Digital Visibility Concepts specializes in digital marketing for dental offices, dental clinics, dentists, dental hygienists, and any type of business involving dentistry. We can help you expand your online reach and generate more leads with customized marketing solutions for your dental office. Our industry specialists will put your clinic on the map while working to help you achieve your business goals.
At DVC, we excel in multiple areas of digital marketing for dental offices. Our customized solutions are designed to help you steal the attention away from your competition and become a leader in the market, by making the smartest possible use of platforms such as Google, Bing, and Facebook. Our visibility solutions put you in front of people who are actively looking for a dentist or dental hygienist. We’ll help you attract the customers you need!
The dental market in the US is worth $137.6 billion dollars. You tell us your goals and objectives and let us know how much of that market you are trying to own. DVC will work non-stop to help you get there!
- 23% of adults in the US are planning to get fillings, bridges, root canals, or crowns within the upcoming year.
- 66% of all dental practices offer some kind of membership discount plan, and members visit the dentist two to three times more often.
- The average American spends about 38.5 days brushing their teeth over the course of their life.
- It is (technically) illegal in Vermont for a married woman to wear false teeth without her husband’s written permission.
- About 34% of Americans don’t visit the dentist on a yearly basis, and about 20% of kids.
- 80% of all dentists practice general dentistry, while 5% are orthodontists.
- For some unknown reason, the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle incorrectly believed that men and women did not have the same number of teeth.
- Dentistry is one of the ten most trusted professions in the United States.
- The hardest substance in the body is tooth enamel.
- Blue is the most popular color for both toothbrushes and toothpaste.
- The odds of having a cavity before adulthood are about 78%.
- Lucy Beaman Hobbs was licensed as a dentist in 1866 – the first woman to become a licensed dentist.
- The second most common disease in the U.S.? Tooth decay!
- The first dentist known to history was an ancient Egyptian man named Hesi-Re, whose tomb describes him as “The greatest of those who deal with teeth, and of physicians.”