Patchogue to Setauket: Dental Website Update

I launched my website drterryshapiro.com in 2006.  Since then, I have updated the content to reflect new techniques and materials, added blog posts, new before-and-after photos and reviews.  My website is my public presence on Long Island, from north shore to south shore, from home base in Setauket to Patchogue.  The website lists my credentials and tells about about my office and my staff – it shows my work and how I go about achieving beautiful, healthy smiles for my patients.  The website has valuable information about dentistry for current, as well as prospective, patients.

But I felt that after seven years, the website was outdated.  It needed an upgrade.  I wanted a modern, up-to-date website that would reflect the quality of dentistry that is so important to me.  I did a search – on the Internet, of course!  I also asked people in the web design industry to recommend someone who could create a website that would be elegant, easy to use, and technologically up-to-date.   I was introduced to Andrew Delamarter of inboundstrategiesgroup.  I was incredibly impressed by Andrew and asked him to re-do my website.  Andrew set to work to redesign and implement my updated website, and it has more than met my expectations. The process took just a matter of a few weeks.  Andrew is efficient, knowledgeable, and a pleasure to work with.  He will continue his involvement, and he will recommend updates as needed. A website is not static but is an ongoing process. I can make some changes myself or call upon Andrew for more sophisticated updates.

So check out drterryshapiro.com and tell me what you think!  Andrew Delamarter of inboundstrategiesgroup is an inbound strategies hero.

 

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This week the Huntington Hilton hosted the Greater Long Island Dental Meeting. I spent all day Tuesday at the meeting, talking to dental suppliers about materials we use in my Suffolk County dental office and learning about new dental materials available. Talking to the suppliers is a great learning opportunity for interested dentists. I also attended one of the many courses offered. I take many days of continuing dental education each year so I can keep up with current techniques, materials and technologies.

I am very excited that I will be taking a year-long course on advanced dental restoration next year at the New York University School of Dental Medicine. I will be treating patients at the school’s clinic under supervision of top dental clinicians, and I will be attending lectures on advanced dental restoration and cosmetic dentistry, including implants, veneers, crowns, bridges and dentures. The course meets one day a week for 28 weeks. This will better enable me to offer dental treatment options for the increasing numbers of patients who come to my office with severely broken-down dentitions.