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Why Should I Go To YOUR Practice?

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A new patient moves to your area. Why should they choose your practice over the others? And more importantly, can you provide an experience that would make that happen?

That’s the topic on today’s episode of The Dental Practice Fixers podcast for dentists, featuring Mystery Shopper Calls! We’ll also explore a big mistake that’s made when a new patient calls, and explain Fenno’s Paradox!

1 – Sign up for our e-newsletter. It’s filled with up-to-date practice building tips, event announcements, and more! www.madow.com/newsletter

When you sign up for the newsletter, you are automatically enrolled in our drawings for your own personal Dental Practice Fixers coffee mug!!

2 – Meet up with us in our private FACEBOOK group to continue the discussion: https://www.facebook.com/groups/dentalplace123

3 – Schedule time on Dr. Rich’s personal calendar to discuss any practice issues or ways to improve! (This is for practice-owning dentists only!)   www.madow.com/calendar

4 – Save money every single month on autopilot by paying a low, flat, monthly fee for credit card processing! Stop wasting money, and lower your overhead with one call!   www.madow.com/save

5 – Get the absolute most for your dental scrap with Southern Dental Refining. Deal directly with the owner, cut out middlemen and salespeople, and get some real mailbox money!    www.madow.com/gold

6-Read our blogs to learn something new, to be entertained, and to discover practice mangement tips to improve your practice and your life.  madow.com/coaches-corner

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