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Practice Profile: Build this Small Solo Practice into Your Dream

Posted by Betsy Krekling, ADA Advisor on 6/11/21 8:30 AM
Betsy Krekling, ADA Advisor


This well-established solo practice is small but mighty! It could be the ideal place to launch your career – or to slow down.

Founded in 2000, the seller has built a loyal base of patients with just two operatories. However, a third operatory is already plumbed and ready to establish as a hygiene room – and there’s enough space to add a fourth operatory when you’re ready.

Located in a well-maintained Medical Arts condominium, this small-town Pennsylvania practice is near downtown. Digital radiography and paperless records help keep things running efficiently.

Well-established companies, including higher education institutions, are close by and provide a steady flow of patients.

The practice is committed to education, for staff and patients alike. The owner is active in several aspects of organized dentistry, and also on faculty at a dental school. That approach is reflected in treatment, as the team strives to help patients make the connection between oral health and overall health.

Currently, the practice focuses on general and restorative dentistry, with some implants, endodontics, and simple extractions.

The long-term staff work together like family. As the seller says, “My team and I have created a state-of-the-art dental practice, working tirelessly to develop a sense of community between patients and staff.”

The seller currently works a part-time schedule, but you could easily ramp up the hours, expand the space, and have a thriving practice!

This 60,000-person town in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country is full of history and Amish experiences. Check out antique shops, museums, and local auctions – while passing the covered bridges that dot the landscape.

Your new hometown has great schools and walkable restaurants and coffee shops, plus local universities that keep things vibrant. There’s plenty to do, with entertainment, art galleries, and museums. Farm-to-table is taken literally here, and the restaurant scene is full of diverse cuisines. The town bustles with life, yet the fresh air and farmland are just beyond city limits. (And a bit farther beyond, you have access to four major cities: Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and New York City are all within a reasonable drive.) You’ll be less than 40 miles to Harrisburg, PA, or 80 miles to either Baltimore or Philadelphia,

The cost of living is reasonable and the healthcare system is excellent.

Enjoy four distinct seasons. Spring and summer are full of farmers' markets and festivals, with gorgeous fall colors and peaceful snows in the winter. The outdoors beckons, with hiking, fishing, camping, golfing, and more. Trace the Wine Trail or dine al fresco.

If you’re looking for a small solo practice, don’t let this one slip by! Create your free ADA Practice Transitions profile to learn more.

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