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Two Types of Expenses You Need to Take Control of When Building Your Practice
             When maximizing profits, a lot of attention is paid to increasing revenue. While that is important, we can’t lose sight of our expenses while doing so. Getting expenses under control is a great way to increase profitability instantaneously and without needing to attract any additional...  Read More
Buying a practice: What expenses should you expect to pay?
, helps dentists order their financial lives and reach financial peace of mind so they can better focus on what truly brings them joy.What an exciting time! You have been looking for a dental practice to purchase and you’ve found it! The location is perfect. The philosophy of the selling dentist is...  Read More
Buying Amalgam Separators: When “FREE” Is NOT so Free
Today’s blog will be discussing the dangers of falling for “free”amalgam separators and helping Dental Professionals make the rightecological and economic purchases for their practice.Click Here to Read More  Read More
Make Your Dental Practice Income Statement Work for You!
Your Dental Practice Income Statement, sometimes called your Profit and Loss Statement, or your P&L Statement, can be a foundational management tool for your practice if it is purposely designed. Unfortunately, many dentists have no idea their Practice Income Statement can be arranged to meet...  Read More
Buying a Dental Practice and Wondering if Overhead was Adjusted Properly?
There’s a great thread on dentaltown.com about why buyers should NOT pay for potential and projections. Part of the discussion revolves around normalizing cash flow, particularly the overhead of the practice. This prompted me to write a blog post to help potential buyers evaluate a...  Read More
Inventory Control Survey, or Who’s Minding the Store? A Tale of Hidden Costs
There's no reason to become alarmed, and we hope you'll enjoy the rest of your flight. By the way, is there anyone on board who knows how to fly a plane? – Airplane (1980)Yeah I called her up, she gave me a bunch of crap about me not listenin' to her enough, or somethin'. I don't know, I...  Read More
Expenses and Numbers – Which Matter Most in Your Practice?
Expenses and Numbers – Which Matter Most in Your P Clinical skills got you here. Can numbers carry you another step forward? In practice ownership, there are few things that matter more than a right-sized perspective on numbers. I...  Read More

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