Most Important Pages of Your Dental Website

Dental WebsitesYour dental website is more important than ever. Chances are that your potential patients are checking your website before calling your office and making an appointment. Because of this, it’s important that you know which pages of your website are the most vital and that your website is kept up-to-date, well-written, and user-friendly.

5 Most Important Dental Website Pages

Below are the most important pages of your dental website:

  1. Homepage – Your homepage is the first page your prospective patients will see. Make sure your mission statement is clear and concise.
  2. Dentist’s bio page – Bio pages for dentists and staff allow patients to get to know you and form a bond before even entering your dental office.
  3. Contact page – Obviously it’s important for your patients to know how to contact you! Include your phone number, email address, and location of your dental practice.
  4. About us page – This page allows you to tell the story of your dental practice and what sets you apart (and makes you better) than the other practices in your area.
  5. Services page – Lastly, your services page will allow your patients to learn more about what types of procedures and services you offer at your dental practice.

When retooling or creating your dental website, work especially hard on the above pages. It’s also a good idea to make sure that your dental website has simple formatting, clear images, and specific calls-to-action.

Because your dental website is so important, it’s best to have a professional help you to create it. Professionals can improve the look and functionality of the site, but can also help you write relevant content that will drive more traffic to your site.

If you have concerns about your dental website and would like some advice on how to bring in more patients, please contact CTC Associates today.

Posted on Jun 3, 2019

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