Dental implant marketing has a unique opportunity in marketing that often goes unrecognized. Here it is: Our target audience is primarily senior citizens and those approaching that status – let’s just say people over the age of 50.
Dental implant marketing is important because we want to reach everyone who is missing teeth. But it is especially important that we, as dental implant specialists, remind ourselves that our primary audience is the senior citizen community.
Dental implant marketing is all about the present and the future, and that’s how it should be.
But every now and then, it doesn’t hurt to look back at our past.
For one thing, this kind of information makes us all more thankful to live in the modern era and can help to highlight what a tremendous blessing modern dental implants really are.
Dental implant advertising has frequently received a bad rap – and for good reason. Many times, dentists seem desperate to simply bring in patients, no matter what.
If you’re like most dentists, you would like to find a marketing agency that you could trust your dental implant marketing to for the long haul.
Could oral health messages be used more forcefully in dental implant marketing?
We think so!
We’re all involved in dental marketing, and we’re usually focused on the present and the future – for good reason.
But, today, let’s take a short stroll through the history of dental marketing and see what we can learn from where we’ve been.
What has dental marketing been like through the years and how has its message and methods changed over time?
Do you know the most valuable piece of dental implant marketing equipment in your office?
It’s your phone!
There’s a new way to engage in dental implant advertising. It’s called telling your customers the truth. Many dentists and dental implant advertising companies
Here at Client Connection Group, we believe that there is a better way to do dental implant advertising. We appeal to the MINDS of our customers, educating them rather than simply shouting discounts.
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Dental implant marketing deserves every effort that we can give it. Dental implants represent the biggest advance in dentistry within the last 50 years.
In the previous post, we discussed the treatment coordinator’s role and conversation with the patient as they present the case. In this post, we will conclude our discussion by talking about the best way for the treatment coordinator to actually close the case in a way that maximizes case acceptance and therefore leads to maximum dental practice growth.
You the dentist have now hired a skilled, positive person as the treatment coordinator in order to maximize dental practice growth. Now, what are some best practices as the treatment coordinator begins their work of presenting the value of the case to the patient?
Dental Implants and dental implant marketing will not be going away any time soon by all indicators. Implants continue to grow in popularity. According to the latest study by iData Research, over 3 million dental implants are placed each year in the United States with that number expected to continue to climb due to an aging population.
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Although hiring and retaining top talent is usually not the first consideration when we think of increasing our marketing for dental implants, it is vital