Joshua Austin DDS, MAGD

Differentiate Yourself: Clinical & Marketing Tips to Generate New Patients!

Saturday, April 2   |   9:00 AM - 12:00 PM & 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Six (6) CE Hours  | Category D

 

Course Objectives

  • Explore how patients evaluate and choose their dentist
  • Discover where patients look for information when choosing a new dentist and how your practice can stand out in those places
  • Review several clinical differentiating factors that can help a patient choose your practice
  • Explore how digital technology has changed everything from attracting patients to executing dental treatment
  • Identify and discuss the practice systems that ensure new patients flow to your practice

Course Description

The vast majority of dentist have at least one competing office within one mile. How can we stand out from the crowd? More than ever, we need to find ways to differentiate our practices. From increasing your online presence to responding to bad reviews, learn what you need to do to attract the patients you want to your practice. From a clinical perspective, explore growing trends and the best new products and innovations on the market. Discuss the techniques, tips, tricks, materials, and equipment which can separate your practice from the dentist down the street.

Course Sponsored By:
if you are interested in sponsoring this course, please contact Makenzie Dean

 

Speaker Bio:

  Joshua Austin, DDS maintains a full time restorative dentistry private practice in San Antonio, Texas. He is an editorial director and columnist for Dental Economics focusing on dental products and technology. Dr. Austin lectures around the country to study clubs and dental meetings about these topics along with online reputation management and social media. Dr. Austin is a graduate of the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Dental School and spent five years post graduation as faculty in the Department of Restorative Dentistry. His approach to his "Pearls for your Practice" column is a fresh approach in today's commercial driven dental journalism. When you read a "Pearl," rest assured that you are getting an honest evaluation of a product, which was used by Dr. Austin in clinical practice on a patient.