I have been implementing botox in my treatment planning for a few months now with great results. It’s a great way to add some finishing touches to aesthetic work and manage TMD issues; however, it has become a very situational service in my practice and I find myself sitting on a mountain of botox that I never touch. It’s gotten to the point that we get the whole team botox’d up just to go through it so it doesn’t expire after we open up a vial.
I was wondering if any of you had any tips on marketing botox as a regular service in your practice. I want to spread the word that this is something we provide without making it look tacky!
I was thinking of putting a menu outside to inform about different services we offer (I’ve seen it done at other offices), but I’m afraid that some patients may respond negatively to this; on the other hand, patients that hear we do botox are for the most part pleasantly surprised and undergo treatment.
I was also thinking that we should work first on bolstering our social media presence and then start throwing botox parties. We planned one last year that was a flop because it was difficult to get the word out :[.
Thoughts? Advice? Please and thank you!
Totally depends on the situation. I know some people that paid if off in as little as 3 years living very minimally and others that let is accumulate over 10+ years to make larger financial obligations (purchasing practices, homes, etc.). You need to weigh your options and take into account your goals.
Sounds like you’re already starting off with minimal debt and lower tuition; that’s is a HUGE plus! Pay down your interest, pay off your highest interest rate loans first. It’s only money lol
So im in dental school here in Mexico, my English is pretty good since i did middle school and high school across the border in Texas. I would love to do my practice in the UK. I am still undecided if I should do first a masters in Periodontology first in Mexico or try to go as a General Dentist to the UK as soon as I graduate. Any advice from foreign dentist practicing overseas in the UK. Much appreciated
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So I am in dental school and have thought many times about going and starting a practice in a rural area after working for a couple years as an associate. I was curious on to what other dentists think about this because I have heard mixed reviews. I have heard rural dentists can be super successful and have great financial success, but I have also heard the opposite. I have also heard the majority of rural dentist are almost forced to accept insurance as well. I am interested in hearing the opinions and personal experiences to help give me a little more clarity. I am from a small town and would love to give back in that area, but I also don’t want to sink my ship when I have other opportunities. Thanks for the advice and comments in advance!