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Lansing Dentist Goes Online to Share Dental Information

Leading Lansing, MI dentist eagerly engages with patients using Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and blog posts.

LANSING, Mich., Aug. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- In a world where 56% of Americans have a social media profile (Edison Research) and 74 percent of adults online use social media (Pew Internet Project), it's no wonder that dental professionals like Lansing, MI dentist Dr. Holly Scott-Hetchler are using the Internet more than ever to reach and teach patients about oral health and their options for treatment.

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Dr. Scott-Hetchler has expanded her online presence to popular social media sites like:

She has joined these sites because that's where patients are spending the majority of their time online. She also posts blogs on a variety of subjects that are of interest to her patients -- especially the ones who are experiencing a semi-urgent dental problem.

Patients can access Dr. Scott-Hetchler's social media pages and blog by visiting her website. When they follow her accounts, patients get a closer look at the practice, office happenings, exclusive promotions, new treatments and more. The Lansing, MI dentist practice also provides a steady stream of helpful and educational information related to dental health. Past blog topics have included dental implants, veneers and celebrity feature stories. Visitors can also interact with other patients, ask questions related to dental health and review the practice.

Dr. Scott-Hetchler brings years of experience and knowledge to her practice. She has special certifications in cosmetic dentistry, TMJ disorders and pediatric dentistry. The Lansing dentist also offers teeth whitening, Invisalign, dentures and bruxism appliances. Her goal is to provide a wide range of gentle and effective dental treatments that will improve the oral health of patients young and older. She also wants to ensure that patients stay in touch.

"Previously, when patients left our office after a visit or check-up, there was a gap in communication between appointments. Now that our practice has established a presence on social media, we can engage with patients outside of regular office hours to continually deliver oral health education, office news, special promotions and more. We encourage new and existing patients to begin following us on their preferred social site to stay connected," she says.

Lansing, MI dentist Dr. Scott-Hetchler encourages her patients to follow her on Facebook, Twitter and Google+. Appointments can be requested online at visit www.hollydds.com or by calling 517-487-6333.


About Dr. Holly Scott-Hetchler, DDS
Dr. Holly Scott-Hetchler has been practicing dentistry since 2002, providing cosmetic and family dental health care. She earned her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Detroit Mercy, School of Dentistry. She provides patients with quality general, family and cosmetic dental care. She is a member of the American Dental Association, Michigan Dental Association, and Central District Dental Society. The Lansing, MI dentist currently holds a seat on the Central District Dental Society Standard of Care Board on Peer Review and is committed to continuing her education in the field.

Media Contact:
Dr. Holly Scott-Hetchler
919 Chester Rd.
Lansing, MI 48912
(517) 487-6333
[email protected]
http://www.hollydds.com

Media Contact: Dr. Holly Scott-Hetchler, Holly Scott-Hetchler, DDS, (517) 487-6333, [email protected]

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