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Some joint-venture business partnerships work very well, while others drag on in disappointment or end in agony. If you are contemplating some type of partnership, please consider the following points to help you enter into,…
Lately we have seen more dentists thinking about buying or opening additional dental practices. They see the successful expansion of "corporate dentistry," or dental service organizations (“DSO's”), and wonder how they can…
Possibly the most important decision you will make in your career is deciding when to sell your dental practice and exactly how to do it. Here at CTC Associates, we specialize in dental practice transitions, and are able to…
Through proper planning you will find you can preserve and enhance the value of your practice. Perhaps more importantly, you will learn how to avoid making some critical mistakes that can turn the sale of your professional…
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…
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…
Whether purchasing a practice, doing a start-up, or buying into an existing practice it is important to do your homework first. Understanding the demographics and current economic trends will help you know if a practice…
When your looking for the right dental broker, or practice transition consultant, there are a number of questions to ask. This article reviews those questions. Many times in not just knowing the answer but the questions to…
Making the decision to sell your dental practice is one of the most important decisions you will make in your professional life. Therefore, it is imperative that you put a great deal of thought into when and how you would…

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Tips on How to Reactive Inactive Dental Patients
Reactivating your inactive dental patients can be a task that often gets pushed to the back burner. This is because the…
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5 Ways for You to Protect Your Dental Practice from Fraud
It can be difficult for dentists to believe that their dental practices can fall victim to fraud. However, David Harris, a…
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Decreasing Dental Practice Accounts Receivable
There are many dental offices out there that function more like a bank than a dental practice. For example, if you perform…
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How to Increase Awareness of Your Dental Office
To keep your dental office profitable and running smoothly and successfully, it’s important that you’re able to continuously…