Planning for a Transition

Thursday, October 27th, 2011 by Greg Auerbach

A recent article from Forbes Magazine/[1] reviewed the ten highest paying jobs.  Not surprisingly, topping the list was surgeons (averaging $225,390 per year).  Of the top ten, seven spots went to medical professionals and two to dentistry, specifically Oral-Maxillofacial Surgeons (#3 at $214,120) and Orthodontists (#5 at $200,290). The article mentioned the specialized nature of the…

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…

Purchasing a Practice: Getting a Great Value at a Reasonable Price Ensures Success

Friday, March 11th, 2011 by Timothy Giroux

Is there a difference between price and value when purchasing a practice? Emphatically, YES! Getting a practice at a great price does NOT ensure success, but getting a great value at a reasonable price does. Even the buyers who hire the best transition specialists in the industry confuse the interaction of these concepts. Let’s define…

Buying a Practice FAQ

Monday, July 19th, 2010 by Greg Auerbach

— Originally published in the July 2010 issue of Dental Town Magazine. At ADS, as transition specialists, we work with all types of transitions, practices and doctors. While we have specific methodologies for practice valuation and proven practices for successfully transitioning a practice from a selling to apurchasing doctor, we understand that for most doctors…

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