The goal of National Smile Month is to promote the benefits of having good oral health and the value of a healthy smile. Here are five ways you can get involved and connect with members of your community.
Write a captivating dental blog post in 15 minutes [templates included]
Blogging is one of the best ways to help your website rank high in search engines. It’s also one of the most effective ways to educate patients about what really matters to your practice, their oral health. Adrian Lefler of My Social Practice shares how to get started with dental blogging.
Making a strong connection: Dental office front desk best practices
Excellent dental patient communication relies equally on skilled front desk staff and streamlined operations. RevenueWell shares some front desk practices when handling patient communication over the phone or in-person for your dental practice.
5 in-office communication tips for happier patients
The folks at Solutionreach have put together five tips and best practices to help ensure your patients not only get great patient engagement leading up to and after their appointment, but during the in-office visit as well.
Pediatric dentistry: The importance of the summertime dental checkup
Learn the benefits of a summertime dental visit for children, why summer is the best time for a checkup and how to best communicate the importance of the summertime checkup with patients.
Periodontal disease is no respecter of persons
With the retention of natural teeth in older adults, dental professionals need to continue to progress to meet the demands that an older population presents. Sonya Dunbar, also known as the “Geriatric Toothfairy,” addresses the issue of periodontal disease within the senior community and how to best prevent and treat it.
Dental practice strategy, Pt. 2: From SWOT to TOWS
In part two of our practice strategy series, we examine how a SWOT analysis might look through the lens of COVID-19, how to apply the learnings of your SWOT analysis and how a TOWS matrix can help you further connect the dots.
Dental practice strategy, Pt. 1: SWOT analysis
A SWOT analysis allows you to look at four key areas of your business environment: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats. Here’s how to complete a comprehensive analysis so you can see what’s going well at your practice and what needs to be addressed.