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    • Open Europe responds to the draft Withdrawal Agreement November 16, 2018
      Following the cabinet's approval of the draft Withdrawal Agreement this week, Open Europe's Aarti Shankar, Dominic Walsh and David Shiels examine what the text sets out on the Irish backstop, as well as the possibilities for the future relationship. While the UK has secured key concessions, particularly on the creation of UK-wide customs backstop, problematic […]
    • There was never going to be a perfect Brexit November 16, 2018
      Speaking to BBC News on November 16, Open Europe's Henry Newman argued that Prime Minister Theresa May should have explained the compromises of Brexit more clearly.The post There was never going to be a perfect Brexit appeared first on Open Europe.
    • The possibility of a No Deal Brexit is getting higher November 16, 2018
      Open Europe's Henry Newman discussed the Brexit deal agreed by the UK and the EU and the chances of a No Deal Brexit scenario on the BBC News Beyond 100 Days programme on November 15. The post The possibility of a No Deal Brexit is getting higher appeared first on Open Europe.
    • Esther McVey and five junior ministers resign over Prime Minister’s Brexit deal November 16, 2018
      Work and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey resigned from the Cabinet yesterday over the proposed Brexit deal that UK and EU negotiators have agreed this week. In her resignation letter, McVey said, "The deal [the Prime Minister] put before the Cabinet [on Wednesday] does not honour the result of the referendum...We wouldn’t be taking back control, we would […]
    • Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab resigns over draft Withdrawal Agreement November 15, 2018
      Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab has resigned this morning saying, "I cannot in good conscience support the terms proposed for our deal with the EU." Following yesterday’s cabinet meeting to decide whether to approve the text of the withdrawal treaty, Prime Minister Theresa May announced, “The collective decision of the Cabinet was that the Government should […]
    • RTE: EU and UK negotiators agree on text for Irish backstop November 14, 2018
      UK and EU negotiators have agreed on a legal text for the Irish backstop section of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement, RTE reported yesterday. The text was reportedly agreed on Monday night and then transmitted to Downing Street. Two sources have told RTE that the text is “as stable as can be,” though they qualified that […]
    • It is crucial for a Brexit deal to protect the integrity of the UK November 13, 2018
      Open Europe’s Henry Newman was on the BBC 2’s Politics Live programme on November 13, discussing Brexit negotiations along with Conservative MP Anna Soubry, Labour MP John Mann, and Polly Mackenzie of Demos think tank. The post It is crucial for a Brexit deal to protect the integrity of the UK appeared first on Open […]
    • Theresa May: Brexit negotiations now “in the endgame” November 13, 2018
      Speaking in London yesterday, Prime Minister Theresa May said Brexit negotiations “are now in the endgame,” adding, “We are working extremely hard, through the night, to make progress on the remaining issues in the withdrawal agreement, which are significant." She also said that she "will not compromise on what people voted for in the referendum. This will not […]
    • The Times: EU rejects plans for “independent mechanism” to end customs backstop November 12, 2018
      According to The Times, the EU has rejected UK plans for an "independent mechanism" to decide whether the UK could exit a customs union backstop. The EU has reportedly told the government that only the European Court of Justice (ECJ) could arbitrate the exit mechanism. Former Brexit Secretary David Davis said such a role for […]
    • How far would the UK go to secure an all-UK customs backstop? November 9, 2018
      Following reports the EU is pursuing "level playing field" commitments as part of the Irish backstop, Open Europe's Aarti Shankar considers what the UK government might accept to obtain a UK-wide customs arrangement.The post How far would the UK go to secure an all-UK customs backstop? appeared first on Open Europe.

Dental Marketing Today

Dental marketing today is much different than it was in the past when a dentist merely had to hang a sign outside to indicate that a dentist practiced in this place and that patients who were in need of dental care could go. Marketing for dentist practices today is a lot more specialized as many dentists offer a wide array of services. While they still take care of teeth as they did in the past, they do so in a different environment with advanced technology. The fears that people had in the past concerning the dentist can now be eliminated as many dentists concentrate on making patients feel as comfortable as possible when they are undergoing any type of dental treatment.

It is important for dental marketing to take the fears away from patients as a great deal of them are still thinking in the past when it comes to visiting the dentist and fearing the sound of the drill. Because technology in this field has advanced so much in the past years, it is important for any marketing for dentist practices to focus in a pain free environment.

Most of the dentists know about fears people have and seek a way to calm them. They have innovative tools that can be used and offices that are calming for patients of all ages. This is something that the public needs to be aware of when they visit the dentist. A good dentist will make sure that they not only do good things for their patients, such as invest in technology that will make it pain free for them as well as calming, but that the public knows about this effort that the dentist is making. If the public does not know about the innovations to the practice, they may choose a dentist who does discuss it in their marketing plan.

Everyone who is in any sort of business needs to have a good marketing plan so that they can compete in the market. This is also true for professionals such as dentists. There is a lot more to pain free dental care today than just a shot of Novocain to relieve the pain. There is also twilight sleep that can make it pain free for someone to undergo even a root canal. A dentist has to seize upon any opportunity to let the public know just what they can do for them. This makes them stand out among all of the dentists and gives them a chance to expand their practice as they continue to take on new patients.

A successful dental practice is one that is continuing to grow as well as taking advantage of the innovations and new technology that is offered today in the dental field. Dentists can use companies that are well aware of how to market for dentists in order to spread the word about what they can do for those in the public, especially those in the areas that surround their practice. After all, if people do not know what the dentist can do or anything about their practice, they are more likely to go to a dentist that gives them a glimpse as to the services that they can perform through a savvy marketing plan.

Dentists today need a fresh Marketing for dentist practice plan in order to continue to attract patients and grow their practice. More about Dental Marketing can be found at Creative IQ Consulting.

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