The Critical Importance of Tailored Orthodontic Treatment Options | Learn to Increase Starts

The Critical Importance of Tailored Orthodontic Treatment Options | Learn to Increase Starts
20 lug 2023 · 42 min. 40 sec.

Welcome back to the Hey Docs! Podcast. On this episode, I have a special guest Mathew Wang from InBrace. Today we'll navigate the patient-centered world of orthodontics, exploring the critical...

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Welcome back to the Hey Docs! Podcast.

On this episode, I have a special guest Mathew Wang from InBrace.

Today we'll navigate the patient-centered world of orthodontics, exploring the critical importance of tailored treatment options, the role of enhanced patient experiences in practice growth, and the art of expanding your referral base.

Stay with us for this exciting journey that promises to inspire as we delve into B2B marketing strategies and innovative ideas for growing your orthodontic practice.

Are you ready to start a practice of your own? Need a fresh set of eyes or some advice in your existing practice? Reach out to me- www.practiceresults.com.

If you like what we are doing here on Hey Docs! and want to hear more of this awesome content, be sure to give us a 5-Star Rating on your preferred listening platform and subscribe to our show so you never miss an episode.

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Episode Credits: Hosted by Jill Allen
Produced by Jordann Killion
Audio Engineering by Johnny Mitchell
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