CTC Associates specializes in facilitating the unique and complex transitional needs of dentists and other oral health care specialists. CTC Associates’ expertise is centered in dental practice sales, associateships, partnerships, appraisals, office sharing arrangements, and the like. Whether you are interested in bringing on an associate, relocating or retiring – or if you’re just looking to take your practice to the next level – you can trust CTC to provide you with the tools, information and guidance to make it happen, and make it happen successfully!
Our dental practice transition consulting network extends to Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Idaho, New Mexico, Arizona, and Hawaii. The CTC Associates advantage: You save money with our flat fee option, since it normally equates to less than 10% of the selling price. You gain credibility with a prospective buyer since it allows us to present an unbiased opinion of the value of the dental practice.
"I've been on both ends of buying/selling a practice several times and have used the services of 4 different people. Randon Jensen was easily the most professional, knowledgeable and helpful of all. He was responsive to all of my needs and left no stones unturned. He also stayed in touch to follow up during and after the transition. I'm certain I would not have done as well if anyone else had handled my transaction. I would recommend Randon without hesitation to anyone looking to buy or sell a practice." - Bill Osofsky, DDS
"Randon and Larry, I wish to thank you both for the tremendous help you provided in the sale and transition of my dental practice. You have both done an excellent job in helping me navigate through the myriad of details and challenges that come with selling a dental practice. You are highly professional and provided excellent insight and guidance.I would not have survived it without your wonderful and patient tutelage." - Roger E. Grua, DDS
"I have just closed on the sale of my orthodontic practice. Crystal and Katie of KHOT (now CTC Associates) represented me in the transition and sale of my practice. They are terrific! Crystal and Katie are experts. They are professionals. They are thorough and courteous and a delight to work with. They will assist in all of the duties of a practice transition.
You can't go wrong if you choose Crystal or Katie of KHOT to be your representative or broker as you transition from your dental practice." - Bob Crum, DDS, MS
"If you are considering a sale of your practice, or just bringing on an associate, you need expertise to guide you through the process. Call Larry or Randon with CTC Associates. I am glad I did. I could not have handled my practice sale without them." - Eric Mack, DDS
Making the Decision to Sell Your Practice
Happy New Year! As you begin to establish your goals for 2016, we want to remind you that it’s never too early to begin planning your practice transition. While market conditions have been favorable for sellers over the past few years, we are expecting a few changes to occur over the next 12-18 months that could have a significant impact on practice value. Therefore, it’s more important than ever for you to understand the factors that influence practice value and take the necessary steps to maximize the value of your practice, beginning with planning your transition well in advance of a sale. If you are considering selling your practice within the next 5 years, we encourage you to contact us to schedule a free, confidential consultation.
To Buy a Practice or Start One From Scratch?
Owning your own business may seem intimidating for many of you, but for the majority of dentists, this is a reality. For many Americans it is part of living the American Dream, and for most dentists it becomes a primary goal of their career. Some will choose to jump right into practice ownership, while others prefer to continue their education or work as an associate dentist prior to assuming the risk and responsibility of owning their own practice.
Buyer’s Guide – Do It Right the First Time
Most–if not all–dentists start their careers with optimistic expectations of doing well financially only to find out that, in the real world, practicing dentistry may not deliver the financial and/or emotional rewards they were seeking. That is usually when they feel the strong need to increase their income and to gain more control over their professional lives. You may have experienced this frustration already. If you haven’t, you can surely avoid it through proper planning and the implementation of some key concepts which we will address throughout this article.