I find that a lot of Dental websites are not personal. I don’t mean personal to the patient I mean personal about you and your team. Yes essentially patients are booking to come to the practice but they are investing their time and money in you and your team. Having someone’s fingers in your mouth is quite a personal thing.
Your website should enable the potential new patient to feel they know you a little better. Where you studied and what you specialise in, what work you enjoy doing most and who does what in your practice. Let them be able to put faces to names. Make it warming so they feel comfortable. It could be this little change that makes a patient choose you over someone other nearby practice. It may seem obvious to some but you would be surprised how many practice websites that don’t do it. It comes down to phycology. So if you are going to make a change to your website this month or next. Make it a little more personal. Think if you were going to be spending thousands of pounds on dental treatment what practice would you choose the one with the personal touch or the one without?
So that’s my first tip. I will be sending out a few of these over coming weeks so keep your eyes on your inbox as these changes could be the difference between you or your competition getting that new high value patient.
You can also download our guide that’s been produced to help you have a better website.
If you fill out the form on my website I can email you the updated copy.
A website that makes good use of a all of the above points is the wow smile clinic in London Wow Smile they specialise in dental veneers, dental implants and clip on smiles. Their website is a good example of the beauty and design required for a good dental website.