Website Makeovers

If your website had a job description, what would it be?

Your website has to work 24/7 attracting
the attention and trust of potential patients.

75% of users judge on the design of a website

Design is in our name for a reason. We believe in good design.

Good design engages the heart.

Dr. Zubowski's plastic surgery website

Plastic Surgeon Website Design

Robert Zubowski, MD serves patients from New York City to Paramus, New Jersey, so it’s important to him to stay up-to-date in technology, design and search optimization. With a plan to update his logo and interior design, he also wanted to modernize his 5 year old website.

A project like this has far reaching value, as reviewing the copy of each page of your website annually for updates is often overlooked. Over the years, websites can sometimes grow to hundreds of pages; it’s important to evaluate your needs, reduce bloat and focus on the pages and procedures that generate leads.

Take a look at his website and let us know what you think. Our WordPress plug-in BRAG book is utilized for his before and after gallery. His staff is able to quickly and easily upload their own before and after photos and input case information using the BRAG book dashboard. The MyFavorites feature delivers leads to his inbox and helps potential patients develop realistic expectations. We also created a personalized before and after gallery app for tablet use in office.

Dr. Zubowski is one of our VIP monthly marketing clients and we take care of any requests he has to help out and recommend many others that we feel will help.

Dr. Gantous's facial plastic surgery website

Website Design for Facial Plastic Surgeon

Andres Gantous, MD took over Dr. Peter Adamson’s practice in 2018 but wanted to wait to do a website “makeover” until he remodeled this year. Another primary goal was to reduce the number of marketing vendors and invest in one firm with whom he could develop a strong, trusted relationship and that would intuitively know his marketing needs. He chose Candace Crowe Design to be his partner.

It is a great fit for us because we thrive on the relationships we have with our clients, especially a client like Dr. Gantous, a lover of art. Dr. Gantous wanted a website like no other plastic surgeon. One that represented the quality of his work without an overt sales look. The design theme is built around respect for artistic talent, beauty, human form and cultures of the world.

Dr. Gantous is one of our VIP monthly marketing clients. He receives concierge-level service whenever he requests our help and we’re also able to recommend others who we feel can lend support.

Website Design for Plastic Surgery Practice with Multiple Plastic Surgeons

Plastic Surgery Associates of Montgomery, a multi-physician practice with an active medical spa, needed a new website. Their site was seven years old and out of date in many ways. We implemented an updated color palette, created a new design template with modern features, and improved their search rank through current best practices.

Their old site had one page per area of the body that listed all the relevant procedures, which was not helping them get found. Expanding those general pages so that each procedure had a page positioned them for SEO success. Their before and after photos were in a lightbox which provided limited SEO value, so BRAG book was installed to maximize the user experience and search optimization.

Their staff is able to quickly and easily upload before and after photos and input case information using the BRAG book dashboard, which automatically creates a new, search optimized web page. The MyFavorites feature delivers leads to their inbox and helps potential patients develop realistic expectations.

Plastic Surgery Associates of Montgomery is one of our VIP monthly marketing clients and we take care of any requests they have to help out and recommend many others that we feel will help.

You make patients look good, every day, it’s time for your website to look as good as you make your patients look.

What good is a website if it’s just like your competitors?

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