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Our goal at Weave is to provide you with the best dental scheduling services possible. We value our client’s feedback and do all that we can to resolve their concerns and improve our services. After a recent survey completed by our current clients we have made some improvements to our services according to their feedback. We are excited about these changes and the impact they will have on our dental scheduling services.
Weave’s new features:
Added by Jake Larsen on June 24, 2011 at 3:06pm — No Comments
There are more ways than ever to contact your patients. Appointment cards, dental recall cards, emails, text messages, phone calls, Facebook reminders are all commonly used methods of communication in the dental industry today. But what is the most effective use of these tools to contact your patients, schedule them for appointments, and get them into the dental chair?
First we need to understand the importance of working with your patient to establish which…Continue
Added by Jake Larsen on June 20, 2011 at 3:47pm — No Comments
Keeping a full schedule is vital to maintaining a successful dental practice. One key to keeping a full schedule is performing effective dental recalls. Having worked in the dental recall industry for almost 3 years we have become very familiar with what it takes to make effective recalls to overdue patients. Here are our top 5 tips for effective dental recalls.
Added by Jake Larsen on June 13, 2011 at 4:00pm — No Comments
There are many different responsibilities in a dental office that make everything run smoothly. There is insurance billing, patient care and service, office management, dental recalls, and office cleaning, just to name a few. All these tasks, and many others, need to be taken care of almost every day and they don’t even really have anything to do with the actual dental work. For a dentist who owns his own practice, keeping up with all of these tasks along with the actual dental work can…Continue
Retaining patients is one of the most important factors in a successful dental practice. Have you ever found yourself with a number of new patients who never return to your practice more than once? If this is the case, or you are often losing your existing clients, you may need to focus more of your efforts on retaining your patients in order to grow your practice. Here are a few…Continue