Need a Dental Website for Multiple Dentists?

Need a Dental Website for Multiple Dentists?Dentists know that large group dental practices can lead to financial success.

As the ADA points out, they thrive on efficiencies of scale and significant marketing.

These dental practices can negotiate volume discounts with suppliers and laboratories and possibly reimbursement rates with insurance companies.

Large group practices with multiple dentists at one location can maximize patient care hours at the facility.

Practices with multiple dentists will never run out of ways to list their dentists and their specialties with the New Patient Marketing Machine™ from Internet Dental Alliance, Inc. (IDA).

Dentists can easily manage adding more dentists and their specialties for all of their dental practice locations from a single easy-to-use online Control Panel.

All doctor profiles are stored in the “Doctors” section of the Control Panel. In the “Customize Portals” section, a dental practice can decide which of the doctors they want to display on a web portal associated with a specific dental practice location.

To watch a video and learn more about IDA’s customized website portals, visit the Selected Doctors for Dental Location page at

Get A Dental Website in Minutes With IDA’s Web Portal Design

Get A Dental Website in Minutes With IDA's Dental Web Portal Design

With online technology evolving all the time, it’s hard for dental practices to keep up with changing dental website trends.

For many dentists, the question of whether to have a dental website for each of their dental treatments, or keep just one traditional website, or maintain any of a number of geo-targeted websites is a common quandary.

IDA New Patient Marketing Design Portals are the perfect solution to this problem.  Each dental website design is specifically targeted at a particular dental market – family, cosmetic, implants, braces, etc. — making it easy for dentists to maintain several targeted websites at once.

Each of these portals has its own URL web address, search engine optimization, design, and over 100 pages of targeted and personalized content – everything you’d expect from an ultra-high-end dental website costing many thousands of dollars.

IDA Portals give dentists a variety of turnkey options they can use to customize their Portals to fit their practice, as well as attract new patient leads that maximize profits with just a few clicks of the mouse. For example, a dental practice can further customize their website design choice by changing virtually all the images to anything in the built-in image library or to their own images that they have uploaded to their image file locker.

To watch a video and learn more about IDA’s customized website portals, visit the Dental Web Portal Design page at

7 Dental Website Marketing Mistakes Made by Dentists

7 Dental Website Marketing Mistakes Made by DentistsWith successful dental practices, there is one indisputable truth: their Internet dental website is a focal point for generating new dental patients.

Today, dental websites are not only a dental marketing tool, but also a marketing-driven media platform for the dental practice.

A good dental practice website should educate visitors on the dental treatments you offer while providing ways to capture new dental patient leads. Your dental website should be the central point for all your Internet dental marketing and encourage website visitors to take action.

Your dental website is an extension of your dental practice, so it only makes sense to create a website that feeds your practice new dental patients.

Even so, as a busy dentist, it can be easy to ignore your dental website. You may have plans to create something more powerful and engaging for your visitors, but somehow there never seems to be enough time. Often, you’ll take shortcuts that leave visitors questioning what your dental practice is really all about.

Here are 7 common dental website mistakes —

1. Your home page doesn’t have a clear message.
Your dental website home page should say who you are, what you do, and ask the visitor to do something like call your office or sign up for a newsletter.

2. Hidden contact information.
If you want your visitors to call your office for a dental appointment make your phone number one of the first things they see when they land on your website.

3. No way to track website leads.
Your dental website doesn’t have the ability to track leads. Knowing when visitors come to your website and what treatment pages they viewed tell you what prospective dental patients are looking for in a local dentist. Understanding where your visitors are coming from helps you with your Internet dental marketing. Are visitors coming from Google? What keywords are they using to find you? What percentages are mobile users? All of this information can help you target your dental practice website for more new dental patients.

4. Not offering a value to your website visitors.
Tell them about the services you provide. Show them why your dental practice is better than the competition. Let them see what the inside of your dental practice looks like, what they can expect, and how you will help them solve their oral health issues. Showcase testimonials of dental patients who love having you as their dentist.

5. Not having a newsletter sign-up form and a blog.
Newsletters and blogs are two of the most effective ways to interact with your dental patients and provide them with reasons for scheduling their next dental treatment.

6. No links to your social media presence.
Allowing your dental patients to connect with you through Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, and Pinterest allows them to feel like they know your practice and your “trust factor” improves. It also connects with your younger demographic who enjoying living on social media.

7. Your website is not configured for mobile users.
Your dental practice website should be viewable to anyone with a mobile smart phone, iPad or other tablets from any location. Mobile search is the new Yellow Pages and your site should be designed with these visitors in mind.

There are other mistakes that dentists can make when putting up a dental practice website. The type of colors, fonts and website styling can cause issues that will kill your marketing message too.

If you find putting together your own dental website is a daunting task, then check out the Internet Dental Alliance New Patient Marketing Machine™ that features online dental marketing websites that are easy to set up to target to your desired dental market.

No more needless worry about whether your website is configured correctly or targeting new dental patients in the right way. The IDA websites take care of all of it for you. Click here to check out IDA’s New Patient Marketing Machine™.

What mistakes do you regret making with your dental practice website? Tell us in the comments!


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