When Is High Overhead a Good Thing in Dental Practice Acquisitions?

In one of our recent posts, I talked about how finding the perfect dental practice is nearly impossible. It’s more important to look for practices with good numbers and even better potential. The problem is finding those practices and sorting out the “good” numbers from the not so good, and assessing the potential future performance … Continued →

Buying the Perfect Practice Is Impossible

Do you know a new dental school graduate – or are you one yourself? There are a lot of mixed emotions: relief, pride, excitement, and nervousness just to name a few. Dental CPAs has been down this road with many young dentists and while we don’t profess to know exactly what you’re going through … … Continued →

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

Now that we’ve covered the meat and potatoes of my 2018 Townie meeting presentation lets go over some negotiating tips that will be useful in any purchase transaction you may find yourself dealing with. Let’s talk about the purchase price. While the price may not be the most important aspect of some transactions, that doesn’t … Continued →

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 →

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

So my 2014 townie presentation covered the buying process of the typical general dentistry practice, however, what if it’s NOT the typical general dentistry practice? What about the practice that someone started 3-5 years ago that never quite blossomed (the recent start-up)? What about the practice that that’s 30+ years old that someone purchased and … Continued →