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Dental Practice Marketing with a Smile

As nice as it would be to open a practice with no assembly required, growing a business requires hard work and a good marketing strategy.

2010-09-18
SCOTTSDALE, AZ, September 18, 2010 (Press-News.org) New doctors are popping up all the time, and the competition between dentists is always on the rise. In order to keep your practice functioning successfully, it's important to remember that your dental practice is still a business, and when it comes to marketing it needs to be treated as such.

Currently about 50 percent of the American population is not accessing dental care on a regular basis. It's not uncommon for people to fear the dentist's office, or to simply procrastinate or deny that they need the annual check-up. Newsletters are an especially great way to get the public comfortable with who you are. Your professional profile can accompany client testimonials and success stories to really grab the attention of your target market and build your practice's credibility.

Personalized newsletters and postcards are a great way to reach out to both individual clients and neighborhoods. Color print postcards offer a creative way to advertise teeth-whitening services and results. Having the before and after on the postcard may be what captures your next customer. People also like having something that they can look at repeatedly and have up on their refrigerator ready for whenever they need it, so other promotional items like magnets and stickers are an effective way of keeping your practice in plain sight.

Creating a brand strategy for your practice is not only a great way to attract attention, but people will begin to recognize and remember your logo on any of the different promotional items you send. By integrating products like personalized letterhead, envelopes, and business cards you'll be creating an image for your practice and be better able to communicate the message that you want your business to send.

Using print products to help market your business will also give you a step up on the competition. Providing promotional items to current and future clients shows that your practice is committed to its clientele and gives the impression that you are confident and established in the industry. Reputation is everything, especially when it comes to attracting new patients.

When looking for a company to help with your marketing and printing needs, look for one that will provide you with quality products at a low cost. You'll have to spend some money, but remember that you're making a worthy investment in your business' future. It is important to find a company that has built up its own reputation through excellent customer service and superior design services.

Some print businesses, like Printing Solutions Arizona, make the branding process less stressful with an easy-to-use online design tool and a design staff ready to help every step of the way. They offer the best products for the lowest prices and tend to each individual client's needs. They'll help you give the public what they want, and bring big business to your door, all with a smile.


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[Press-News.org] Dental Practice Marketing with a Smile
As nice as it would be to open a practice with no assembly required, growing a business requires hard work and a good marketing strategy.