The things we do with our clients are intended to accomplish one objective—and we believe we do that VERY well. That is, helping a dental practice become a “social practice”. Why become a social practice? Here are the three most important reasons: 1. Greater Patient Loyalty thru a “Trust Culture”
2. Growth thru “Top-of-Mind Awareness”
3. Heightened Career Fulfillment thru “Sharing Your Story”
Becoming a social practice requires developing the right mindset. And if you’ve read this far, you’re probably someone who’s already well on your way. Which brings us to Jason’s last point (Point 5: Blogs don’t have to be a thesis!) with which we also wholeheartedly agree—although you would never know it looking at the length of this post! Sorry about that... Sometimes you just gotta go on until you get it all out. If you’re one of our current valued clients and friends, thanks. Thanks for being a visionary and a forward-thinking practice. Thanks for the trust you place in us. If you’re not yet one of our clients, visit with us and make the decision to come aboard.