Our tri-fold brochure design content includes:
- Welcoming information
- List of services
- Practice photography (half day included*)
- Library image
- Opening times
- Contact details
It should be regarded as an extension of yourself and how you portray and conduct your business. Ideally your website and brochure should be produced by the same company as they need to be closely related aesthetically to reinforce your branding. Anything less than this will not give the desired impression. click here to read more »
If you are completely refurbishing or starting a new practice, you will no doubt be spending tens of thousands of pounds on kitting out your practice with the latest equipment. If a patient is contemplating spending thousands of pounds on their new smile then a quality brochure which may have cost you a few pounds per unit, convincing them that you are the right dentist and they are going to a hygienic, modern practice offering the latest treatments and equipment, is very little in comparison.
Remember, your time is best spent treating your patients and the best way to gain new patients, or more importantly the right patients who want your treatment skills, is to send them your brochure. This will do about 50% of the work by selling you and your practice leaving you to do the rest once they have enquired further. The beauty of a brochure, as opposed to a website, is that it is something tangible that people will keep on their coffee table or sideboard, in view, whilst they are deciding which dental practice to visit. It is also a reminder to visit the website where they will find more extensive information.
Your brochure should include general information about your practice, highlight your professional services, training, qualifications and experience and display the practice in its best light with high quality photography of the practice and main staff (which we can also take care of). There are a variety of different ways in which your brochure can be produced and at design4dentists we have the knowledge and experience to design and produce brochures using the most unusual materials, size formats and printing techniques.
Starting with the smallest, we have listed below guide fees for three of our most popular sizes with a brief description of what can be included. If you would like to find out about other available sizes please do not hesitate to contact us below.
Please Note: Prices vary according to the number of library images, print finishing and design time required. Design fees include one client alteration and include one of our in-house stock library images. For more information about photo images click here.
*Half day photography fees for practices based in London and Home Counties.