Building Trust at your Dental Practice: 4 Steps Towards Nurturing Patient Relationships

We’ve already addressed the issue of patient trust in a post about the difference between educating your dental patients and selling to them. But how can you work at building trust among you, your dental staff, and dental patients? In this post, we’ll focus on ways to foster patient relationships, mitigate dental fear, create a patient-centered environment, and provide the best quality dental care by building trust.
Topics: Patients

Digital Marketing for Dentists, Lesson 10: Patient Generated Content

Digital marketing runs on content. Keeping your dental practice website and social media marketing channels full of great content is a lot of work! Consider cultivating your patient relationships and increasing patient retention and acquisition by starting a User Generated Content campaign! In this post, we’ll introduce User Generate Content and tell you how to use it to help with content production and increase patient interaction.
Topics: Dentist Marketing

Homeopathic Remedies for Common Dental Problems

Traditional Western medicine offers solutions to a variety of dental problems: fillings, root canals, extractions, and bi-annual professional cleanings. However, it’s possible to think beyond the traditional in dental care: there are natural remedies that can be combined with these approaches to dentistry to alleviate symptoms, protect teeth, heal gum tissue, and improve patients’ experiences of treatment and recovery. In this post, we’ll look at some examples of homeopathic remedies for typical oral diseases and symptoms.
Topics: Innovation

To Lead Is Not to Manage: How to Be a Great CEO for Your Dental Practice

A common mistake owners of small businesses often make is trying to serve in all leadership and management roles at once! A dental practice is like most small businesses in this way. As the owner of a dental practice, you play the role of both CEO/leader and manager/implementer. In this post, we’ll address the important differences between being a CEO and being a manager AND why you shouldn’t wear both hats.
Topics: Practice Management