Dentists come to us because they want to implement a marketing strategy that helps them attract more new patients to their practice. After diving deeper into their vision and goals, we often uncover additional core motivations and desires, all of which drive these marketing needs. Most often, our dental clients want to spend more time doing what they love, practicing dentistry, and less time running the business.
When the marketing, operations and financials of a practice are buttoned up, time can be spent actually practicing dentistry, enjoying time with family and friends, and giving back to the community.
Dr. Thomas Jennings and Dr. Bradley Perrett of Pinnacle Dentistry in Colorado Springs, Colorado, believe and emanate excellence in everything they do, both inside and out of the practice. Dr. Jennings served in the US Army, providing dental work to his fellow service men and women.
Dr. James Kearney of Austin Bluffs Dental, also in Colorado Springs, runs annual drives at his practice to give back to his local community. He and his talented team are currently collecting donations for people with Alzheimer’s.
Dr. Clarke Stevens of Braces Omaha in Omaha, Nebraska, has been on several dental and healthcare related mission trips, one of his most noteworthy being a leadership seminar in Togo, West Africa in 2015.
Dr. Brett Kessler and his team at Town Center Dentistry and Orthodontics in Denver, Colorado, complete free dental work, including full mouth reconstruction, for addicts in recovery each year.
Without a comprehensive and automated marketing strategy and business plan, these dentists may not have the opportunity to let their philanthropic passions thrive.
How are you building your business so that your potential can span well beyond the dental chair? Speak with a dental marketing expert today.