The Dental Magic Words!

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Are there “magic words” in dentistry – simple phrases that will significantly improve our practices? YES! In today’s episode of The Dental Practice Fixers dental podcast for dentists, Dr. Richard Madow reveals two simple phrases that will greatly improve our customer service and help us appoint more new patients by using the “dental magic words.”

Then on our mystery shopper calls, we ask a simple question with results ranging from ridiculous to exceptional. Check it out now!!

Another podcast that you may like: Two Questions To Ask EVERY Patient!

Are you making excuses about starting the process of improving your practice? After you listening to this podcast, hopefully you will realize that you can improve your dental practice by making small changes. But where do you start? Get the help you need by scheduling a chat with me.

–  There is no issue that I haven’t heard or probably even experienced myself!
–  I’ll help you get clarity on solutions right from the first call. No sales pitches.
–  We’ll talk about more in-depth help, but whether we go further or not, I guarantee you will get actionable value from our call.
–  We deal with all types of dentists, from those struggling to make ends meet to multi-million dollar practices and everything in between. No judgement!


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