How Female Dentists Can Better Prepare for Retirement

In our last post, we outlined some of the reasons why planning for retirement is a tougher challenge for female dentists. Women are taking more leadership roles in dentistry without sacrificing their family roles. In many cases, the demands of running a dental practice and managing a family can be hard to balance. Saving for … Continued →

Retirement Challenges Facing Women in Dentistry

Being a woman in dentistry can be challenging sometimes, but it is always fulfilling. In few other professions can females create independent wealth and success while improving the health and well-being of other people. And there are more women in dentistry than ever before. Women are graduating from dental schools in nearly equal numbers as … Continued →

Why You May Need to Sign a Non-Compete When You Sell Your Dental Practice

You already know that selling your dental practice will come with a lot of contracts to sign. Did you know that a non-compete might be among them? Unless your plans involve moving to a different state for retirement, expect the buyer to ask you to sign a restrictive covenant that protects his or her new … Continued →

Dental Practice Exit Strategies: How to Choose the Right Goal

For many dentists, your practice means more than just a paycheck or a job. Your practice represents years of hard work, commitment, and sacrifices. There are decades of memories. That’s why selling your practice is such an emotional decision. When the sale price represents such a big piece of your life, you want to get … Continued →

How to Increase the Value of Your Dental Practice Before a Sale

If you’ve been reading the blog at N/L Transitions, hopefully you know that the time before a dental practice sale is crucial. While some dentist owners may be satisfied with the status quo, eagerly awaiting their next step, you should take this opportunity to gear up your dental practice and increase its value. It might … Continued →