Look at your stationery, brochures, ads, even appointment cards. What do they say about your practice?
Patients’ first impressions and their on-going relationship with your practice are affected by what they see, as well as what they know about you. Everything that identifies your dental practice needs to provide a clear, consistent and distinctive vision for your patients based on the kind of practice you envision for yourself.
Do you really need a logo?
Every business needs to identify itself, to set itself apart. Dental practices are no exception. The right logo can affect how people perceive your practice, yes, even your skills and ability as a clinician. Like a solid support beam, you can build your professional identity around your logo.
Hycomb has made designing and selecting a logo not only easy, but cost-effective. Choose from a variety of designs that we can customize to fit your practice. If you like, we can even redesign your current logo to reflect your practice today. Once you’ve decided on your logo, you can opt to have it applied to your stationery, newsletter, brochure, ads—any marketing materials you use. The goal is to make your logo work as hard as you do!
New Business Stationery lets you “dress for success.”
Having appropriate business collateral is like dressing your practice — and your professional image —for success. The high quality, advanced care you give your patients should be reflected in your business stationery. Success is in the details. From the design and typeface to the ink colors you choose, all are tangible representations of your intangible quality dentistry.
Hycomb can help you update, improve or polish your business stationery with our Business Stationery Package. You’ll receive 1,000 each of new letterhead, envelopes, and appointment or business cards. It’s a small investment that will get immediate positive response from your patients and your staff. And it will be just what the doctor ordered.
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