Website Repair Services for Dentists

Fix Your Website to Increase Search Visibility

The First Sign of a Broken Site Will Be a Drop in Traffic and Calls

As a dentist, you know your website should be bringing in a steady stream of new patients. When you invested in web marketing, you expected to see your practice at the top of Google searches, with new clients calling daily. But instead, you’re watching your online visibility plummet. Your phone isn’t ringing, and it feels like your practice has vanished from search results altogether. It’s frustrating and scary – but there’s hope. Let’s talk about how to fix your site and get you back on track. All it takes is 30 minutes of your time for a complimentary, no-obligation, consultation call. 

What’s Causing Your Traffic Decline?

There could be several reasons for this decline.

Is It Your Content?

Content is what Google thrives on. The content on your website will be scrutinized before being marked as useful and ranked in the search results. Common content problems include low-quality content, duplicate content, content not optimized for specific keywords, and SEO issues such as broken links. If your marketing agency has convinced you of the benefits of publishing one or more new blogs per month, be aware of originality and especially keyword cannibalization. Keyword cannibalization occurs when two or more pages compete for the same keyword, potentially destroying your traffic.

Or Perhaps Technical SEO Issues?

Page speed, included in Google’s Core Web Vitals, is now a confirmed Google ranking factor. Some of the most common reasons for slow loading include low-quality web hosting, broken pages, links, redirects, SSL “your connection is not private” problems, and bad or unnecessary WordPress plugins. Website repair starts with Technical SEO, the most crucial and often overlooked part of your website.

Maybe an Outdated Website?

Older websites can become unappealing to users, slow to load, and difficult to navigate, leading visitors to abandon the site quickly. Both bounce rate and time on site are indicators of user experience and content quality, which indirectly impact SEO. Additionally, many older websites do not function well on mobile devices. Non-responsive sites face a significant disadvantage in search rankings.

Or Could It Be the Google Algorithm?

As of June 27, 2024, Google announced three significant changes to its algorithm. The March 2024 update introduced new rules to enhance search quality by filtering out “unhelpful” content and boosting helpful content, resulting in a 45% decrease of unoriginal content in search results. The most recent June 2024 Spam Update favors content that delivers value to users over content that mainly aims to influence search rankings.

Don’t let an underperforming website hold your practice back. Contact us today for a free, no-obligation consultation with an experienced analyst and get your website back on track.

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Let Us Help You Find and Understand  the Problem

We are a dedicated Arizona-based boutique agency with a passion for performance and a commitment to data-driven solutions. For over 20 years, we have been maximizing websites and delivering measurable results for our clients. Our process starts with an analysis of your domain name, followed by a comprehensive evaluation of your site’s current performance on Google to identify and address any issues.

Available Services Include

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Why Choose Us?


Experience: Over two decades of experience in website repair and optimization.


Data-Driven: We believe in following the data, and not guess, to uncover and solve problems.


Passionate Team: We are a small but dedicated team committed to helping you succeed.

While some problems can be complex, it’s often the small, easy-to-fix issues that cause the most damage. Request a free consultation today, and we’ll identify the most likely causes affecting your website’s performance.

Common WordPress Issues and Problems

Design issues can significantly impact a WordPress site’s ranking in search engine results. Here are some key areas to consider:

Slow Page Load Speed

Users leave if pages load slowly

Poor Mobile Responsiveness

Mobile users can’t navigate the site effectively

Bad User Experience (UX)

Frustrates users, leading to high bounce rates

Accessibility Issues

Excludes users with disabilities, reducing reach

Technical SEO Issues

Lowers search engine visibility, reducing traffic

Large Images and Videos

Unoptimized media files can drastically increase page load time. Compressing images and videos is crucial.

Excessive JavaScript and CSS

Minimize and combine these files to reduce the number of requests and improve loading speed.

Render-Blocking Resources

Ensure critical CSS and JavaScript are loaded first to prevent delays in page rendering.

Slow Server Response Time

Choose a reliable hosting provider with fast servers.


Implement browser and server-side caching to store static content and reduce server load.

Non-Responsive Design

Websites that don’t adapt to different screen sizes and devices will frustrate mobile users, leading to higher bounce rates.

Cluttered Layout

Ensure the mobile version has a clean and easy-to-navigate layout.

Tiny Text and Buttons

Elements that are too small for touchscreens will make it difficult for users to interact with the site.


Confusing Navigation

Make it easy for users to find what they’re looking for with clear menus and intuitive navigation.

Lack of Call-to-Action (CTA)

Guide users towards desired actions with clear and prominent CTAs.

Pop-Ups and Interstitials

Excessive or intrusive pop-ups can annoy users and lead to them leaving the site.


Use legible fonts, appropriate font sizes, and sufficient contrast between text and background.

Broken Links and 404 Errors

Regularly check for and fix broken links to avoid frustrating users.

Insufficient Color Contrast

Ensure adequate contrast between text and background colors for users with visual impairments.

Missing Alt Text for Images

Provide descriptive alt text for images to help screen readers understand their content.

Lack of Keyboard Navigation

Make sure all interactive elements can be accessed and operated using a keyboard.


Missing or Duplicate Meta Tags

Optimize title tags and meta descriptions for each page with relevant keywords.

Broken Internal Links

Fix broken internal links to ensure search engines can crawl your site effectively.

No XML Sitemap

Create an XML sitemap and submit it to search engines to help them discover and index your pages.

Robots.txt Errors

Make sure your robots.txt file isn’t blocking search engines from crawling important pages.


Contact us now to get started on improving your website’s performance.


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– Cathi, Kansas City


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