The Student Attraction Formula

Dear Doctor,

First off,  I’d like to say,” Welcome and Congratulations!” to the brand new Dental Assisting School owners who have recently joined our network… get ready for and exciting ride!

In this video, I’m going to walk you through the exact process that you can use to attract potential dental assisting students and convert them into paying students of your dental assisting school.

It’s important to remember that when you’re asking consumers to make a larger investment such as program tuition, the process of taking prospects from mildly interested to enthusiastic students almost always requires more than just one marketing message.

This system has helped my school, as well as schools all over the United States fill their practices with paying students consistently time after time.

It has been tested, tweaked, and improved and works in all different markets from small towns(mine has only 11,000 people) to huge metropolitan areas with millions of people.

To check your territory’s availability, please contact us at the email or phone below and someone from our office will contact you within twenty-four hours.

Look forward to hearing from you soon!
All the Best,

Mark Costes, DDS
Founder, Dental Success Institute
Founder, Horizon Schools of Dental Assisting
Author, Pillars of Dental Success

P.S. Because the number of new schools are limited they are sure to sell out. If you are interested, be sure to reserve your territory before it is taken. Feel free to email my assistant Ashlee at or call her at 888-275-9840 with any specific questions.

5 thoughts on “The Student Attraction Formula

  1. Great information on how to attract new students. I learned a lot just by watching the video. Thank you for all the wonderful information that is always professional. 😀

  2. Thank you! I’v gained a wealth of dental knowledge. Keep up the good work and I can’t wait for the Dental Success Summit.

  3. Amazing posts, keep up the great writing. This blog has opened my eyes to many different things.

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