Mary Kay Miller, from Orthopreneur Internet Marketing, shares tips for online reputation management in today’s orthodontic marketplace
How the use of mobile technology is helping to change patient behavior and make the orthodontic office more efficient
The study, published in the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, reveals a significant percentage of children experiencing bullying as a result of dental and/or facial appearance.
How your practice-management software can better help your practice identify and reach out to patients.
How three charitable organizations are helping orthodontists rebuild smiles and self-esteem
In addition to a record number of adults seeking treatment, the survey of AAO members found increases in the number of patients ages 17 and under and the number of men seeking treatment, giving the profession some good news.
The best-selling “Visual Guide to Case Presentations” includes 49 new photos and illustrations, and is now available in a laminated, horizontal format.
The redesigned software enables practice owners to invest in only the systems they specifically need rather than purchase every function.
While there is no top-secret trick for securing new patients, there are simple tips and philosophies that can help increase how patients discover you and your practice, particularly local teens and adults.
The American Dental Association is offering The ADA Practical Guide to Dental Letters: Write, Blog and Email Your Way to Success, a compilation of sample writings.