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Fort Wayne Dentist Enhances Communication with Social Network

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Dr. Charles Middleton, a dentist in Fort Wayne, invites patients to join Facebook and Twitter for improved interaction.

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FORT WAYNE, IN, July 16, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Facebook and Twitter have quickly become two of the most popular social media sites in the world. It's estimated that there are over a billion people clicking and typing away on these sites on a regular basis. So it's only natural that Fort Wayne, IN dentists, Dr. Charles Middleton and Dr. Mathew Middleton are using these social media sites to enhance communication with their local patients.

In the past, the only way patients could learn about dental health and education was by looking it up in the library, or by going to an appointment to talk to the dentist. Nowadays, dental education is freely available to anyone who wants to know more via the Internet, blogs and social media websites like Facebook and Twitter. Being that social media is now the most popular activity online, it makes sense for dentists like Dr. Middleton to reach out to their patients using these websites.

Social Media Education

A lot of people are using social media sites like Facebook and Twitter to learn new things. Fort Wayne, IN dentist Dr. Middleton uses his accounts to spread dental education on a wide variety of subjects. Most of his patients are surprised to learn that many of their dental concerns are easy to treat and prevent.

Dental anxiety holds a lot of people back from seeking the help that they sorely need for tooth-related problems. With social media education, they can quietly learn more about what's ailing them and be encouraged to go ahead and schedule an appointment to have the problem fixed. Generally the sooner dental problems are addressed, the more straightforward the treatment plan.

"What we like about Facebook and Twitter is that patients can get little bits of information in one convenient place. Those tidbits lead them to our blog or website where they can learn even more," says Dr. Middleton.

For a qualified dentist, Fort Wayne residents can call Dr. Charles Middleton and Dr. Mathew Middleton for everything from general checkups to cosmetic dental services. For more information on Middleton Family Dentistry, patients can visit http://www.middletondentistry.com for instant access to the social network and online appointment requesting.

About Middleton Family Dentistry:
Middleton Family Dentistry is a full-service dental practice, owned and operated by Dr. Charles Middleton. Practicing for 28 years, Dr. Charles Middleton works alongside his son, Dr. Mathew Middleton to provide the very best in dental health for his patients. Middleton Family Dentistry performs cosmetic and restorative dentistry, oral surgery and dental implants for the entire family.

Media Contact:
Dr. Charles Middleton
4302 East State Boulevard
Fort Wayne, IN 46815
260-490-3495
contactus@middletondentistry.com
http://www.middletondentistry.com

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