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Archive for month: January, 2019

Thank patients for arriving on time.

Thank patients for arriving on time. Whether by saying “Thanks,” noting that they’re 10 minutes early, or acknowledging it in some other way, the front desk coordinator and others should let patients know their punctuality has been noticed… and appreciated. It will make them feel good about your practice.

Whitepaper Wednesday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “Stage III Customer Service,” by clicking here. Save 25% with code TOD25.

Thank parents and patients for arriving on time.

Thank parents and patients for arriving on time. Whether by saying “Thanks,” noting that they’re 10 minutes early, or acknowledging it in some other way, the front desk coordinator and others should let parents and patients know their punctuality has been noticed… and appreciated. It will make them feel good about your practice.

Whitepaper Wednesday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “Stage III Customer Service,” by clicking here. Save 25% with code TOD25.

Thank parents for arriving on time.

Thank parents for arriving on time. Whether by saying “Thanks,” noting that they’re 10 minutes early, or acknowledging it in some other way, the front desk coordinator and others should let parents know their punctuality has been noticed… and appreciated. It will make them feel good about your practice.

Whitepaper Wednesday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “Stage III Customer Service,” by clicking here. Save 25% with code TOD25.

 

Thank patients for arriving on time.

Thank patients for arriving on time. Whether by saying “Thanks,” noting that they’re 10 minutes early, or acknowledging it in some other way, the front desk coordinator and others should let patients know their punctuality has been noticed… and appreciated. It will make them feel good about your practice.

Whitepaper Wednesday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “Stage III Customer Service,” by clicking here. Save 25% with code TOD25.

Thank patients for arriving on time.

Thank patients for arriving on time. Whether by saying “Thanks,” noting that they’re 10 minutes early, or acknowledging it in some other way, the front desk coordinator and others should let patients know their punctuality has been noticed… and appreciated. It will make them feel good about your practice.

Whitepaper Wednesday: Check out Dr. Levin’s whitepaper, “Stage III Customer Service,” by clicking here. Save 25% with code TOD25.

Referral Marketing Strategy Tip: Stay close with referrers.

Referral Marketing Strategy Tip: Stay close with referrers. There’s an old expression: Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. Most specialists don’t think of their really good referral sources as their friends. However when it comes to your reliable referrers, you should think of them as your friends AND focus on keeping them closer. Maybe you don’t socialize. Maybe you don’t sleep over each other’s houses. But if someone is regularly supporting your practice, they are your friend. What are you doing to keep them close? Rethink friendship and embrace the idea that anyone who is really supporting you is your friend.

Would you like more referrals?

Then start a Dental Business Study Club for your practice.

Dental Business Study Clubs is THE NEWEST, MOST EFFECTIVE REFERRAL MARKETING STRATEGY AVAILABLE TODAY, and the one thing you can do to guarantee a successful specialty practice.  To learn more about how you can ramp up your referral marketing and create strong, long-term relationships with your referring GPs visit www.dbsclubs.com or call 833-327-2582.

Referral Marketing Strategy Tip: Stay close with referrers.

Referral Marketing Strategy Tip: Stay close with referrers. There’s an old expression: Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. Most specialists don’t think of their really good referral sources as their friends. However when it comes to your reliable referrers, you should think of them as your friends AND focus on keeping them closer. Maybe you don’t socialize. Maybe you don’t sleep over each other’s houses. But if someone is regularly supporting your practice, they are your friend. What are you doing to keep them close? Rethink friendship and embrace the idea that anyone who is really supporting you is your friend.

Would you like more referrals?

Then start a Dental Business Study Club for your practice.

Dental Business Study Clubs is THE NEWEST, MOST EFFECTIVE REFERRAL MARKETING STRATEGY AVAILABLE TODAY, and the one thing you can do to guarantee a successful specialty practice.  To learn more about how you can ramp up your referral marketing and create strong, long-term relationships with your referring GPs visit www.dbsclubs.com or call 833-327-2582.

When presenting to patients who aren’t responding, ask questions to help them get started.

When presenting to patients who aren’t responding, ask questions to help them get started. Some patients are reluctant to ask questions or express concerns. When working with patients like this, try to anticipate what they want to say. Draw them out with simple, encouraging questions, or simply go ahead and explain things you think they need to know. This will help them learn to trust you.

Additional Resource: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, Case Presentation by clicking here.

Know the answers to common questions.

Know the answers to common questions. This may sound obvious, but it’s critical to your practice’s success. All team members need to have the answers to parents’ frequently asked questions. The entire team should understand each type of treatment and provide responses that reinforce the doctor’s recommendations.

Additional Resource: Watch Dr. Levin’s video, Case Presentation by clicking here.

Referral Marketing Strategy Tip: Stay close with referrers.

Referral Marketing Strategy Tip: Stay close with referrers. There’s an old expression: Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. Most specialists don’t think of their really good referral sources as their friends. However when it comes to your reliable referrers, you should think of them as your friends AND focus on keeping them closer. Maybe you don’t socialize. Maybe you don’t sleep over each other’s houses. But if someone is regularly supporting your practice, they are your friend. What are you doing to keep them close? Rethink friendship and embrace the idea that anyone who is really supporting you is your friend.

Would you like more referrals?

Then start a Dental Business Study Club for your practice.

Dental Business Study Clubs is THE NEWEST, MOST EFFECTIVE REFERRAL MARKETING STRATEGY AVAILABLE TODAY, and the one thing you can do to guarantee a successful specialty practice.  To learn more about how you can ramp up your referral marketing and create strong, long-term relationships with your referring GPs visit www.dbsclubs.com or call 833-327-2582.

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