Do Your Dental Visit Metrics Measure Up?

Play Video

Having trouble watching this video? Click here.

Patient Attraction Episode 1035

According to the ADA, the average male dentist’s practice saw about 79 patients a week in 2015. Female-owned practices saw about 69 patients weekly. How do your numbers compare? If you’re not getting the new dental patients you need to grow your practice, I have a suggestion. I’ll be right back to tell you how you can get more and better new patients.

– Thanks for watching the Patient Attraction Podcast™.

– I’m Colin Receveur.

– I’ve talked with thousands of dentists, and almost every one of them told me the same thing.

– They’re spending too much time and money trying to get new patients, and not enough time making money by seeing patients.

– If this sounds like you, there’s a very likely reason your marketing isn’t paying off well enough:

– You’re doing what everybody else in your market is doing.

– That means all of you are competing in the same way for the same limited pool of dental prospects.

– With competition from corporate dentistry and new dental graduates, your share of that pool is bound to get smaller and smaller.

– Traditional dental marketing is based largely on price, availability, and insurance accepted.

– Advertising that way makes all dentists the same in prospects’ minds – competent.

– And if all dentists are competent, there’s no reason to choose one dentist over another.

– If you’re going to build your practice, you have to take a different approach to attracting new dental patients.

– If you’re tired of spending more on your marketing and not getting enough new patients to show for it, here’s what you should do.

– Go to and schedule a Patient Attraction System Blueprint™ Session. They are free to serious dentists who want to see a patient attraction system that can double their practice. You can get more patients, more profits, and more freedom.

– Join me for our next podcast.

– Until then, keep moving forward.