Dentists: Your poor, poor inbox …

It's no secret that the email inboxes of dentists can overflow with items, both useful and not-so-useful. What do you choose to actually read? We need your input!

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Does your email inbox look like a war zone every day? I get e-newsletters from companies I never remember doing business with. You stay at a hotel one time and now they want to be lifelong pen pals.

Look, I’d like to help you cut through the junk. I appreciate that you have been subscribing to DE’s Expert Tips & Tricks, and I want it to be an e-newsletter you are excited to read every two weeks.

Expert Tips & Tricks was the first e-newsletter launched by Dental Economics. Now we have a whole fleet that includes DE’s Breakthrough Clinical, The Product Navigator, Perio-Implant Advisory, and the Dental Academy of Continuing Education (DACE). Each brings exclusively digital content to your inbox that has been carefully curated by a dentist. Drs. Joshua Austin, Pamela Maragliano-Muñiz, Stacey Simmons, Scott Froum, and Ian Shuman have their fingerprints all over them.

It’s time for DE's Expert Tips & Tricks to be relaunched. I invite you to complete this survey so we can learn about what you’d like to see. And feel free to email me at csalierno@pennwell.com if you have even more opinions to share.

Cheers,

Chris

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