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Know Your Business: 10 Important Questions to Answer Before Your Transition

October 4, 2016
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Dental practice transitions can require you to make some of the most important business decisions you will ever implement. The best way to preserve your practice equity, avoid unnecessary stress, prevent financial disaster and have an overall successful transition as your retirement from dentistry approaches is to be […]

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The Associate Dilemma, Part II

December 26, 2013
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Associateships as a Transition Plan

Most associateships never materialize into a practice sale, and often end up involving lawyers to untangle ill-advised and poorly drawn covenants.. Why?
Poor planning.

There is one scenario that we hear about over and over again… When a […]

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The Associate Dilemma, Part I

December 26, 2013
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Not every practice can support an associate. Can yours?


Dentists who are contemplating hiring an associate must answer these questions:

Do you have a one-man dental practice?
Many host doctors have grown their practice to slightly more than a one-person practice but not to […]

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Things to Know Before You Sell Your Dental Practice

December 2, 2013
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In the years leading up to retirement, many doctors slow down and allow their practice to decline. But before you slow down, consider this: A small decline of 5% may cost you 6 figures in the practice sale. Can you afford such a decrease? If yes, good for […]

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Retaining Patients After the Purchase

November 20, 2013
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Retaining Patients is the most critical concern a buyer tackles after buying a Practice. Successful patient retention requires a business plan to be implemented immediately after closing, the duration of which lasts from the initial introduction of the buyer and staff until the selling doctor no longer practices […]

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Excellent Dentist, Poor Businessman

November 4, 2013
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Why do so many excellent dentists make poor business decisions? Because dentists seek perfection. By nature, they are technical, disciplined and thorough in their work. But while the art and science of dentistry allows for flawless results, business is a decidedly less exact trade in which perfection is […]

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