Buy A Dental Practice

Buying a dental practice can have a variety of inherent challenges and it is important to have a quality team on your side. Let CTC Associates guide you through your transition process.

Step 1: Search our Listings:

If you're ready to take the first step in buying a practice you may browse through our current listings here.

Step 2: Buyer's Application

If you're ready to buy or just want to get the process started, click here to fill out our easy "Buyer's Application" form:

Buyers' Application

Services for Buyers:

  • Full buyer representation
  • Purchase agreement and practice value review
  • Transition coaching
  • Market and demographic research
  • External and internal marketing assistance
  • Direction in hiring employees
  • Legal employee forms
  • Employee manual
  • Employee management training
  • Phone coaching for front office and office manager
  • Front office procedure manual
  • Office policies and procedures training
  • Instructions on how to operate your business
  • Business management instruction including analysis of overhead, production, collections, marketing, etc.
  • Embezzlement prevention coaching
  • Provide all office and patient documents
  • Front office practice management coaching
  • In-office business and front office training for doctor and staff
  • Staff meeting instruction
  • Daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and yearly management checklists

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