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To survive as a dental practice in today’s world, the implementation of dental websites is no longer an option, it is a requirement. Before potential patients decide on your practice for their dental health needs, they will look them up online to see if anybody has had any prior experience with the practice, or if the dental practice offers the services that they need for their dental health.

Each practice is different, which is why their websites will reflect the services and capacity of the practice. However, as varied as the dental websites are, there are a few fundamental features that you should not leave out. Find out what those features are here.

Clean design

The first thing that you need to know about running a dental practice and its attached dental site is the fact that people are naturally wary about visiting a dental practice. Because of this, you have to reassure any website visitors in a number of ways. One way to do this is by implementing a clean and professional design that effectively conveys your practice’s capacity to handle their patients’ needs.

Reviews and testimonials

As mentioned above, people are wary about visiting dental practices, especially if they’re a new practice they’ve never used before. Because of this, you should make sure to include any reviews and testimonials from previous patients on your website to give them an idea of what they can expect from your practice. It also gives them the assurance that you are a practice that values its patients and is willing to give them the service that they need to address their dental health needs.

Services page

Different dental practices offer different services, and some practices offer services that certain dental health concerns need, while others don’t. One of the first things that people do when they are looking for a practice to address their dental health needs is their list of dental services to see if they are a right fit for what they need at the moment. In addition to that, you should also make sure to include a list of accepted payment methods so that they know if their insurance or preferred mode of payment can be used at your practice or not.

Contact page

Finally, you cannot have good dental websites without a contact page. Once a potential patient has made up their mind about choosing you for their dental health needs, you need to give them a channel that can be used to contact you. Without a contact page, you cannot generate leads.