Shhhhh, I’m Selling My Dental Practice

Posted by Bill Robinson on 8/6/19 7:00 AM

There is a widely-held belief in the dental industry that confidentiality is essential when a dentist decides to sell their practice. This idea is heavily promoted by dental brokers and has been embraced by many dentists. In fact, some dentists report that they had little to no contact with the buyer of their practice until they closed the transaction.

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Topics: confidentiality, retiring, owner

What Went Wrong Wednesdays: 3 Contract Issues that Got Expensive

Posted by Dr. Suzanne Ebert on 7/24/19 4:09 PM

Welcome to “What Went Wrong Wednesdays,” a series in which we explore common problems of practice transitions – and offer tips to help you avoid them.

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Topics: incoming dentist, retiring, owner, associateship, purchase a practice

5 Easy Ways to Boost Your Practice’s Curb Appeal

Posted by Dr. Suzanne Ebert on 7/17/19 7:15 AM

A practice needs a certain curb appeal to attract buyers – just like selling residential real estate. However, a practice’s curb appeal extends beyond its physical appearance. Buyers want a well-run practice that makes a consistent profit.

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Topics: retiring, owner

6 Ways to Get Staff Buy-in for Your Practice Transition

Posted by Dr. Suzanne Ebert on 6/24/19 10:35 AM

Your staff can make or break your practice transition. Change can be scary. Your long-time staff may be apprehensive about the future of the practice – after all, the practice provides their livelihoods, too. However, you can take steps to reassure staff and gain their buy-in. When staff is on board, they can be your biggest advocates and streamline the transition.

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Topics: retiring, owner

Your Information, Your Timing: How We Keep Things Confidential

Posted by Dr. Suzanne Ebert on 6/18/19 4:24 PM

We understand how important confidentiality can be as you go through a career transition. If you are a practice owner, you may not be ready to share this information with the rest of the dental community quite yet. Keep in mind that the transition can be smoother if time is taken to prepare and involve your staff before the sale. If you are looking to purchase or change positions, you may not be ready to inform your current employer of your plans. We understand these scenarios and will keep everything fully confidential until YOU decide it is time.

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Topics: confidentiality, incoming dentist, retiring, owner

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