Transition Pitfalls

You never know when something can happen that will impact your ability to practice dentistry. Each year, many dentists find themselves facing the unexpected which prevents them continuing the professional career. Or, more commonly, retirement quickly creeps up on them. Whether it’s due to accident or illness, one can never anticipate what life may have … Continued →

When Is The Right Time to Talk To the Staff About Your Transition?

Timing is everything. When dealing with delicate situations such as selling your practice, you should approach the conversation with staff carefully. Some dentists experience feelings of guilt by keeping the news of their dental practice sale a secret from their staff. Or they view keeping the secret as a form of betrayal. What is important … Continued →

Selling Is Not Only For Those Facing Retirement

When discussing the topic of dental transition, people often assume that a prerequisite for selling your practice is retirement. This could not be further from the truth, dentists who’ve made the decision to sell their practice don’t have to be approaching retirement. In fact, there is no cookie cutter mold on of how old a … Continued →

Why You Shouldn’t Try To Sell Your Practice on Your Own

Though you’ve worked hard to build and grow your practice into the successful business it is today, handling the selling process on your own can be challenging. While we understand that you’ve put all the hard work into its success and you know all the ins and outs of production and operation, it is in … Continued →

Location, Location, Location…

One of the most important factors that impacts your practice’s value is your location. As baby boomers approach retirement, more Gen Xer’s have the purchasing power. Based on studies, the majority of recent dental school graduates have a desire to practice in urban and suburban areas. According to surveys, practice values continue to remain at … Continued →