The Ultimate Arrival
Building Block #2: The Ultimate Arrival
Most patients walk into their dentist’s office to a staff filled with less enthusiasm, than even the worst barista down at your local Starbucks. Which is a shame, because not only is this is a new patient’s first impression of your office — but even for existing patients… how they feel when they first come in, sets the tone for how they’re going to act with you, during their appointment.
Including… how receptive they’re going to be, to accepting new (and sometimes expensive) treatments. Which is exactly why this module fills you in on:
- The PERFECT greeting – that makes your patients feel like welcome private dinner guests at your home, instead of nameless, faceless, “strangers,” walking around from station to station, on command…
- 5 Incredibly simple things your office can do, that makes your patient feel like you’ve been preparing all day… just for them!
- 5 Ways to completely eliminate any “dentist jitters” or discomfort your patients might have, using a simple process you’ll absolutely love… called, “Ultimate Hang Time”…
- And something that REALLY differentiates you from every other dentist in town: 5 Easy, low-cost steps to Ultimate Pampering. This one makes your office feel like a plush Spa and Resort!
You’d never greet someone at the front door of your home… invite them in, and then leave them standing there in the living room, all alone, would you?
No, of course not. And yet… that’s exactly what happens in virtually every dental office around the world, after your patient signs in. Sure, you’re probably “hoping” (there goes that word, again) your magazine rack is an effective babysitter, until your patient gets called into your treatment room.
But do you really think a magazine rack, cluttered with filthy old magazines… boring dental brochures… and a television running dental commercials, is interesting or personable? Don’t your patients deserve something better than this? Even the LAZIEST dentist would agree, if this is your Arrival service…
It’s not going to take much of an effort to entice your patients to leave your practice and work with someone else!