2018 townie mtg presentation – buying a dental practice-there more to it than price-part II- Buyins\Buyouts\Mergers & Special Situations – Part VII

Next up we’ll dive into practice mergers. This is a very exciting topic for me because the practice merger is probably one of the BEST investments an existing practice can make with likely the BEST ROI of all practice growth strategies. That’s my opinion anyway. Now, a “merger” is usually seen in three different forms: … Continued →

2018 townie mtg presentation – Buying A Dental Practice-There’s More To It Than Price-Part VI- Buyins\Buyouts\Mergers & Special Situations

In the last blog we talked about the purchase of a “large” practice with multiple doctors and the related issues with those transactions. In this blog we’ll address the “buyin” transaction where the seller isn’t ready to sell 100%, rather they want a buyer who will partner with them by acquiring up to 50% of … Continued →

Buying a Dental Practice: There’s More to it Than Price-Part II- Buyins\Buyouts\Mergers & Special Situations

  I had the honor of being invited to lecture at the 2018 townie mtg in mid-April in Orlando FL. This was the 4th time they’ve asked me to lecture, and I decided to dive a little deeper into unique situations as it relates to buying a dental practice. My 2014 lecture was an overview … Continued →

Selecting the Right Transition Team

As you prepare to sell your dental practice, it’s important to have a qualified, dedicated transition team at your side. Simply choosing general advisors regardless of their specialty may seem harmless. For some dentists, choosing a general transition team has worked out fine. For most, though, a transition team comprised of dental experts yields the … Continued →

Where to Open Your New Dental Practice: Location Matters

If you’ve decided to open a new dental practice or expand your current office, choosing the location is probably one of the most important decisions you’ll make. Some factors that go into this decision are straightforward, like avoiding too much competition, but other aspects of choosing a location require more research than you might expect. … Continued →