe from Google, remember that online ratings and reviews also factor into your practice’s search engine rankings.  Search engines consistently tweak their ranking algorithms to return the best results possible, and this means delivering highly recommended doctors.

Further, online reviews create the perception of trustworthiness and transparency. The prevalence of social media and the increasing number of review sites available (Yelp, Angie’s List, Rate MDs, etc.), mean that your practice is conspicuous by its absence. Trust us, if prospective patients can’t find any reviews on your practice they aren’t going to think, “Wow – that dental practice is so good that not one patient felt the need to share their experience.” More likely, the train of thought will go something like this, “Why hasn’t anyone left a review on that dentist? What are they hiding?”

Understanding the power of online reviews is only half the battle; getting patients to leave them is the other half. So, how do you make that happen amidst the daily juggling required to keep your practice running? First, don’t under estimate the obvious…make the ask!

Send patients a follow-up text or email reiterating the importance of their satisfaction and asking them to share their positive experience online. Bonus points if you save the front desk staff time by using an automated patient communication system (FYI – this method also ensures consistent outreach).

Training your team to gently suggest satisfied patients share their experience is another great way to make the ask. Perhaps while booking a patient’s next appointment, your front desk staff mentions that the practice has profiles on certain online review sites, or hygienists politely close their appointments by asking patients to share their feedback online.

Strategically placed signage in your lobby is another way to plant the online review. Invite patients to share their experience, and ensure the review site URLs are listed clearly. You might be surprised at the number of loyal patients that use their time in the waiting room to post a positive review before they even sit in the chair.

Right up there with making the ask of patients, is making it easy for them. No matter how happy or loyal a patient is, if sharing feedback is a challenge they’re not going to do it. So make the process simple – incorporate review site links in follow-up texts and emails, include preferred review sites on appointment cards, and don’t overlook your own website.

Your website’s reviews page is one of the most convenient places for patients to share their experience – no membership or email account required. Just make sure to stay abreast of what’s posted on your website. ProSites’ reputation marketing feature allows you to determine which comments appear on your practice website. Patients can submit reviews, but nothing goes live on your site until you hit ‘publish’. Plus, when patients rank their experience 4+ stars, they’re automatically prompted to share their review on popular review networks such as Google+, Yelp, and Bing, which also makes you more visible to prospective patients.

In summary, online reviews influence patients’ choice of provider, lend credibility to your practice, and play a key role in determining your search engine rankings. For more information on how you can increase positive reviews, download our complimentary whitepaper How To Get Frequent Positive Reviews For Your Dental Practice: Climb to 5 Starts on Yelp, Google Maps, Facebook and More.

Have specific questions regarding how to put reviews to work for your practice? Our dental marketing experts are here to help.  Reach out to an Internet Marketing Advisor today at (888) 932-3644

Company News

Making Your Dental Website Accessible

Over the past year, inquires have surfaced about the need for dental practice websites to be compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (AwDA).

In fact, in the fall of 2016 numerous dental and medical practices received letters from attorneys threatening legal action if the practice did not update their website to be AwDA compliant. Earlier this year, the American Dental Association issued a write-up about how to ensure your practice’s website meets the requirements of Accessibility for disabled persons.

Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act provides that “[n]o individual shall be discriminated against on the basis of disability in the full and equal enjoyment of the goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages, or accommodations of any place of public accommodation by any private entity who owns, leases (or leases to), or operates a place of public accommodation.”

A dental practice is considered a place of public accommodation, as is the access to information about the practice via its website. The World Wide Web Consortium provides guidelines for making a website accessible to those with disabilities, which include considerations such as:

  • The website should provide alternate descriptions of graphical elements
  • The website should properly format forms that require user input so fields can be identified by screen readers
  • Tables that contain data should include column and row headers
  • The website should embed closed captioning or another means to ensure deaf or hearing-impaired users can understand a website’s audio content
  • The website should have high-contrast between background and text colors

At ProSites, we recently launched a new Accessibility option for all of our dentists. This new feature is included with every website at no additional charge. It is optional to implement and designed to meet the requirements of Website Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0.

When the feature is enabled, an Accessibility tab is visible on all web pages. If a user selects this tab, they will be taken to an accessible version of the website.  They also note that enabling the Accessibility Mode will not impact the standard operation or appearance of the website.

To learn how to implement this new feature on your website, click here. If you have additional questions about this feature, please contact ProSites at (888) 932-3644. 

Website Design

Secrets to Eliminate Patient Cancellations

No-shows and last-minute cancellations are inevitable from time-to-time, but they can have a significant financial impact on your practice. Luckily, there are ways that you can reduce the impact to your practice through these tips.

1. Identify why patients are cancelling. If patients call-in to cancel often, find out if there’s a bigger reason behind it. Was there a recent change in your insurance policies? Schedules? If you can identify the root cause, it can help you solve the overall problem.

2. Set automated dental patient reminders. Remind patients a month, week and day before their appointment. Include the date, time and even location of your practice for convenience, and utilize various communication channels to effectively reach patients (e.g. text, email and phone calls).

3. Establish cancellation policies. Whether you decide to charge for same-day cancellations or have a limit on how many times a year you’ll allow a patient to cancel their appointment, it’s fair to have boundaries within reason.

4. Expand your hours. Many patients are extremely busy and don’t have time during their work day for a dentist appointment. Consider office hours outside of the standard 9-to-5 and weekends. Plus, this flexibility will help you stand apart from other competitors.

5. Confirm appointments. In addition to automated reminders, make sure patients confirm their appointment either by replying to a text, clicking a link in an email, or confirming with your office staff.

For more ideas and tips on how to improve patient communications and reduce no-shows, download our latest whitepaper, How to Keep More Patients with Less Workhere.

Social Media

California Dental Association: Post-show Recap

If you live in California or surrounding states, it’s likely that you attended CDA Presents Anaheim last weekend. We love tradeshows because it gives us a chance to meet with our members and dentists face-to-face rather than our typical conversations over the phone.

This year we had a lot of excitement at our booth, which was packed with educational tips and ideas for dentists to grow their practice.

Check out the video below to see our VP of Products talk with Dr. DDS about the latest in online marketing:

Have a bit more time to catch up on your online marketing education? Our Founder and Co-Chairman, Lance McCollough, gave a full-day presentation on today’s top online marketing trends. Topics spanned across all-things dental marketing related and, best of all, you can get your own copy of the slides here.

Watch Lance’s lecture to learn:

  • Top 10 trends in dentistry and marketing
  • Online marketing best practices for your website, social media, and search marketing strategies
  • Common mistakes dentists make when marketing their practices
  • How to effectively manage your online reputation
  • And much, much more!

To learn more about how ProSites helps dentists like you grow their practice, call us at (888) 932-3644.

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