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Generally, the buyer’s biggest fear is that he will not retain the seller’s patients after the closing, yet be straddled with huge acquisition debt. The manner in which the transition is handled can cause the buyer financial hardship, or create an environment for the buyer’s success. Here are our 13 tips that will assure a smooth transition of seller’s patients to buyer.
When dentists retire from a group practice, it presents interesting challenges for the retiring dentist, and for the remaining dentists.
For the young dentist buying a dental practice is one of the most important career decision one can make. It provides a golden opportunity to practice independently and achieve financial success as well.
Jean made what we had anticipated to be a very stressful event totally stress free. She was accessible 7 days a week and guided us every step of the way. She is a true professional.John Carrocia, DDS & Elizabeth Carrocia DDSCranston RI
Peter Almonte was highly professional. They did not treat me as a number but as a valued client. They are very knowledgeable about practice transitions, and were attentive, and prompt to respond to all my concerns. I feel like I have made new friends. It was a pleasure working with them.Marc J. Franks DMDNorwalk, Connecticut
"Selling a dental practice is at times a stressful, emotional rollercoaster ride. Jean and Paul Fallago provided the expertise and hand holding that was critical during the entire process. I highly recommend them for anybody considering this phase of their professional career."Ernest Corner, DMDWarwick RI
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