Dental Letter Plan, Series IV

Jan. 1, 1998
Hycomb Communications has released Series IV of Dental Letter Plan, a cost-effective patient-retention and referral program. The Plan is an annual subscription program that helps dentists stay in touch with their patients and build loyalty by sending them mailings four times a year. The internal marketing tool consists of a letter that is written to inform and motivate the patients to some action (e.g., to come in for a cosmetic analysis) and also includes patient referral cards. Dentists can us

Hycomb Communications has released Series IV of Dental Letter Plan, a cost-effective patient-retention and referral program. The Plan is an annual subscription program that helps dentists stay in touch with their patients and build loyalty by sending them mailings four times a year. The internal marketing tool consists of a letter that is written to inform and motivate the patients to some action (e.g., to come in for a cosmetic analysis) and also includes patient referral cards. Dentists can use the letters as is, edit them or write their own if they prefer.

For additional information, call Hycomb Communications at (800) 523-6961.

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