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E4D just launched a new resources page filled with educational resources and marketing materials free to use! http://e4d.com/material-bank/Can E4D help us out with the production of some, or at least one short marketing video that we can put on our webpages? Use the new Nevo camera, do a quick quadrant scan on someone, show the 3d model on the computer, the proposal in action, the mill, and a finished posterior crown.Thank you, Jean!!!Anyone else doing TV advertising? I am about to start and here's the first ad I am running. Please critique and share your suggestions / comments....thanks! Alex [attachment=702:becky.jpg]Aha, cheating! :) :)I just discovered this online...if you go into E4D.com and log in. Go under "Resources," and you will be directed to a page with multiple marketing tools: tri-fold brochures, 30 second video, logos, promotional material, etc. Hope this helps everyone! I've posted one of the things I was able to download from them.Does anyone have any suggestions for finding/training a dental assistant to become rockstar CCD jedi-masters? I currently have a great assistant leaving on maternity and recently had to let another great assistant go for other reasons. I'm currently with two new assistants who haven't had the E4D training in Texas until my other assistant returns…I second the chairside chats. If I every have any questions, needs a refresher, or want to see what "new" material I can learn, I always turn to the chairside chats. They are great because you can stop them and work alongside the chats if needed. I am the main assistant doing the E4D and…Starting Monday, May 5th, the following video will air on the Discovery Channel, CNN Airport and Fox Business in select markets. Other bookings to follow. It is imperative if your office is not already listed in the Dentist Finder, that you log into the ECO members section of the e4d.com website and enter your practice…Very cool Alex, just what many have been asking for. Any chance this might be made available to owners to customize for their practice? Excellent to see Planmeca/E4D doing some promotion direct to consumers.Here are my new SHAW TV ads. In Canada, SHAW territory, you can buy these spots for ~$1000,00 month and they run 232 times a week on 32 channels including Speed, NatGEo, DISC, Food, TLC, CNN, FOX, MSNBC,etc. ALso no other dentists can buy a spot after you lock it up. Interstitial http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4QSjC80DsOc…Thanx, embed code? I'm a bit if a piker! CliffI'm a new e4d user and recently submitted to Metlife for DOL onlay on tooth #14. Just got EOB back and alternate benefit was given for amalgam restoration. Needless to say that leaves a significant out of pocket expense for the patient.We write a narrative, send a current x-ray, and an intraoral photo that seems to work.Dr. Cliff Leachman on a local TV segment describes the benefits of single-visit E4D restorations. Cliff, hope you do not mind the share, but this is too cool to let pass by:I would like to hear more about presenting E4D to patients. What are the typical responses when presenting this precious technology to your patients?Kim- I know what you mean! I had Cerec for 4 years and after just one month with E4D I can see the HUGE difference in quality. We need to get the word out there about E4D, it truly is a superior restoration. Tell the other docs in your area-E4D is the way to go!Learning to provide quality dentistry with E4D technology can be very rewarding. Many dentists assume that gaining ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã‚Â¨treatment acceptance with E4D is difficult. As a dentist, what difficulties have you encountered when presenting E4D restorations?There really is no downside about the system. Your work, performed same-day, speaks volumes to the patient. You are automatically the best dentist they have ever had! Yes, I hear this line often. Patients are impressed with the technology that the office has, they appreciate the investment to better the patient experience, and will gladly…I remember 20 years ago trying to battle the insurance/ADA coding description for indirect restorations and trying to get them to properly recognize products like Concept (isosit inlay/onlay). But starting in 2013, they (ADA) have expanded the description of ceramic to include other materials "predominately" ceramic - here's the new description that will be used:…Bump. My understanding is that the changes WILL allow us to code Lava Ultimate D2740 (US) - if so, this is GREAT news!Over the past couple of months, we have been doing a lot of work on our social media campaign, including our Facebook page at http://www.Facebook.com/oakbrooksmiles ; our Twitter page @oakbrooksmiles ; our LinkedIn page (Umar Haque) ;and just recently Pinterest. what all is working/not working for you?Hi Umar, I think one of the best ways to make this work is to devote time to it, either by you or by a team member. Someone needs to feed the "post engine" almost every day. I just posted on your wall, BTW! Alex
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