What People Are Saying About People & Practice

If you know anything about our marketing mantra, it’s that positive online reviews can help boost your practice’s trust factor and visibility online. Managing your online reputation is as important as ever – perhaps even more post-quarantine as patients research the protocols and safety features that practices are putting in place.

It might come as no surprise that we’re all about the online reviews too.

See below for a few of the things our orthodontic clients have posted about us recently.

“I cannot say enough about the great service provided by People & Practice,” wrote Boris Arbitman from Arbitman Ortho in his five-star review. “As a relatively new practice, just getting established and off the ground, they have played an instrumental role in our success.”

Dr. Arbitman called People & Practice’s SmartReview workflow an “easy and effective” way to gather patient feedback and reviews. 

“They have been amazing,” he wrote. “We are frequently complimented about our campaigns and this has certainly played a key role in building our practice and introducing new patients into the office.”

Read the full review here.

Bruno Orthodontics also gave us a five-star review.

They listed our positive attributes including: Professionalism, Quality, Responsiveness, and Value.

“I researched several orthodontic marketing companies before selecting them,” they wrote. “My initial experience has been very positive… I feel that we have seen some practice growth already as a result of their help….I recommend them. Great company and great people.”

Read the full review here.

Don’t just take our word for it. See for yourself. If you Google People & Practice you read more than 25 positive reviews about us.

If you want to know more about how to supercharge your marketing and increase patient starts for your practice, contact People & Practice today by clicking here to request a free marketing analysis or call 888.866.DOCS, or email hello@pplpractice.com.

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