Whether your doors are temporarily closed, or your case load is light, there are steps you can take during this time to prepare yourself, your team, and your practice to adjust to the new normal. It’s important to stay positive and look ahead to the future of your practice. And this helpful checklist from SmileMakers can get you started.
As families are sheltering in place and staying home, we are all finding ourselves online and on social media now more than ever. Whether it be checking Facebook and Instagram to keep in touch with loved ones, or scrolling through newsfeeds for the latest updates, this online engagement provides a unique opportunity for you to stay connected with your patients and show them that you and your practice are still there for them.
It’s a particularly difficult time for us all - in health, in normalcy, and in business. We’re all adjusting to a “new normal” of remote work if we’re lucky or temporarily closed businesses if we’re not. But just because your office is closed and you can’t practice right now doesn’t mean you can’t use this time to enhance your business.
Consistent communication is more important now than ever in strengthening your relationship with your patients. Even while patients are staying home and out of high traffic areas, including your practice, you can still show them that their health is your top priority by staying in touch and staying relevant. The team at SmileMakers has a few suggestions on how to reach out to patients and show them you care.
If you’re looking to grow your practice, enhance your digital footprint, and build lasting relationships with more new patients, here are a few things you should be doing to gain quality reviews on the web.
The team at SmileMakers has compiled some tips and tricks to help you connect with your younger patients and get them to look forward to every return visit. Our goal is to help you turn every first-time visitor into a loyal, lifelong patient!