But aside from an iPhone there are very few things in life that you keep around after you buy a newer model:
New Golf Clubs
So what about your Dental Website?
What do you do with your old websites after they are replaced or upgraded?
The first question I ask doctors is: "Does it need to be replaced?"
Is your website still working for you?
Or are you working to pay for your website?
How many phone calls did you get from your website last month?
If you're looking for information on evaluating your dental websiteread this or try this.
If your car has been trumped by this years model, if your 3-iron doesn't send your ball as far and accurately as the new-and-improved, or if your hand-piece doesn't work as well as it could, you would upgrade it.