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Reviews
March 31, 2021 News BlogsPractice management

6 Ways to Ask Patients for Reviews

by Simon Nowak, Authority Dental

There is no need to convince that online reviews play a crucial role in businesses nowadays. Numbers speak for themselves: 85% of dental patients look at the opinions on the Internet and consider them an important factor while choosing a

January 14, 2021 News DentistryNews

Curve Dental Advances Patient Engagement with the Launch of Curve GRO

by Curve Dental

Curve Dental, a leading provider of cloud-based dental solutions, today announced the release of Curve GRO, Curve’s next-generation patient engagement platform. GRO is one of the only solutions that maintains all patient communication and patient records within a single database.

May 2, 2019 Feature Dental OfficeOHGdata

You Are The Reason Patients Stay… Or Leave

by Oral Health

Let’s not beat around the bush: patients can and will leave your practice because of you. Dissatisfaction with a dentist or their team is the number one reason for patients finding a new practice. However, it’s crucial to note: patients

Improve Patient Engagement
January 31, 2019 Feature BlogsOral Health OfficeSearch engineSocial mediaWebsites

Ways to Position Yourself as a Dental Expert and Improve Patient Engagement

by Naren Arulrajah

A dentist’s reputation is determined by their clinical success, networking, community involvement and the quality of the content they may publish on their own website, blog or on third party websites as a guest columnist. While academic papers and research

December 10, 2018 News BlogsMarketing strategiesPatient education

Two Proven Marketing Ideas for Your Dental Practice

by Ekwa Marketing
October 1, 2018 News BlogsPractice managementPractice OperationsTechnology

Using Technology to Enhance, Not Eliminate, Patient Interaction

by Shawn Peers, DentalPeers

My last blog on the legalization of cannabis did alter my recent focus on how technologies, not yet widely used in dentistry, are making their way into our industry. For some, “new” technology is a source of stress. It “de-personalizes”