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How To Create Your Dental Practice’s Online Presence

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A website is the most valuable marketing tool for a dental practice. It makes the business’s first digital footprint on the World Wide Web and opens the door to many other marketing opportunities. However, if you really want your practice to grow, bring on new patients and retain the current ones, a website alone is […]

9 Proven Dental Marketing Tips To Attract New Patients

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When it comes to marketing, it is the key to the success of your business. Without an effective marketing campaign, you’re likely going to have a hard time bringing new patients in and making your practice grow. With effective marketing, you can reach your target audience, put your practice in front of them, generate word-of-mouth […]

Simple Social Media Tips For Dentist Marketing

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With one billion active users on Facebook alone, today’s dentists cannot ignore the power of social media. According to a report, more than 80% of American adults use an online social network. The numbers are compelling a growing number of small businesses and professionals, including dentists, to consider leveraging the power of social media. With […]

5 Steps To Successful Dentist Marketing

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Let’s face the reality: people no longer search through yellow pages to look for dentists – they look in major online search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing. It is estimated that 80% of all non-referral leads in the dental industry come from online search engines. That makes it essential for you to pursue new […]

Simple Tips For Inexpensive Dental Office Décor

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Your dental office decor can have a great impact on alleviating tension and anxiety from your patients. When a patient walks in the door, he is likely to have at least some level of anxiety about dental procedures. And so, if your dental office looks warm and inviting, it can really put the patient at ease. […]

Online Communities Can Grow Your Dental Practice

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More than 97% of US internet users look for services and products online. Hence, an online presence is critical for the success of any business, and dentists are no exception. That said, online communities have become a very valuable resource for a dental practice. Here is how you can grow your dental practice with online […]

6 Tips To Build Trust With Patients

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Without a foundation of patient trust, it’s very hard for you to succeed as a dentist. When you build trust with your patients, you get more acceptance, more referrals, and a growing practice. Hence, if you want to build long term connections with your patients, the people who rely on you to treat their oral […]

Symptoms of Oral Cancer

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One reason why half yearly visits to the dentist are recommended is because of the screening for oral cancer. During a routine checkup, the dentist examines the mouth and throat to make sure there are no early signs of cancer development. Oral cancer can be life threatening if not diagnosed and treated in time. What […]

What Causes Dry Mouth?

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If you’re having a sticky, dry feeling in the mouth along with frequent thirst, you might be suffering from a common condition known as dry mouth or xerostomia. Everyone gets dry mouth from time to time but the problem begins when it’s persistent and doesn’t go away, even after taking in more fluids. Dry mouth […]

How To Make Your Dental Practice More Kid Friendly

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Studies indicate about 20% of children aged 2 and 4 have tooth decay while 86% of them have some form of tooth decay by the time they’re 17. The growing oral health problems in children necessitate the need for regular dental visits starting early on in life. The age 1 dental visits have thus become […]