ArchivesTag : dentistry

Big changes in social media

Social Media for Dentists will host a live question and answer chat board on the Social Media Dentist Facebook page Wednesday May 5 at 8:00 PM Eastern.  You must “Like” the page in order to join in the conversation.  Visit the page at http://facebook.com/socialmediadentist to join in the conversation! This is a wonderful time for […]

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Which Makes More Sense – Tangible or Digital Marketing?

There’s no denying how important marketing on the web has become.  However does that mean tangible forms of marketing should be ignored?  Consider the fact that email marketing giants claim between 35% and 65% of emails are opened.  The reach of email marketing is only as effective as the size of your list … What […]

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Avoid social media pitfalls

Many people say that dentists are slow adapters.   I like to think they are cautious optimistic explorers.  Sure social media is the new hot topic for dentists, but many are entering the arena very slowly.  Others are jumping in full blast and utilizing every social media outlet possible.  No one likes dentists using social media […]

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Is Your Practice Due For A Checkup?

When was the last time you heard a patient complain?  We all know that too many complaints are a sign that things aren’t going well.  However a practice that never hears complaints, or never hears much feedback at all, may not be in good shape either. Periodic surveys are an important component of any services […]

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Bad Reviews…What Can I do?

Oh no!  You have a bad review on Google!  What do you do now?  The first thing to do is to not overreact.  Many people feel that a bad review is a personal attack.  Most bad reviews are posted by individuals that feel like they have been mistreated or that they did not receive the […]

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ADA and Temple University pilot Community Dental Health Coordinator program

In an effort to extend dental services to the underserved in urban Philadelphia communities, The American Dental Association has partnered with Temple University to pilot a Health Coordinator Pilot Program.  The program will train six students at each site each year to work in communities where residents have limited access to dental services.  The CDHC […]

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