Continuous growth for MiSmile dental networkon 4th October 2019
MiSmile, the UK provider of Invisalign treatment, has now welcomed 70 members to its expanding network, after securing four new practices during the last month
With practices seeing an average growth of more than 100% in their first year, MiSmile is the only dental network endorsed by Align, the parent company of Invisalign and is dedicated to helping dental practices drive increased case growth.
The latest members to have joined the network are located in prominent regions within the UK where consumer demand for cosmetic and dental treatment is high, including London, Leeds and Essex.
In being part of network, these practices will now benefit from exclusive access to the latest Invisalign clinical developments, innovations, specialist patient journey training, discounts, lead generation, internal marketing, support and advice.
Originally launched by Dr Sandeep Kumar in 2015, after experiencing success in transforming his own Birmingham-based dental practice into the UK’s first Invisalign focused clinic, MiSmile is now the largest Invisalign network nationwide.
Unique lead generation
Sandeep confirmed: ‘I founded MiSmile in 2014 after experiencing my own success with Invisalign growth, where I developed a unique lead generation and nurturing process that attracted a consistent flow of relevant patients who benefitted from Invisalign treatment.
‘In honing this digital patient journey, MiSmile is now a growing network that is dedicated to helping GDPs with their own case growth, whilst connecting them to other like-minded professionals who can share and learn from one another’s success.
‘I am, therefore, delighted to welcome our newest members to MiSmile and look forward to helping them achieve their own personal growth objectives during the rest of 2019 and beyond.’
With a clear goal to grow the MiSmile family to more than 100 practices by April 2020, Dr Sandeep Kumar is a widely respected GDP who helps like-minded professionals overcome business challenges and drive case growth.