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Start Your Dental Practice

In every episode, we aim to demystify the “how to start a dental practice” problem by bringing on world-class influencers and consults in the dental industry to pick their brain about how to get past the barriers involved from no practice, to practice owner, to successful practice.
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Jun 1, 2017

There are many things that go into building a successful dental practice.

Good marketing helps get patients in the door.

A high-quality team makes sure things run smoothly.

And delivering great service ensures your patients leave happy.

But there’s a huge factor, that many small businesses owners, especially dental practices, often neglect, that can have a huge impact on your bottom line.

What’s that? Your office design.

Look, the second your patients step into your office, you want to make sure you’re leaving a good impression.

Which is why I’m excited to have Cheryl Janis founder of Cheryl Janis Designs on the show. Cheryl specializes in building high nurturing environments for purpose-driven physicians and healthcare businesses helping them get the most out of their office space.

While we talk a lot about increasing revenues, marketing, and SEO, here on SYDP, I really think Cheryl will make you rethink the importance of design and your office environment. 

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Here are a few things you'll discover in today's episode:

  • The biggest mistakes most practice owners make when designing their office, and how to fix them.
  • How to humanize your dental practice and make people love the
  • Why good office design can have a direct impact on your practice revenues.
  • The color that inspires “trust” and how you can implement it in your office today.
  • How just a few additions to your office can transform your patient experience.

And much more.

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Free Episode Bonus:

A special thanks for Cheryl coming on the show. Office design is something that isn’t talked about much in the dental industry, but as Cheryl shares, it can really make a difference.

Not knowing much about office design myself, I really enjoyed Cheryl’s perspective and hope you came away with a few takeaways as well.

As a bonus for today, Cheryl has generously offered her free report on how to choose the right paint colors for your office.

If you’ve been meaning to make some office modifications, I highly recommend you give it a look.

Click here to access bonus by just following the instructions.


Quotes: 

“Building relationships is key in building a profitable practice.” -  Cheryl Janis

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