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5 ways dentist offices can create a better customer experience

Long gone are the days of the product or service you offer speaking for itself. With today's sophisticated consumers, the end result is only a tiny part of their satisfaction. They expect the entire process to be pleasant and valuable. This...

source: Susan McCullah
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Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for dentists can be complex and difficult and witch search engine algorithms evolving and getting smarter, SEO in 2017 will be all about high quality content that offers value to users. Here are three advanced SEO tips for dentists in 2017.

source: DentistryIQ

With the New Year here, who hasn't resolved to work smarter in 2017? By making a few small tweaks, you can put in the same amount of work and get better results on your social media accounts. Here are the top three hacks to improve your social media results on Facebook,...

source: By Emma Fitzpatrick

In the past, losing teeth and getting dentures was considered an almost-inevitable part of aging. Those days are over. Intact teeth, healthy gums and pain-free smiles are what older adults should expect as they maintain good oral hygiene and get regular dental care. Some...

source: U.S. News & World Report

If you want the best job in America, you’ll have to endure halitosis, blood, and most definitely drool. Dentist is the No. 1 job for 2017, according to data released by U.S. News and World Report. It scores points for high pay (median salary $152,700), low unemployment...

source: MarketWatch

The No. 1 reason people avoid going to the dentist, whether they have dental insurance or not, is cost. And in the end, the healthcare system and patient pay the price. A person's oral health – the state of his or her gums and teeth – has a major impact on health,...

source: Modern Healthcare

A study in the Annals of Oncology found that having just one serving of cruciferous vegetables per week over a two-year period lowered the risk of breast, colon, and oral cancer by 17 percent; esophageal cancer by 28 percent; and kidney cancer by 32 percent. Each type of...

source: Consumer Reports

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