Writing Dental Websites

/Writing Dental Websites
The writing dental websites category shows articles and blog posts about how to create an effective dental website that will target new patients and build relationships.

Choosing a Domain Name for Your Dental Practice

If you’re in the first steps of creating a new dental website or blog, you’ll need to purchase a domain name. In short, a domain name is the address people will type into their browser to find your website or blog. For instance, the domain for this blog is www.wordsfordentists.com.


Beyond Brochure Website

In the website industry, a site with the standard Home, About, Services, and Contact pages is known as a brochure site. It contains the same information that a trifold brochure holds. Going beyond that, dentists often add pages like Gallery, Meet the Team, Financing, and Forms. However, I want to challenge you to consider your audience and customize a few pages that would appeal specifically to them.


Dental Case Descriptions for Your Before-and-After Smile Gallery

So you have a website and you have a gallery. That's great. Patients can look at the photos and see how dentistry made a big difference. Let's take it to the next level, though. Potential patients that make it all the way to your gallery page are probably pretty smart cookies. Give them some milk to dip themselves in (or something like that).


The Formula for a Solid Dental Website Biography

Before we get to the writing formula for a bio, I want you to know that you can do your website's about page however you like. It may have just you. It may have you and your associates. Maybe you prefer a team photo and no individual bios -- that's okay. Some doctors want each team member highlighted individually, and that's okay, too.


Choosing Pages for Your Dental Website

So you’re not sure what pages you need on your new website. Most dental websites are brochure sites, meaning that they contain information that would go in a traditional tri-fold brochure, answering who, what, where, when, and why.