OraBrite Personalized Toothbrushes


Phone: (888) 296-6730

Hide Categories
dental marketing


< Back Blog / Orabrite Blog / Dentamedia area survey- Frisco, TX.
Last Posts
This past month OraBrite® has been in tradeshow mode
1 June 2018
The GripEazy Toothbrush Aids from OraBrite
21 February 2018
It's time for a change": OraBrite gives new toothbrushes
4 May 2017
OraBrite is on our way to #Boca16
20 September 2016
OraBrite is heading to Victor New York with AADOM
25 July 2016
Dentamedia area survey- Frisco, TX.



Dentamedia ® is Orabrite's content marketing source, and it reviews the marketing practices of dental offices in the U.S., tracking the leaders in both in-bound and out-bound marketing techniques. The last few years have seen a revolution in the use of new marketing tools by locally owned health care businesses, and our research shows that dental offices lead the way. While the majority of U.S. dental practices remain mired in a static, directory driven approach to local marketing and some offices take halting steps towards the future setting up a web site, dabbling in social media; in our survey we find some offices fully committed to both in-bound and out –bound marketing. We have found dental offices with not one, but two individuals solely dedicated to marketing and community outreach, and the good news is that our research has shown that when an office devotes dedicated resources to these areas, they get results. Dentamedia was created to document these results, so that dental offices can easily discover what works; so that they can find case studies on line, so they can see what is going on in their immediate area, and get a leg up on their competition.


At Dentamedia, we have developed a system to score the marketing effectiveness of dental offices, which we call Social Factors. The social factors include a mix of in-bound and out-bound marketing techniques used by the leading offices. Frisco was rated high on many 'fastest growing' cities in the U.S.; it's a city of over one hundred thousand people, and our research has found 81 dental offices, 67 of which have web sites and logos, which is a high percentage, when you consider the national average is just over 50%. Among this group of highly rated offices, there are those that stand out, and thus rank highly on our scale:


  • Dental Care of Frisco (32)
  • Price Family Orthodontics (31)
  • Ozier Orthodontics (25)
  • Benham Orthodontics (23)
  • Corbridge Orthodontics (22)
  • Sweet Tooth Dental Loft (21)
  • Dula Orthodontics (20)
  • Frisco Dental Care (16)


Eight out of the 81 offices in Frisco show an elevated use of social factors marketing; and another 22 offices are using some of the social factors marketing techniques, so that we can conclude that 30 out of the 81 offices in Frisco are engaged in some form of in-bound and out-bound marketing.


What is it about Frisco, TX that has brought about such a concentration of marketing oriented dental offices? At Dentamedia, we are tracking dental offices across the U.S., and so we have begun to recognize some of these successful techniques used by offices in other areas. Our research has uncovered some other aggressively forward looking areas, such as South Jordan, UT and Sarasota FL., for example: areas where there is new population growth with the growth focused on affluent families. This conclusion is supported by the fact that orthodontic offices lead the way in social factors marketing- orthodontic practice owners have to appeal to parents in their 30s and 40s, and this competitive dollar has a lot of choice, as most orthodontic practices do not accept insurance. Our Frisco survey, which will continue with periodic reviews, will tell us whether other dental specialties also feel compelled to enter the marketing competition. If we look at general dentistry in Frisco, it lags the area trend- we must also consider that general dentists must compete against chain dentistry- large national chains are growing quickly at the moment- Aspen Dental, Kool Smiles, Pacific Dental, and Heartland Dental for example, as well as many regional chains, which have corporate based marketing. In reality, the independent general dentist should be more focused on social factors marketing; we can guess that they lack the financing or the background to implement such a strategy. Such general dentistry offices would be the prime targets for a full service marketing solution implemented from the outside- as it is doubtful they would ever invest in the personnel necessary to implement their own social factors marketing.


Dentamedia research has identified 3 important layers of personnel necessary to implement a successful social factors marketing program: 1) office manager; 2) marketing manager; and 3) community outreach manager. In offices where 2) & 3) are not present the burden of constructing and maintaining the marketing program falls on the owner or office manager, which is not a sustainable solution. Throughout our research, we see many false starts down the path of social factors marketing, and our conclusion is that such half steps are due to inconsistent personnel investment and lack of interest by the owner, who is still not convinced of the effectiveness of such an investment. After all, he/she is a medical professional first, not a marketing person. It is not until the office owner is completely sold on the idea of social factors marketing, and is willing to dedicate the personnel and financial resources to the program, that the dental office can truly start down the road to marketing independence.


Frisco Dental Care- front office and marketing/social media 'guru.'


Each successful marketing oriented office in Frisco has dedicated marketing/ management personnel, and once they turn the corner, and realize the benefits of this approach, the results of the marketing campaign begin to pay for themselves, and ownership investment continues. On top of their dedication to social media, the marketing manager has time organize office events, promotions and charities, which turn out to be the key factors in successful office marketing, as these traditional outbound techniques have proven to be the most important in developing a local custom base.


The result of the investment in marketing personnel in the dental office is increased dedication to the basics of social factors marketing: 1) brand development, 2) social media; 3) participation in local events and charities; 4) more developed locally oriented out bound marketing.


842 Bennie Road, Cortland NY 13045

OraBrite® is a registered trademark of Oraline Inc.

[close (x) ]
Your Shopping Cart Contents
There are no products in your shopping cart.