Dental Marketing Ideas – 188

News From The Wealthy Dentist #188 Dental Marketing Newsletter

News from The Wealthy Dentist

The 2010 State of Dentistry Address
Jim Du Molin discusses how the #1 problem facing President Obama is the same as that faced by dentistry. “2010 has arrived. While the president talks about the state of the union… what about the state of dentistry? Is dentistry stuck in the same hole as the rest of the country?”
he asks. “Pretty much, folks.” Click to continue to article…

Survey: Dentists Using Social Media
Over half of dentists (57%) report using social networking sites for professional purposes. Facebook is the clear leader; half of dentists use it professionally, and 4 out of 5 are on Facebook for personal purposes. “I believe they will and have had a great impact on dentists’ marketing,” predicted one dentist. Click to continue to article…

Denture Cream Dangers: Controversy over Zinc

Zinc will be removed from PoliGrip denture cream, announced manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline, as hundreds of denture patient lawsuits are being consolidated in federal court. The manufacturers of zinc-based denture creams are accused of failing to warn consumers about the health risks of long-term zinc exposure. Click to continue to article…

Video: Most Practices Offer Pediatric Dentistry
In this survey, we found that 86% of dentists say their practices offer pediatric dentistry. Only 14% said they do not treat children under age 14. “We treat kids, but most of our dental marketing is geared toward adults 35-65,” said one dentist. “We don’t turn kids away, but we don’t encourage them either.” Click to watch the video…


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