New Mexico Dental Practice Transition Brokers

We are a very successful dental practice transition firm in New Mexico. Buying or selling a dental practice can be a complicated and overwhelming process that will impact your financial goals. With CTC as your dental broker, you can rest easier knowing that we have a long track record of successful transitions. With 26+ years of experience and having developed many industry standard transition practices used by industry leaders, we know what you need to succeed.

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

Testimonials

"I really value the expert advice and professionalism that CTC Associates brought to the transition process." - Aaron Rasmussen, DDS, Farmington, NM


"I was very pleased with the professional service I received from CTC in the sale and transition of my dental practice. The transition took place extremely smooth. When I decided to sell, I felt like I needed professional guidance to determine the worth of my practice. The fee from CTC for the appraisal was very nominal and I soon sensed that Randon Jensen had the experience and the integrity to be fair with both me and my buyer. We both trusted him." - Dr. William W. Bradford


"CTC was very helpful in finding a buyer for my practice. All of the steps from practice analysis, negotiating, through to the sale closing were handled well. I would certainly use them again if I needed their type of services." - Dr. Michael Allen


"I have been most happy with your service. From finding a prospective buyer to closing with all the innumerable transition issues in between, I have found your help and experience invaluable and would recommend to prospective purchasers and sellers alike to enlist your service.

Selling or buying a dental practice is not a do-it-yourself job. I probably wasted 1 to 1-1/2 years and endless weekends and evenings in the process. You may gladly use my name as a referral." - Gail F. Person, D.D.S., P.C.

Articles

Buyer’s Guide – Do It Right the First Time
When the time arrives for you to seriously consider a practice transition, you should know that there are two basic ways to buy a practice: you can buy all of it, or you can buy a portion of it. The variations of those two basic structures are numerous. But first, you should decide what type of practice you want and whether or not you want another doctor involved in the practice.

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Do Your Homework First
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 opportunity is right for you. Don’t give yourself an ulcer by not knowing how successful you will be. Do your homework and understand how to predict your future.

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To Buy a Practice or Start One From Scratch?
There are not always practices available for purchase in the exact area you want to live. Likewise, the practice may not be the “ideal” practice you had envisioned or hoped for. Buying a practice may mean choosing from what is available, which may not be precisely what you want. That being said, do not underestimate the ability to take the practice and make it what you want it to be.

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Our Blog

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Dental Scheduling Tips & Tricks
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Performance Reviews & How to Properly Conduct Them
As a dentist who owns your own practice, you wear many hats. You’re expected to do it all - dentistry, employer, bookkeeper,…