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More Resources for Your Practice Transition, No Matter Your Goal

Posted by Bree Simmers on 12/28/20 8:45 AM

When you’re thinking about a practice transition – whether it’s looking for your first job out of dental school, selling your practice, or something in between – make sure you’ve got all the resources you need.

From learning to practice safely during a pandemic to finding ways to accelerate your career, let’s explore a few of the ADA resources that might be useful to you, no matter what career stage you’re in.

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Practice Profile: Success = Long-Standing Patient Base + Thriving Small City

Posted by Bree Simmers on 12/23/20 8:45 AM

Thinking about buying your very own practice? Step into this one and make it your own!

Purchase this 4-operatory practice to deliver high-quality, compassionate dental care to nearly 1500 patients in Kalamazoo, Michigan. With low overhead and strong finances, this practice is the ideal place to build a successful career.

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Topics: practice profiles

Listen: Two Podcasts, Lots of Advice

Posted by Bree Simmers on 12/22/20 8:45 AM

Have some time off in the new few days? Check out two recent podcasts with ADAPT’s Dr. Suzanne Ebert, VP of Dental Practice & Relationship Management.

Dr. Ebert drew on her own practice transitions and her work with other doctors to share a stocking full of advice for dentists at every career stage.

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Topics: podcasts

How (and Why) ADAPT and the ADA are Connected

Posted by Bill Robinson, ADAPT President & CEO on 12/21/20 8:45 AM

As ADA Practice Transitions (ADAPT) has expanded nationally, we hear a couple of questions over and over:

  • How is ADAPT related to the American Dental Association?
  • How is ADAPT different from a traditional broker?

Let’s start with ADAPT’s creation story.

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Practice Profile: Grow With This Education-Focused New England Practice

Posted by Bree Simmers on 12/18/20 9:15 AM

Looking for a part-time associateship with room to grow? Check out this New Hampshire practice that’s in the midst of a large-scale renovation that will double chair time. The expansion includes a hygiene room, two operatories, and a new surgical suite, with plans to add cone beam imaging or CAD/CAM to the existing digital radiography and dental lasers. This is your chance to help a well-established practice expand!

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Topics: practice profiles

Transition Tale: How to Decide If It’s Time to Make a Change

Posted by Bree Simmers on 12/16/20 9:00 AM

Dr. Sara Makary has worked in several different settings during her career. With each change, she’s gained new skills and experiences that have helped her become a well-rounded practitioner.

But change is never easy. That’s why Dr. Sara advises other dentists to stop and really think about their next move.

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Topics: transition tales

Watch: How Mentorship Can Enhance Your Career - No Matter What Phase You're In

Last week’s webinar, How Mentorship Can Enhance Your Career – No Matter What Phase You’re In, sparked so many questions that I couldn’t get through them all during the session! You can now watch the on-demand video.

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Topics: coffee talks

Practice Profile: Go Beyond Assembly-Line Dentistry at this Friendly Practice

Posted by Bree Simmers on 12/11/20 9:00 AM

Looking to purchase a dental practice where the patients are truly like family? The team at this long-standing, small-town practice strives to know each patient as an individual so they can deliver friendly, relationship-focused care. And it pays off: many patients who started visiting the office as children now bring their children for treatment – even their grandchildren!

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Topics: practice profiles

What Does It Actually Cost To Sell A Dental Practice?

Posted by Bill Robinson, ADAPT President & CEO on 12/10/20 9:14 AM

Unfortunately, you probably already know the answer to the question “what does it actually cost to sell a dental practice?” – it depends.

Each sale is unique, and there are a number of factors and multiple ways of handling each aspect of the sale. All of them impact the total cost. In this post, we will review some of these factors, offer a range of costs, and talk about ways to minimize or avoid those costs.

First, I want to give an example of the lowest cost, most frictionless dental practice sale I have encountered.

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Topics: selling a practice

Practice Profile: Purchase a Small-Town Practice in a University City

Posted by Bree Simmers on 12/4/20 9:15 AM

Purchase this university-town practice to work with a great mix of patients of all ages! The practice balances a small-town feel with updated technology, all in one of US News and World Report’s top-ranked cities.

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Topics: practice profiles

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