Dental Marketing Ideas – 220

News From The Wealthy Dentist #220 Dental Marketing Newsletter



News from The Wealthy Dentist

Would You Like To Maximize Your Marketing?
Targeting high-value patients is a great way to get the most out of your
marketing efforts. In this video tutorial, Jim Du Molin explains how to do just that. And until Friday, he’s offering half off to readers of this newsletter! Click to learn more about the tutorial…

Survey: Dentists Say the Recession Is NOT Over
Only 4% of the dentists responding to this survey feet the recession is over, even if the government has declared it so. “It actually seems to be getting worse,”said one dentist. “I have more empty chair time now than I ever have.” Joked another, “Give me a bailout…I’m too big to fail!” Click to continue to article…

UK Finally Catching Up on Implant Dentistry?
New data suggests that, in the past two years, the number of Brits interested in tooth implants has increased threefold, even in the face of a recession.  In contrast, in our recent survey, just over half of US dentists said that more patients are opting for bridges and dentures instead of implants because of the poor economy. Click to continue to article…

Survey Video: Chemicals that Worry Dentists
This survey found dentists’ chemical concerns, in order, to be as follows: (1) Lead in dental lab work, (2) Mercury in amalgam, (3) Bisphenol-A in composite, and (4) Fluoride in water supplies.  “All four of these need to be totally nailed down as to their safety, or lack thereof,” said one dentist. Click to watch the video…

 

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