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“People by people”. The lack of confidence is expensive
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Americans remind us that “people buy people”, which means that we prefer to do business and establish relationships with people we know and trust. The same is true in the specific case where an individual has to entrust his or her health to a dentist.
We want to talk about the values that make a dental office the best friend of smile and health, bringing psychological and physical well-being and a better standard of living. The esteem for the professional, who installs security about the care and serenity about his constant presence, ensures the consolidation of a relationship of trust that goes far beyond the service.
The honesty of the estimate, indissolubly linked to the loyalty to the patient who is engaging their assets to solve health problems (because health also and especially passes through the mouth), creates the relationship of trust. This theme develops in antithesis to what emerges from the Rai report, which shows that one of the characteristics that makes the low-cost clinic less reliable than the private dentistry sector is precisely the lack of trust, the opacity of the fleeting relationship between doctor and patient.
In fact, it was pointed out that the doctors of the clinics were often performers of an unspecified number of interventions on different people, without having clear the clinical cases and the various developments of the cases themselves, often abandoning the cycle of operations in progress, passively executing the schedule proposed by the estimate (poor diagnostics and often inflated with unnecessary or non-impellent interventions). Precisely for the reasons just mentioned, the large low-cost chains are often seen as the “tooth supermarkets”, where the best offer, the most advantageous price, the promotion of the month flows in superimposition…
But individuality? Customization? Feeling patient and not customer?
Do chains work on trust or sale?
It must be said that the category of dentists has not enjoyed for years a good reputation because of the large sums required of their patients and the poor communication to justify the fees; this has opened the door to the chains that play on price and aesthetic appeal. Today, those who work and continue to grow are detached from these stereotypes and clichés, have embraced the path of transparency and listening, finalizing the business in respect of primary needs. This involves great sacrifices, great commitment and great perseverance. There are four focal points to follow to activate the positive vicious circle of trust that triggers emotional and economic feedback:
integrity, i.e. consistency and honesty regarding the work;
– the intent, i.e. the purpose, the motivation that does not develop without the basic care of others because there is no intent that works “alone”, is right to exist only if related to those who need and the consequent approval of those who request the service;
– the essential link between capacity and credibility, skills distinguish and must be updated, cultivated and communicated for complete and effective services;
– the result, to ensure results that meet the needs.
Trusting your Doctor means entrusting him with your health, credibility should be the most important negotiating tool in the possession of the dentist. On the contrary, inaccuracy and omitted truths that give rise to false impressions and lead to underestimate or overestimate certain services by virtue of the acceptance of the final estimate (see low-cost chains) are not premature and do not create stable and lasting relationships (or even good word-of-mouth).
Data in hand: when confidence rhymes with revenue.
The relationship of trust is an emotional commitment between two people based on mutual respect, ethics, a positive feeling. The results of a negotiation based on trust promise greater revenues in the future. Feedback quantifiable with overwhelming numbers regarding both the number of patients who return and the propagation of the image of the study, becoming a sounding board, living marketing (it is a process in which the individual becomes a source of communication and promotion of the services and professionals who made them, but above all of the values. In this case it is natural and unconscious, the smile is the strong point of this “open-heart”, spontaneous marketing).
The Dentist is a very important and delicate profession, he is the one who supervises the ability to feed us properly, smile without shame, curator of our psychological and physical well-being.
And it is precisely trust that determines the choice of dentist.
Convert trust into income. How to ride the wave of trust to make yourself known?
The true value of reputation?
It is measured in confidence and credibility that influence the propensity of patients to go back to where they “were well”, where they were cared for and followed, where a good or a service they could appreciate the quality.
Reputation, credibility and confidence are verifiable and quantifiable, the results lead to feedback and propagation of the “name”. To ride the wave, if it is positive, you can assist with a good social marketing strategy by creating consensus thanks to its presentation on the Net, the Digital Engagement (hiring of possible patients through social platforms for example).
For this reason, it is essential to distance oneself from the background noise by setting up a communicative style that is understandable, stimulating, curious, that guarantees the quality that stands out and continues to propagate the values and transparency and above all the closeness to the patient, the one that is so difficult to perceive in the chains where people feel like customers in line for the purchase of a product.
BioService and Matrix, in this sense, can help the Professionals in the admirable management of the professional potential of their dental office.

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