Don’t dread a dental office organization project. Embrace it with these simple tips.
It’s Monday morning, and after a refreshing weekend, you’re ready to get to work on the dental office organization project you cleared your schedule to do this week. You were ready for it, that is, until you unlocked your front office to find piles of paperwork waiting to be sorted on your desk, files on the floor to be put away, and a to-do list the size of an entire notebook. Continue reading “Dental Office Organization: 6 Tips to Stop Scrambling and Start Automating”
Find out how your cosmetic dental design practice can benefit from paid advertising online.
Let’s talk about your marketing. Whether you specialize in cosmetic dental design, orthodontics, or general dentistry, you have to get your practice in front of possible patients. If you’ve been following along, you already have a large toolbox of marketing ideas. Continue reading “How to Write PPC Ads for a Cosmetic Dental Design Practice”
Your dental treatment consent form is a legal document, but it shouldn’t read like one.
When you create or update your dental treatment consent form, keep it simple. Your standard consent form can cover any number of procedures, but you can also easily adapt a simple form to include any specific treatments if you need to. Continue reading “What to Include on a Dental Treatment Consent Form”
Don’t try to reinvent the wheel for every dental referral letter you send. Use these templates to finish the job quickly.
You see a lot of patients in your practice. With each referral, you’ll also need to send a dental referral letter. That can be a lot of paperwork! There’s no reason to write a brand new letter each time you send a patient to a specialist. A fill-in-the-blanks dental referral letter will get you off to a splendid start. It saves you precious time, and reduces the chance of forgetting to include vital information. Continue reading “A Sample Dental Referral Letter Any Type of Practice Can Use”
Does your dental practice marketing need work? Use these tips to shine a spotlight on your practice in the community.
Traditional dental practice marketing typically includes maintaining a current website and staying up-to-date with print ads. In today’s world, there is so much more you can do to market your practice, and most of it can be done with little financial investment and a bit of time and ingenuity. Continue reading “7 Dental Practice Marketing Tips to Stand Out In Your Community”
When was the last time you rebranded your dental pamphlets? Out with the old, and in with the new.
You’ve been working on your dental website, social media presence, and even creating dental videos to get the attention of your local patient-base. So what’s your next step? Where do you concentrate your marketing efforts? It’s time to focus on print marketing. Do you know how to master dental pamphlets? Continue reading “Mastering Dental Pamphlets & Learning How to Create, Buy, or Outsource”
Stay up to date on the latest research and practice news with these dental magazines
Unless you happen to be in a room full of dentists, most people wouldn’t know a bicuspid if it bit them. They certainly wouldn’t know what to do with the latest research on root canal calcification. So, if you want to “talk shop” you don’t always have the opportunity. Have you ever considered brushing up on your skills with dental magazines? Continue reading “8 Dental Magazines for Forward-Thinking Dentists and Specialists”
Looking for business cards with a bite? Use these design tips for dental business cards created to reel in new patients.
There are over 210,000 practicing dentists in the United States alone. Attracting patients to your practice is the first step to a lasting and healthy relationship for good business and great dental health. Just as every mouth leaves a unique impression, dental business cards do as well. Ensure your impression is a good one. Continue reading “How to Design Dental Business Cards That Rake In Leads”
Wondering what a dental newsletter needs to yield a high return on a small investment of time? It’s easy with these 7 simple traits.
Your dental newsletter is one of the easiest ways to reach your current patient list. Marketing is a terrific tool to generate new business, but your efforts yield even greater rewards when you also nurture your current patients, too. Continue reading “7 Traits of a Highly Effective Dental Newsletter”
Fine tune your name recognition with dental logos that tell a story.
When you open or rebrand a dental practice, there are many choices that need to be made. How should you design the office? What will you name the practice? Everything you choose presents an idea to the public. The most visible portion is your logo. Dental logos tell your patients what they can expect from your aesthetic. Continue reading “7 Dental Logos We Love & Why They Stand Out”