Welcome to Client Feature Friday! At the end of the week we always dedicate a blog to one of our clients. Sometimes we look at recent community events they took part in or discuss changes at their office. Today, we’re looking at the website redesign we did for Dr. Michael J Young, which you can see at 23smiles.com. We’ll also discuss when a dentist should consider a redesign.
Meet Dr. Young
Dr. Young and his team offer patients in Lafayette, LA and surrounding communities access to a full range of dental treatment options. Whether they require preventive care, emergency attention, or even cosmetic procedures, the team at Michael J. Young DDS are ready to provide a personalized approach to comprehensive dentistry.
When Does a Website Need a Redesign?
Above on the left, you can see the old design for Dr. Young. To the right, is the new design. A website design has a surprisingly short lifespan. Everything moves fast online, and before you know it what was once top-of-the-line has become incredibly dated. While you can make smaller, cosmetic changes to keep up with the times, you may eventually need to create a brand-new website to match new build standards, such as mobile-friendliness. Dr. Young and his team need a brand-new website from the ground up, which is what we recommend any dental professional or business do every three years. You want your website to always look sleek and modern. Otherwise, people may assume your outdated design means you subscribe to an outdated approach to dental care.
We can Help!
Do you have an outdated website? Then give our team a call! Our team of graphic designers, technicians, and copywriters will work with you to ensure we create a brand-new website that reflects your approach to dental health. We know not every practice is the same, and the same should be said of your website. To get started, give us a call or shoot us an email at the address below.
Do you have questions about redesigning or updating your website? Looking for new ways to improve your online marketing strategy? Then contact us today and let us help! Send an email to MDPM Consulting at firstname.lastname@example.org, or give us a call at 972-781-8861!