In this episode, Mike had an insightful conversation with the New Patient Acquisition Specialist, Deneen Dismore, CEO and founder of Dismore Consulting. Dismore Consulting educates dentists how to attract and retain new patients.
Deneen shared about her journey to becoming a specialist in her field & her transition from various levels in her life to how she found dentistry and has stayed afloat in the business.
We talk about how finding out what lights her up and gets her excited sets the tone for her decision. She further explained the importance of having a proper plan for fulfillment and success at your dental practice.
Deneen shared tips that would help you gain more patients and retain them. She added that retaining old and new patients is an important aspect of private practice and shares how maintaining a close doctor-patient relationship leads to having happy patients & keeps up with her clients and gets excited when she sees them succeeding. It’s a major milestone for her and her career.
Finally, my conversation with Deneen spitting gems and advice to the new dentist in the private space on what lies ahead. Startups are scary, especially dealing with getting and retaining patients. To make this process easy for your business, connect with Deneen and get the services of Dismore Consulting.
If you have any questions regarding patient acquisition, contact Deneen Dismore.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: www.deneendismore.com
- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/deneen-dismore-0b1b1014
Visit the Growing A Dental Practice podcast page for more details and links to streaming platforms > patientboost.dental/podcast
This episode is brought to you by PatientBoost – The Business & Marketing Growth Consultancy for Dental Practices.
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