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Dr. Christopher Phelps
How to create a ‘pre-suasive’ dental practice
How to create a ‘pre-suasive’ dental practice
Creating the right atmosphere can help patients feel more at ease.
Do you know why patients aren't coming in?
Do you know why patients aren't coming in?
Every patient has some roadblock that could be preventing him or her from coming into the office. How do you identify these roadblocks, and what can you do about them?
Can your dental practice survive without new patients?
Can your dental practice survive without new patients?
If you’re not losing patients, why should you work to attract new patients? What’s wrong with the status quo? Many things, says one practitioner.
6 ways to ethically persuade a reluctant patient to follow a treatment plan
6 ways to ethically persuade a reluctant patient to follow a treatment plan
When you understand that there is an ethical way to set the stage for more patients to follow your treatment recommendations, you’ll not only be giving them the best possible service, but also making it a win-win scenario for you both which will build a long, lasting relationship.
10 MORE ways to help your dental practice compete now and in the future
10 MORE ways to help your dental practice compete now and in the future
Dentistry is a competitive field. If you want your practice to thrive so that you can enjoy your career and retire comfortably, it’s not enough to go with the flow. You need to take concrete steps to ensure the success of your dental practice.
10 MORE ways to help your dental practice compete now and in the future
Dentistry is a competitive field. If you want your practice to thrive so that you can enjoy your career and retire comfortably, it’s not enough to go with the flow. You need to take concrete steps to ensure the success of your dental practice.
10 ways to help your dental practice compete now and in the future
10 ways to help your dental practice compete now and in the future
Dentistry is a competitive field. If you want your practice to thrive so that you can enjoy your career and retire comfortably, it’s not enough to go with the flow. You need to take concrete steps to ensure the success of your dental practice.
10 ways to help your dental practice compete now and in the future
Dentistry is a competitive field. If you want your practice to thrive so that you can enjoy your career and retire comfortably, it’s not enough to go with the flow. You need to take concrete steps to ensure the success of your dental practice.
Grow your practice or kill your practice?
Grow your practice or kill your practice?
By using the techniques that I outlined in my book Grow Your Dental Practice with Wine and Cheese, I saw incredible growth in my practice. I sold over 950 plans over a two year period. Between the plans themselves and additional expenditures from plan members during those two years, I earned an additional 1.49 million dollars. My receipts grew by 45 percent a year for two years running. That’s an incredible rate of growth, and I only spent $130 and one hour a month to get it.
Baby boomers: An underserved population ripe for dental outreach
Baby boomers: An underserved population ripe for dental outreach
As I’ve said on many occasions, if you want to survive in today’s tough economy, you need to attract new patients and grow your practice.