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Dentists New Patients…ZERO cost!

We’re often asked about dentists’ new patient strategies and today Jayme shares a simple, no cost tool you can use in your practice right away.

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We’re often asked about dentists’ new patient strategies and today Jayme shares a simple, no cost tool you can use in your practice right away.

 

Exponentially Grow Dentists New Patients

Jayme’s shared this concept with doctors all over the country over the past decade and knows how important the topic is. You’ll find a real, practical set of tools that you and your team can start using to grow new patient numbers today.

 

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The Resources You’ll Need:

  1. Health History Form
  2. A Patient
  3. 2 gifts in duplicate

 

New patients in your dental office are necessary for long term growth. That’s not a secret. What is a secret is the methods that can work day in and day out with little effort and little attention from you as the owner of the practice.

 

Dentists across the country have been frustrated by new patient tools that

 

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Best,

Jayme

 

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