Dental Start Up

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Dental start-ups 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 start-up process.

Services we provide

  • Market and Demographic Research
  • Business Plan Development
  • Finding an Ideal Location
  • Establishing a Budget
  • Draft Projections of Production and Expenses
  • Assistance in Acquiring Financing
  • Customized Start-up Timeline
  • Development of External and Internal Marketing Plan
  • Employee Manual and Legal Hire Forms
  • Direction in Hiring employees
  • Training/Coaching for front office and office manager
  • Practice Policies and Procedures
  • Instructions on How to Operate Your Business
  • Business Management instruction including analysis of overhead, production, collections, marketing, etc.
  • Embezzlement Prevention
  • Office and Patient Documents
  • Facilitate all Outsourcing Services for Start-up
  • Practice Management Coaching for First Year in Business
  • Oversight of Entire Start-up Process
  • On-site front office, business and leadership training
  • Unlimited phone consulting for doctor and staff throughout entire start-up
  • Internal Marketing training
  • Daily, Monthly, Quarterly, and Yearly management checklists

Our Blog

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Dental Practice Relocation Checklist
When setting up your dental practice you’ll find that demographic, geographic, administrative, and operational considerations…
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Making Sure Your Staff Meetings Are Productive
The ability to run an effective staff meeting can have a very positive effect on the way your dental practice works…
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Protecting Your Dental Practice from Fraud
It can be difficult to consider that you and your dental practice are vulnerable to fraud. However, according to dental fraud…
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Improving the Growth of Your Dental Practice
For your average dental practice to grow, it’s important to bring in 30-50 new patients every month. If your practice isn’t…