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Why Dental Practice Demographics Matter
  Whether looking to  an existing one, assessing the demographics of the surrounding area will only be advantageous. Once you’ve established the type of practice you want, make sure to consider the competitive analysis and demographics to ensure the location will work for your practice. Here are...  Read More
7 Changes to Make After a Dental Practice Transition
No two dental practice transitions are alike, but there is one hard-fast rule that buyers should follow across the board: Don’t make any changes after acquiring a practice for at least six months, no matter how , if you want to keep patients and staff happy. What’s more, it is to your benefit to...  Read More
3 Reasons Your Dental Practice Values for More in the Pacific Northwest
The old real estate adage of “location, location, location” carries over to dental practices, too. And in the Pacific Northwest, you’ll find a number of reasons why your dental practice assesses a higher value than other areas of the country. Here, we list a few reasons why now is a great time to...  Read More
Are You Ready to Sell Your Dental Practice?
You don’t need to be of the retiree age to consider selling your dental practice. But before you decide if you’re ready to pass the reins to a potential buyer, like with any major life decision, there is a number of questions you should ask yourself and factors to consider.Am I ready for a...  Read More
6 Questions to Ask When Buying a Dental Practice
At Professional Transition Strategies, we have successfully guided hundreds of dentists through the process of selling and buying a dental practice. If you are thinking about buying a dental practice, you will naturally have several smart questions. Here are questions to ask when buying a dental...  Read More
Step By Step Guide To Dental Practice Transitions in Texas
If you are thinking about selling your Texas dental practice, you are probably feeling a little overwhelmed by where to start. Well, fear not —  (PTS) is here to help! We have an experienced team of brokers whose knowledge has helped hundreds of dentists through successful transitions. Today we are...  Read More
Types of Dental Practice Transitions
Types of Dental Practice TransitionsIf you’ve decided that you are ready for the next step of your life and your practice, it may be time to consider retirement. There are many, so regardless of whether or not you are ready to completely stop working, we can help you find a transition that...  Read More
Planning Your Dental Transition
For many dentists, owning your dental practice consumes the majority of your energy, finances, and professional life. Your practice is more to you than just a profession, its years of blood, sweat, and tears…decades of staff and patient memories. These factors have caused you to form an...  Read More
Withholding Pay after Termination of Employees
Many dentists do more than practice dentistry: they own, run, and manage a business. Unfortunately, employee termination is often a necessary part of running a successful practice. Many dentists inquire as to whether it is permissible to withhold a former employee's pay when a former employee has...  Read More

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