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Practice Profile: Busy Turn-Key Practice with a Small-Town Feel

Posted by Betsy Krekling, ADA Advisor on 11/5/21 8:15 AM
Betsy Krekling, ADA Advisor


Looking for a busy turn-key practice with a fantastic opportunity to grow? Check out this third-generation, 7-operatory practice!

The seller’s grandfather built the handsome, freestanding, brick dental office in 1949. Located just a block off Main Street, there’s a municipal parking lot across the street and an adjacent driveway with ADA access. Another independent dental practice shares the building, which helps keep overhead lower.

Even with that next-door dentist, there’s virtually no competition: the seller spends no money on advertising beyond a few charity sponsorships. The area needs dentists, as none have the capacity to accept new patients. There’s no endodontist in town and only one oral surgeon. Since the practice is not currently open every day, you can easily expand hours or add services to grow the patient base.

This practice employs two full-time hygienists already booking well into next year. The main operatory looks out to a wooded area where squirrels, birds, and an occasional cat keep patients entertained daily.

Oneonta, New York is located in the foothills of the Catskills along the Susquehanna River. Two in-town colleges help make it the largest city in a 60-mile radius. Nearly 60,000 people live in Otsego County. You’ll be just 23 miles from Cooperstown’s Baseball Hall of Fame, and easy interstate access makes it just 90 minutes to Albany and about two hours to the Finger Lakes region’s wealth of recreation.

The motivated seller would love to help you see the opportunity to grow in this beautiful place with a small-town feel. Create your free ADA Practice Transitions profile to get started.

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