Lets face the facts. New patients are very likely going to “google” you and your practice before making an appointment. When this search happens you want to be found easily.
One way to optimize your website for search engines, and subsequently improve your position in google search rankings, is to make sure your practice website does not have broken links. These broken links are known as a 404 errors.
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Several times a year dental colleagues call asking about the “new” American Heart Association dental prophylaxis guidelines.
These guidelines have changed several times over the years and I thought it would be fitting to post an article of the most current recommendations (last revision 2008).
To try and simplify things we will focus on three W’s – Who, What, When.
I will also supply a link to the American Dental Association’s full recommendations on this topic later in the article.