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Marketing a dental business has changed more in the last 5 years than it has in the previous 3 decades. Understanding the consumer and what you need to do to have them find you replaces the mentality that we had expressed ten to thirty years ago.

We need to have a clear, consistent, and strong message in the market place. Branding is huge and social media is imperative. Defining your business “differentiator” must be announced and all the information you share must clearly proclaim that message for it to be heard. Patients are perceptive and learn and make decisions through reviews. Start off on the right foot with a strong brand, clear message, and consistent presence. We can help!

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The Pro’s Checklist to Selling A Dental Practice|Dental Consultant

December 17, 2019

As a Dental Consultant and Business Owner for over 16 years, nothing scares me more than a dental practice without a transition plan. So, when a new client informs me they have never even thought about selling their practice and...

Dental Consultant | Windows 7 is Dying––Is your practice prepared?

November 12, 2019

If you haven’t heard by now that support for Windows 7 is ending, you’ve likely been living under a rock. But, just in case that rock has sheltered you from being aware of the dangers that loom, here’s a quick...

Dental Practice Consultant | Big Picture
Dental Practice Consultant | Big Picture

January 20, 2020

You and your team are personally involved in your business daily. This can make it difficult to evaluate the areas of opportunity that are available to you. Even the most well-trained team can have instances of inefficiency or miscommunication, leading...

Dental Consultant | Building a Better Team
Dental Consultant | Building a Better Team

January 9, 2020

Recruiting employees can be a time-consuming, stressful, and sometimes costly endeavor. When you’re looking to build an optimal team, it can be tempting to hold onto old employees for too long and hesitate to hire new ones until you’re confident...