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Name A New Dental Office
Posted by Anonymous on
11/16/2006 at 2:04 AM ET
We are starting a new dental office in Santa Clara, california.
Please suggest names that are
c) reflect the dental profession.
11/16/2006 at 3:54 AM
Dentaliance- Reliance On Oral care experts
HealthDental- Your complete dental care stop
11/16/2006 at 9:49 AM
Painfree Dental Care
11/16/2006 at 3:32 PM
Dental World - The World is Yours.
Mental Dental - Get Crazy with Us.
Dental Dental - So Good we had to say it twice.
11/17/2006 at 1:19 PM
11/17/2006 at 4:35 PM
West Coast Dental
11/22/2006 at 9:34 AM
I like Bright Whites the best also. The others seem too childish to seem like a place I'd want to have someone work on my teeth at. I'd feel like it wasn't professional enough.
11/30/2006 at 10:19 PM
"a) simple, b) catchy, c) reflect the dental profession"
Two more ideas...
Santa Clara Smiles
Santa Clara Dental (people easily remember regional names...)
" Can you please rate our picks? 1 being best to 5 means not so great."
Elite Dental: (2-3 ok if you offer upper end services, but sounds expensive... it that Ok for your market?)
Athena Dental (2-3 ?? sounds nice... but is there a special meaning, DDS's name? or the Greek goddess?, If it is the DDS's name I love it)
Excel Dental (3-4, Sounds professional.. not real catchy)
Precise Dental (3-4, Sounds professional.. not real catchy)
- What I do like about your ideas is that you make it clear what you do. I do like "Dental" in the name"
12/4/2006 at 9:29 AM
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