Dental Office Signs

Are Your Calling Card To The World

The truth is your outdoor signage is brilliant passive marketing, but it’s also something that’s simple and steadfast. GPM can help you create dental office signs that get you noticed. Your sign stands for who you are, so make sure it’s sending the right message. One look at Google drive-by can tell us if you need:

Digital Signage

Lights and motion keep your digital sign visible day or night.

Monument Signage

Every office needs a sturdy, impressive sign to attract drive by traffic.

Awning Signage

In a shopping complex? Stand out from other retailers with awning signage.

Door Signage

Add your brand, hours, and specialties and suddenly your door becomes more.

Window Graphics

Big, bold, beautiful windows are longing for graphics to sell your services.

Backlit Signage

Bring your brand indoors with a backlit sign behind your reception desk.

Your Least Expensive,
Amazingly Effective Marketing

85% of your patients most likely live within a 5-mile radius from your office. Do they even know you’re there? Turn your location into your most profitable new patient referral source with dental practice signs from GPM.

Dental patient marketing isn’t as confusing as you might think. Dentists and specialists clearly know they need good marketing to get new patients. They simply need help choosing the right dental marketing company for their growth goals and just don’t know where to start. Feeling the burn? Nearly every doctor... Read More...

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It’s not just about driving new patients to your door. A comprehensive marketing plan also explores branding, referrals, patient education, retention, and reactivation strategies to ensure you are getting the most out of every new patient opportunity. Explore how we can help.

Internal Marketing
Services > Internal Marketing

You don’t need to be a start-up dental practice to need a new brand. Every practice can benefit from a brand refresh to bring attention to their practice or update their message. Does this sound familiar?

Internal Marketing > Branding

White coat syndrome is a proven problem. Patients start to tune out what you’re saying because their mind is busy processing their diagnosis and “how am I going to pay for this?” It also means they are missing out on important information. Your solution?

Brochures & New Patient Packets
Internal Marketing > Brochures & New Patient Packets

There’s a call from a new patient. She was just referred by her co-worker, who said she had the BEST DENTAL VISIT EVER at your office. Wow, does that call feel good. A referral from an existing patient means you have created something amazing that your patients want to share.... Read More...

Patient Referrals
Internal Marketing > Patient Referrals

You invest a lot of money to attract new patients to your practice. But no matter how many new patients you get every year, your revenue never seems to grow. What gives? Most doctors only focus on the number of new patients they get scheduled each year. They don’t watch... Read More...

Patient Reactivation
Internal Marketing > Patient Reactivation

Your skill and artistry turned a broken, discolored smile into a smiling, confident person. Clinical shots of your work, however, lose impact to anyone who’s not a dentist. Prospective patients need to see more than just retracted lips and teeth to understand what a new smile will mean. Custom dental... Read More...

Patient Photography
Internal Marketing > Patient Photography

Has your practice put someone on hold only to have them hang up seconds later? Total silence can make callers frustrated and feel ignored, wondering if anyone is going to help them – so they simply hang up. On-hold messages for your dental office are an efficient, affordable way to... Read More...

On-Hold Messages
Internal Marketing > On-Hold Messages

Are you frustrated with the generic sounding, stock articles provided by most newsletters and patient communication systems? You already go out of your way to create a special, personalized bond with every patient who comes to your office. Continue that kind of care and communication outside of the office with... Read More...

Internal Marketing > Newsletters