Archive for the ‘Partnerships’ Category

The Associate Buyout

Wednesday, December 4th, 2013 by ADS - Practice Transitions Made Perfect (TM)

by Bill Avery, DDS, PhD As happens with most dental practice brokers, I frequently get calls from dentists who are considering bringing in an associate so they can eventually sell their practice to the associate and retire in a few years. For simplicity’s sake, I prefer the “sell and walk away” transition method where the seller… read more »

Hire An Associate? Long Transition? Partnership? Retire? I’m Confused!

Monday, December 2nd, 2013 by ADS - Practice Transitions Made Perfect (TM)

Baby boomers are perhaps the largest segment of full-time practicing dentists in the country today. Many are reaching a point where they need to decide how to transition out of their profession. We will briefly discuss some options during this important phase in your decision-making process. The goal is to arm you with 1,000 questions… read more »

Hire an Associate? Long Transition? Partnership? Retire? I’m Confused!

Tuesday, February 19th, 2013 by Timothy Giroux

Baby boomers are perhaps the largest segment of full-time practicing dentist in the country today. Many are reaching a point where they need to decide how transition out of their profession. We will briefly discuss some options during this important phase in your decision-making process. The goal is to arm you with 1,000 questions you… read more »

Sensible Approaches to Dental Practice Acquisitions

Friday, January 18th, 2013 by Fred Heppner

Dental practice acquisitions and sales require the RIGHT STRATEGY WITH SENSIBLE GUIDELINES to result in a successful transition. It is important to find the ideal practice to purchase, and to know that the practice has a sufficient cash flow to provide a good living and to service debt. It is vital to ensure that the… read more »

Top 10 Questions Dentists Ask When Buying or Selling a Dental Practice

Monday, September 12th, 2011 by Greg Auerbach

1. What’s the value of a dental practice? The value of a properly appraised practice is a function of two factors: Risk and Net Income.  The greater the risk to success in a practice, the lower the interest from buyers.  Higher risk translates to lower practice value.  Valuing a practice involves the review of three… read more »