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BDA Good Practice members

Congratulations on achieving membership of BDA Good Practice. By becoming members of BDA Good Practice your practice is demonstrating a visible commitment to providing quality dental care to nationally recognised standards.

Good Practice handbook

The member handbook has been designed to provide clear guidance on how BDA Good Practice membership works including annual renewals, member communication and benefits. It also includes how membership can be used to enhance your practice.

 

Marketing your membership

The ‘Marketing Your Membership’ document has been designed to help your practice promote its BDA Good Practice membership to new and existing patients, professionals and other regulatory bodies. Included within the document are a number of templates and information to help you. Including press releases, website information advertisement and editorials.

 

Merchandise 

Promote your membership to your patients with our merchandise. The patient information leaflets and commitment plaque help your patients to understand what you have achieved and how it affects them.

 

Marketing and web design support from Dental Design

  • Free website healthcheck and free marketing consultations
  • Free social media set-up and design
  • First month free for Search Engine Optimisation (SEO); and £100 towards any new Pay Per Click (PPC) campaign
  • 15% discount on design fees inclusive of website design, logo design and literature design, plus free social media set-up.
Visit Dental Design to view your offers.
 

Logos and guidance

As members of BDA Good Practice, we encourage you to advertise your membership by using the ‘BDA Good Practice member’ logo on your headed notepaper, compliment slips, practice newsletters, patient information leaflets, website and advertisements, as an adjunct to your own branding.
 
It is important that references to, or use of the BDA Good Practice logo is not misleading to patients. In particular, BDA Good Practice is not promoted as a guarantee of satisfactory treatment outcomes.
 
Guidelines should be used for each of the formats of member logo available.