Happy patients make for a successful dental practice. Here are five actionable tips you can follow to help improve spirits in your office, to earn your dentistry positive reviews, and to make sure your patients come back. And it’s all things you can do for free and as simple as just smiling more often.
Negative reviews are a part of business life. Even a minor mistake can induce a customer to write a bad review about your business. The best approach to responding to such a review is to empathize and sympathize with the reviewer, apologize for their bad experience (whether or not it was your business’ fault), and restate your business’ emphasis on providing high-quality service.
Did you know that you can tell Google which image of your practice, company, or firm to show when someone finds you through search? Learn about how to exploit this new feature, as well as all about other new tools you can use to promote your business and impress new patients or customers. Then let us know what you think in the comments.
Human relationships are trust-based, and this truism carries forward to the relationship between a doctor and his or her patients. How do they know you will achieve the results they’re seeking? Trust. How is that trust established? Reputation. In the online world, the leading method of building a strong, positive reputation is through patient reviews….