A/R related Strategies When Buying a Practice

Most dental practice buyers have the notion that the A/R (patient accounts receivables) aspect of buying a dental practice is fairly straightforward. You either buy the A/R or you don’t. However, I will cover three nuances concerning the A/R if you choose NOT to buy them. First, let’s briefly summarize the main two points of … Continued →

When should we freeze the practice price

Sometimes you, the associate, are offered an opportunity to buy into the practice in which you have been associating. You may be offered a fifty percent interest in a two-doctor partnership or a thirty-three percent interest in a three-way doctor partnership, etc. We all know that the price the associate is paying today will likely … Continued →

Maintaining Cash Flow Before Your Dental Practice Sale

Before you sell your dental practice, potential buyers look for many things: patient flow, location, and practice performance, to name a few. Perhaps one of the most crucial elements of dental practice value is positive cash flow, which you should be working to maintain as you approach the exit from your practice.   You should … Continued →

Does Your Dental Practice Need a Check-Up?

As dentists, you encourage your patients to come in every six months for a check-up. You know that proper hygiene and routine dental care can often prevent many long-term and more serious dental issues. When is the last time your dental practice got a check-up? Especially if you’re looking to transition out of your practice, … Continued →

When Is the Best Time to Hire a New Dentist?

Have you been busier than usual at your dental office – overwhelmed, even? You might be considering adding a new dentist to spread out the work more, or to grow your practice. But how do you know if it’s the best decision, and more importantly, the right time? As an experienced dentist and business owner, … Continued →