SANDPOINT, Idaho--Hycomb Marketing, a marketing company to the dental profession, has announced the beginning of its 30th year in business.
Established in Bakersfield, Calif., in 1980, Hycomb Marketing specializes in providing marketing services to the dental industry.
Decades ago the dental market was driven by the detection and repair of caries (tooth decay). But the U.S. has seen the occurrence of dental caries diminish and the demand for dental services move towards restorative, cosmetic, orthodontic, and periodontal care.
Advances in the practice of dentistry and in the materials used have been significant in the last few decades. Restorative techniques have flourished with the benefits from advances in biocompatible materials. These include acrylics, polymers, alloys, bonding agents, ceramics, stainless steel, and titanium.
"Dentistry has made great strides in patient care over the last 30 years," said Melinda Spitek, Hycomb President and CEO. "We are thrilled to be part of the growth in dentistry and to have been able to help so many dentists make their practices successful."
The link between good oral hygiene and a person's general health has been front-page news in the last several years. People live longer when they take good care of their teeth.
While many dental practices have state-of-the-art technology in patient care, often they don't communicate these advancements to patients. Hycomb Marketing aims to help dentists communicate with their clients.
"Hycomb is one of the only dental marketing companies in the country that provides dentists with everything from logo and website design to identity brochures and stationery as well as advertising design," Spitek said.
"We have one of the country's largest libraries of articles on dental topics written for patients. The collection is distinguished for its range of topics, clinical research, and professional writing and is a valuable resource for our clients."
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