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Your dental practice is ready to attract more Fee For Service (FFS) Patients. After all, FFS Patients are the ones who show up for their appointments, pay their bills on time, and allow you to use your full range of skills—while dramatically transforming your patients’ lives and confidence.
But while nearly all dentists want more FFS Patients, the truth is, these are often the most difficult patients to attract.
That said, there are proven dental marketing tips your dental practice can start using today to get more of those high-end procedures you want.
In this exclusive Influencer Roundup, we asked top industry experts to share their answers to the question: “What is the #1 strategy dentists can use to attract more FFS patients?”
Follow these insider dental marketing tips and your practice will be on its way to attracting more FFS Patients this year:
Is it still possible for solo dental practices to win the battle against large, competitive pressures?
We say: absolutely.
Though the growth in the corporate dental industry can be overwhelming, the reality is that savvy dentists—those who are rocking their marketing and running a five-star practice—will continue to beat out larger competitive pressures, day in and day out.
The key is to understand the strengths and weaknesses of corporate dental practices, and adjust your marketing strategy to take advantage of these opportunities accordingly.
To help you get started, we’ve compiled the top tips and tricks from seven renowned dental industry experts.
Follow these exclusive insider secrets and your dental practice will be well on its way to winning new patients in the competition against corporates today:
New patients are the lifeblood of every dental practice. Without new, high-quality patients coming in the door each and every month, your practice will struggle to get by, let alone succeed at massively scaling production.
Most dentists realize this undeniable importance of new patient marketing. It’s the implementation that gets a bit tricky.
In an ideal world, your new patient marketing would bring tons of new patients to your practice on a consistent basis. These new patients would then convert into high-value lifetime patients, referring their friends and family members while also leaving positive reviews about your practice online for the rest of the world already searching for your services.
Unfortunately, this doesn’t always happen, and many dentists do not see a sizable return on investment from their new patient marketing. Which leads us to the question: