10 Myths About Dental Practice Accounts Receivable

In the course of my career, I’ve advised many new buyers as they navigated purchasing a dental practice. Typically A/R is not included in the overall purchase price, and rather is a separate value agreed upon by both parties. How much do you know about what you’re agreeing to? Below I’ve highlighted some common myths … Continued →

Utilizing a Shared Office Space Agreement For Your Dental Practice As Part of a Transition Plan

Like most dentists nearing the end of their professional career, you may be trying to cut back on hours. Working fewer days per week or less each day is a great way to avoid burnout and still practice dentistry, but on your terms. Problems can arise when those hours aren’t being used to see patients, … Continued →

Practice Acquisitions: Deciding Between a Partnership or Buyout

Recently a dentist asked me a question about practice acquisitions, as he thought there may be an opportunity to expand. His question, What is important to ask when deciding between a partnership or a buyout, is one that many dentists may find themselves asking as more seasoned dentists look to retire. Here’s the scenario. The … 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 →

How to Conquer Leadership Challenges

It’s always great to hear about young dentists starting their practice, establishing a new partnership, or purchasing an existing practice.  While some dentists are more comfortable with embracing the change and smoothly transition into their new roles, others have difficulties. Sometimes it’s hard being the new kid in town or one of the youngest members … Continued →