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Watch: Bringing Together Two Dentists for Mentorship and Growth

Posted by Bree Simmers on 9/29/20 8:54 AM

 

Dr. Gagnon needed another dentist in her practice after her father retired. Dr. Sikora wanted her first associateship out of dental school to include plenty of hands-on mentorship – in a state where she had no connections.

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Topics: transition tales

Practice Profile: Low Overhead, High Growth Potential

Posted by Bree Simmers on 9/25/20 9:30 AM

Be the only dentist in a family-friendly, fast-growing town with good schools! This beautiful Wisconsin area boasts plentiful nearby entertainment and outdoor leisure, including a network of hiking trails and lots of local fishing and hunting.

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Topics: practice profiles

Webinar Replay: Find Career Success with ADA Practice Transitions

Posted by Bree Simmers on 9/24/20 8:45 AM

ADA Practice Transitions goes beyond practice transactions to focus on the whole transition. Rather than being just another listing service, we focus on connecting dentists who share a similar practice approach – which leads to more successful transitions and careers.

This week’s webinar explored exactly how (and why) we do things this way. Watch the replay, with ADAPT President & CEO Bill Robinson and VP of Dental Practice and Relationships, Dr. Suzanne Ebert, to learn:

  • How ADAPT is designed to help you find a match and success long after the contracts are signed
  • 10 ways that ADAPT is different from traditional practice transition options
  • How to showcase your skills or practice to find the right match for you
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Topics: coffee talks

3 Ways ADAPT is Making Practice Transitions Less Expensive

Posted by Bill Robinson, ADAPT President & CEO on 9/22/20 8:45 AM

While doing the research that led to the development of ADA Practice Transitions, we found a common theme: Dentists who had sold their practice frequently shared that they spent too much money with a broker – and felt they did not receive commensurate value.

We developed ADA Practice Transitions to focus on philosophy of care – matching dentists with a similar approach, for a more successful result – but we also wanted to give dentists a more cost-effective option. We designed our service to deliver tremendous value in a manner that was less expensive than the other options, sometimes by a lot.

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Topics: selling a practice

Practice Profile: Practice Where Everyone Wants to Vacation

Posted by Bree Simmers on 9/18/20 8:45 AM

This five operatory, 1600 square foot office suite is located in a beautiful brick-clad, hospital-built, professional building. The updated practice includes Digital Pan and Softdent, with low overhead and a healthy base of established patients. The current owner does not work every day, so there’s plenty of room to grow.

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Topics: practice profiles

Matched: Finding the Perfect Associateship in a New State

Posted by Bree Simmers on 9/16/20 8:45 AM

Dr. Jessica Sikora had never been to Maine until 2016 when she visited and interviewed at the University of New England College of Dental Medicine.

“I immediately fell in love with the area,” said the Honesdale, Pennsylvania, native.

She’d also fallen in love, after four years of dental school, with the idea of practicing in her new state. 

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Topics: transition tales

Coming Soon to You: ADA Practice Transitions

Posted by Bree Simmers on 9/9/20 8:45 AM

ADA Practice Transitions is coming to dentists throughout the U.S.!

After a successful eight-state pilot, we are excited to announce that we will be expanding nationally. That means that no matter where you want to practice, ADAPT can help you find the perfect fit.

Answer three quick questions to become an ADAPT Insider, receive early access to create your profile – AND be entered to win a $100 Amazon gift card.

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Topics: expanding

What Went Wrong: My Transition Fell Through After Months of Planning

Posted by Dr. Suzanne Ebert, ADA Advisor on 9/4/20 8:45 AM

Sometimes even the best-intentioned transitions fall apart. All too often, this happens because both parties overlooked the basics: clear communication and putting everything in writing. A few key actions can minimize the back and forth while keeping your transition on schedule.

Read on for one scenario in which a buyer and seller just couldn’t make it work, then learn how you can avoid similar problems.

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Topics: what went wrong

Taking the Legal Pain Out of Buying and Selling a Dental Practice

Posted by Bree Simmers on 8/28/20 8:45 AM

Buying and selling dental practices means paperwork, including letters of intent, contracts, valuations, and a whole ream of other documents. Navigating all the details takes a close eye to detail – and an attorney who can help make sure you don’t overlook anything critical.

Last week’s ADA Practice Transitions Coffee Talk webinar delved into the legal aspects of practice transitions.

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Practice Profile: Busy State-Capital Solo Practice with Room to Grow

Posted by Bree Simmers on 8/19/20 8:45 AM

This state-capital solo practice has been serving patients for over 30 years and has earned a reputation for putting patient relationships first. The team works together to put patients at ease in a relaxed atmosphere, then provide all the information needed to make educated treatment decisions.

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Topics: practice profiles

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