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Practice Profile: Take Advantage of All the Bells & Whistles

Posted by Betsy Krekling, ADA Advisor on 4/2/21 9:00 AM

Make the most of your skills when you buy one of the most technologically advanced offices in the area! New CBCT, rotary endo, implant surgery systems, Sirona Primescan, extraoral evacuation, Isolite intraoral evacuation — all less than 18 months old.

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Practice Profile: Solo Practice, Idyllic Mountain Lifestyle

Posted by Betsy Krekling, ADA Advisor on 3/26/21 8:45 AM

Be the only dentist in an idyllic, unique town nestled among Washington’s Cascade Mountains! This 3-operatory “local and friendly” practice serves about 1,000 patients from the town and surrounding valley.

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To DSO or Not to DSO, That Is the Question

Posted by Bill Robinson, ADAPT President & CEO on 3/23/21 9:00 AM

DSOs are one of the most polarizing issues in the current dental economy. People seem to believe they are either “destroying dentistry as we know it” or “the best possible way to practice dentistry,” with very little room in between.

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Practice Profile: Fulfilling Associate-to-Partnership in a Top Vacation Destination

Posted by Betsy Krekling, ADA Advisor on 3/19/21 9:00 AM

Do you feel burned out and controlled by PPOs? Stuck in a corporate model where you feel un-fulfilled with the quality of dentistry you are doing? And do you feel underappreciated (and underpaid)?

Whether you are recently out of residency or about to sell your practice after many years of ownership, this associate position may be the change you are looking for.

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Topics: "find an associateship", practice profiles

Get Outdoors — When Not Working in this Thriving 2-Op Practice

Posted by Betsy Krekling, ADA Advisor on 3/12/21 9:15 AM

Want a small practice where you can really get to know your patients? This two-operatory solo practice is ready for you — and has room to grow!

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What Went Wrong: My Staff Left After I Bought the Practice

When a doctor considers buying a practice, they look beyond the building and the equipment. After all, the patients and staff make a practice!

A strong, loyal patient pool is the most valuable asset in a sale, and long-term, well-trained staff are worth their weight in gold.

But if staff are unhappy with a transition — even if they stick around — patients are more likely to leave. So how can a new owner retain staff and patients after the transition?

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Topics: what went wrong

Practice Profile: Step into the 'Opportunity of a Lifetime'

Posted by Betsy Krekling, ADA Advisor on 3/5/21 9:15 AM

Calling all dentists with dreams of ownership: purchase this highly respected, successful practice and set yourself up for a great career! This highly successful 4-operatory solo practice has room to grow – plus the mentorship to help you succeed.

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What’s Next: How to Plan for the Dental Career of Your Dreams

 

As you think about the end of dental school, or how to plan your career, you’re probably wondering, “What's next?”

Far too often, I hear dental students say something like, “My only option is to grab the first job I can find. I know I’m going to be miserable while I increase my speed and clinical skills.” But you don’t need to feel that way!

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Topics: associateship, coffee talks

Practice Profile: Tech-forward & Profitable with Room to Grow in the Hudson Valley

Posted by Betsy Krekling, ADA Advisor on 2/26/21 9:15 AM

Buy this technology-forward, 100% fee-for-service practice that enjoys fantastic production and a well-earned reputation for delivering top-quality care.

This 4-operatory solo practice is currently open four days a week – but there’s an 11-week wait for hygiene and a 6-week wait for treatment. Meanwhile, the practice receives 8 to 12 calls per day from new patients moving to the area from New York City. That means there’s demand to expand beyond the practice’s current 2,800 patients (and space to do so).

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Practice Profile: Fully Equipped Practice in an Underserved, Supportive Community

Posted by Betsy Krekling, ADA Advisor on 2/19/21 8:45 AM

Looking to run your own solo practice while serving a community that needs a dentist?

If you are mission-driven, this is your chance to step into a fully equipped practice with an eager patient base at minimal cost.

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