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[NEW PRACTICE VIDEO TOUR] See construction and dental marketing collide.

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By Jayme Amos.  Get free updates of posts here


Are you ready to see the latest progress of construction in this historic renovation AND learn when to start your
strategic dental marketing?


You now have access to a new practice video tour that shows you the layout, flow and site prep. This is more than halfway done – you don’t want to miss peeking on this project.



Most dentists wonder how they’ll get new patients in their new marketing

The answer is timing of proper marketing.

For a new practice, timing your dental marketing during construction is everything.


What might construction and dental marketing have in common, you ask?


The proper timing of dental marketing with a new office is critical if you want new patients to come through those doors when you open. If you get the timing of your dental marketing right – you’ll have the profits and confidence you deserve in your new practice. 


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1)      See a new practice video tour – the project is more than halfway done in this historic renovation!

2)      Walk through the space as if you’re a new patient!

3)      Discover the timing of dental marketing the construction collision

4)      Learn what happens in Stage 9 (Learn the Other Stages Here)

5)      Understand the floorplan flow concept in this practice

6)      Experience the INSIDE and OUTSIDE of the partially complete new office! 


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Where do you even start looking? How different is dental practice real estate from commercial? What should you be looking for? 

And don’t forget about the great leasing vs. owning debate. Some dentists argue owning your practice’s real estate is best, and some argue leasing is best. 

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