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Practice Profile: Minimally-Invasive Practice Where Less is More

Posted by Betsy Krekling, ADA Advisor on 5/14/21 9:00 AM
Betsy Krekling, ADA Advisor

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If you take a very conservative approach to your dentistry, this solo practice might be perfect!

This 8-operatory practice follows the Minimally Invasive Dentistry philosophy that respects the health, function, and aesthetics of oral tissue by preventing disease from occurring or intercepting its progress with minimal tissue loss. Using techniques such as Air Abrasion, this practice sets a high standard of care where “less is more.”

Patients love this very conservative approach that’s centered around prevention. As the seller explains, “If a patient presents with a defective restoration, and there is enough healthy tooth structure to warrant a repair, we will gladly repair it making sure that the patient understands that there is always a possibility that more tooth may break and they need a crown and/or endo in the future. Nine times out of ten, this philosophy not only brings goodwill into the doctor/patient relationship, but when (if) the tooth breaks in the future, the patient ALWAYS takes on the responsibility and says, ‘Okay, Doc, I'm ready for the crown!’ There are no issues with treatment acceptance this way.”

The selling doctor is approaching retirement, yet would be happy to mentor someone in the Minimally Invasive philosophy and teach them the basics of running the business.

This central New York practice blends the best of village life with nearby city amenities. The office is right by the post office and elementary and high schools. Downtown offers free outdoor concerts, parks, a train museum, Apple Festival, and more. Several small businesses – including this practice – dot downtown, while all your chain stores are easily accessible.

The village has tree-lined residential streets, yet easy access to major highways that can whisk you to Syracuse in just 20 minutes. And the pretty Oneida River and Oneida Lake are within easy reach for boating, fishing, and relaxing. Lake Ontario is 30 minutes away, with bigger scale boating. And the entire region is a haven for outdoor activities, from skiing and snowmobiling in the winter to hiking, fishing, golfing, and more in the summer. The nearby Finger Lakes are also offers a wide variety of wineries, too.

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