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LONDON, ON, February 01, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Patients constantly on-the-go can now experience increased accessibility to important dental health care information via the launch of Dr. Brock Rondeau's mobile website for Dr. Rondeau & Associates. While patients are on the go, they can easily access the website for Dr. Rondeau, dentist offer London headache treatment, from their smartphones without the slow loading time of traditional websites.
Mobile websites are designed for the small screen-from iPhones to Androids, mobile websites properly fit and work on these smartphones. In 2013, more people are expected to use their smartphones than their desktop computers, which increases the need for dental health care to go mobile. These popular smartphones and tablets can surf the web, among other functions, from any place at any time. The purpose of a mobile website is to offer the same information as traditional websites, but with the ability to function properly at a smaller size, which Dr. Rondeau, dentist offering London fibromyalgia treatments, successfully accomplishes.
"Millions of people are accessing mobile websites every single day, and the numbers are steadily rising. For this reason, it was important for me to create a mobile website for my patients to easily access my practice, in addition to valuable dental health care information," said Dr. Brock Rondeau, London CPAP dentist.
Scaled down versions, in terms of size and content, mobile websites are generally under 300 pixels wide, compared to traditional websites which can be 800 pixels and much larger. A mobile website's navigation can also be easily accessed using a thumb or finger, as the buttons typically span the width of the phone. Most patients visiting the mobile website will be, in fact, mobile themselves. Generally, patients don't visit a website or surf on their phone without a specific purpose in mind. Often that means finding phone numbers, location, hours of operation, services offered, and even educational information on topics of interest, including snoring in London.
Dr. Brock Rondeau, London jaw pain dentist, continues to take strides toward remaining on the cutting edge of technology with the creation of Dr. Rondeau & Associates' mobile website. Patients can now easily access information on the practice, Dr. Rondeau and a host of dental educational information, such as fibromyalgia in London, while they are on the go.
About Dr. Rondeau & Associates: Owned and operated by Dr. Brock Rondeau, Dr. Rondeau limits his practice to the treatment of patients with orthodontic and orthopedic problems including London fibromyalgia, TMJ disorders, snoring and sleep apnea, among others. Dr. Rondeau is recognized as one of the leaders in the orthodontic profession in the area of early treatment and functional appliances. Parents want their children to be treated as soon as problems arise, and Dr. Rondeau offers just that. He believes in early treatment because it minimizes the time that children need to wear braces and is the treatment of choice. The ideal time for treatment is any time after age 4 when problems such as narrow jaws, a thumb sucking habit, mouth breathing or malformed jaws are recognized. It has been Dr. Rondeau's experience that most children and parents prefer to be treated without the extraction of permanent teeth. Dr. Brock Rondeau maintains an impressive list of credentials including being named the American Association of Functional Orthodontics 1988 Man of the Year, the first Canadian to win this prestigious award.
Dr. Brock Rondeau
1295 Highbury Avenue, #C8
London, ON N5Y 5L3
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