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Two Types of Dental Patients

When planning for the future of your dental practice, one of the most important considerations is what type of patients you want to serve. According to Paul Homoly, dental patients generally fall into two categories, modest-care patients and complex-care patients. Understanding the distinction between modest-care patients and complex-care patients is important because each type wants […]

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What a Chocolate Chip Cookie Experiment Can Teach You About Dental Marketing

While it may sound strange, the best dental marketing strategies have a lot in common with how bakers search for the ultimate dessert recipe. For example, The Food Network recently undertook the ultimate cookie quest in search of the perfect chocolate chip cookie. As you might imagine, people tend to be pretty opinionated about what […]

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How To Get Patients To Say Yes To Dental Implant Treatment with Dr Paul Homoly

​​​​We’re honored to welcome Dr. Paul Homoly onto the Driven Dental Implant Marketing podcast and interview series! Dr. Paul Homoly is the president of Homoly Communications Institute, an excellent resource for dentists who want to increase case acceptance and elevate their professional and practice-building skills. With over thirty years of experience as a restorative dentist and […]

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How To Start Placing More Dental Implants With Dr. Arun Garg

Welcome to the first Driven Dental Implant Marketing podcast and video interview series! We’re very excited to launch this new series, which focuses on conducting thought-provoking interviews with some of the top influencers in dentistry. Our first guest on the show is Dr. Arun Garg, who specializes in teaching dentists across the world how to place dental […]

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3 Parts of a High-Profit Dental Implant Practice

Adding dental implants to a general practice is one of the easiest ways to increase revenue. Many dentists refer dental implant cases to specialists already. Keeping a small percentage of cases in-house is a simple way to get started. As you grow your capabilities, you can grow your profits. Some dentists can even build a […]

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