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Colorado & Wyoming Dental Practice Transition Brokers

Your dental practice is likely the most valuable asset you currently own. When it comes to making decisions to sell or transition your practice, you need someone you can trust to provide you with honest, well informed and professional guidance. CTC Associates is your partner. We have been transitioning practices successfully for over 26+ years. In the heart of Colorado, we can aid you in your dental practice transition goals. Whether you are looking to buy a dental practice, sell your practice, or you want guidance starting a dental practice from scratch; CTC is here to help.

Colorado's best dental practice transition firm!
CTC Associates has coordinated over 1,500 successful transitions for dental and dental specialty practices for over 26 years.


"I am very satisfied with my experience working with CTC Associates. I highly recommend them. Marie Chatterley was invaluable in navigating the somewhat tumultuous transition of my practice. She really put in extra leg work to help me achieve my transition goals. She is professional, kind, knowledgeable, and most importantly, available - It is easy to communicate and work with her. After everything was completed I am most happy to consider her a friend." - Samuel Olson

"Couldn't be happier with CTC Associates and specifically Marie Chatterley!!!
We just celebrated our 6 year anniversary of merging two solo dental offices and we entrusted Marie with the entire process. Without hesitation, we attribute this successful merge to their expertise and experience and fairness. We have referred colleagues, even family, to their services. We will continue referring too!
We look forward to continued partnership with Marie and CTC as we look towards growing and adding an associate dentist and future partner." - Stewart Anderson

"It's been a few years since I purchased my practice but CTC still keeps in touch with me! Larry spend over a year walking me through probably 10-15 practices and helping me compare them against each other. When the practice came available that I ended up purchasing, Larry called me immediately because he knew it was one I would be interested in. The whole process of purchasing my practice was extremely fast because the seller had a shortened deadline but with their help I didn't feel I was walking in blind. I had a lot of reports, numbers, feedback, etc that was pulled and sent to me quickly so I was able to evaluate the practice well, even with the shortened transition time. After the purchase, as noted above, they have continued to support me as needed. I highly recommend this company. I have worked with both Larry, who is now retired, and Marie and both have been great. Very good people and know the dental business. I hope they are still around when I sell my practice." - Jeff Poulson

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