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Internet Advertising of Dental Practices

by David A. Hall, DDS

Some dental practices have already discovered the power of Internet advertising. Some have yet to find out.

Here are the advantages of internet advertising of your dental practice:

1. Internet advertising of your dental practice is very cost-effective. For a few hundred dollars a year, you can have an Internet presence and can attract patients based on the unique services your practice offers.

2. The patients who find you on the Internet are generally high-dental-IQ patients who are ready to be treated and ready to pay for it.

3. Internet advertising of your dental practice can be done very tastefully, keeping a very professional image.

4. When you advertise your practice on the Internet, you can have all the space you want to say the things you want to say.

5. The best Internet advertising of your dental practice is simply providing information to your web site visitors. By being helpful to them, you win their confidence and help persuade them to visit your office.

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