Determining Needs and Goals: What Happens When You Don’t Love Dentistry Anymore?

Has dentistry started to lose its appeal? Many dentists report loving their job, but for others – well, maybe you’re burned out, maybe dentistry was never really your dream job to begin with, or maybe you’re just ready for a change … but you don’t know what the next step is. How do you figure … Continued →

Life After Dentistry: What’s on Your Agenda? How Volunteering Can Fulfill the Desire to Continue Practicing Dentistry

When you finish the exit planning process from your dental practice and the dust has settled from the sale, your retirement officially begins. Congratulations! Or is it? Full retirement isn’t for every dentist. You’re leaving a profession notorious for employing high-achievers and individuals who thrive on problem-solving and interacting with patients daily. Some dentists find … Continued →

Life After Dentistry: Lessons Learned from the Archives (Part 2)

Are you considering retirement in the next few years? Or maybe you don’t have immediate plans to transition out of your dental practice, but the thought of leaving your career is overwhelming. If you’re unsure where to start, a good idea is asking the dentists who have been there. We’re continuing a series where we … Continued →

Life After Dentistry: Lessons Learned from the Archives (Part 1)

Throughout the years, we at N/L Transitions and Dental CPAs have been lucky to work with numerous outstanding dentists as they grew their practices and eventually retired. The transition out of dentistry is a process and has nuances that catch many retiring dentists off guard. We thought it would be timely to reprint some of … Continued →