Do you know the pitfalls to avoid when purchasing a dental practice? Or what specific steps to take to improve your dental office's curb appeal? Follow the links below to read some of the recent articles published by PMA.

Selling Your Dental Practice?

Find out if you have liens or debts on your practice first Before you get the ball rolling on retiring and selling your dental practice, it is imperative to ensure there are no liens or debts against your practice. Believe it or not, this is often overlooked, and many dentists are surprised to find out…


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The Dental Loan Dance

What is the transaction – are you buying-in or buying new? We’ve got answers! One of the biggest decisions that a dentist needs to grapple with is if and when to purchase your practice. After that, the next big decision is going to be who you work with to secure the loan necessary to make…


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Get Out Of Debt And Begin Your Dental Journey

How Purchasing A Dental Practice Can Get You Out Of Debt Quickly As a young dentist fresh out of dental school, the next step in your career might be to purchase your own practice. But today, most dental school graduates find themselves in immense debt and are concerned about the costs associated with such a large…


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Giving Kids a Reason to Smile

On June 27, TeamSmiles teamed up with the Cleveland Indians and local dental professionals to provide free oral care to underserved children in the community. Matt Scherer volunteered at the event and had an amazing time! Check out some of the photos he captured that day. In 2017, TeamSmiles provided 3,915 children with free dental care…


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Looking To Sell Your Dental Practice?

Have you talked to your CPA about it? There may be some things you are unaware of when selling or some things you haven’t thought about that need done before your practice is sold. What to Consider When Selling Your Dental Practice Is the buyer qualified? It is important to verify that any buyers are qualified…


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Why Should You Work With A Preferred ADS Dental Lender

The process of purchasing a dental practice can be overwhelming. Having experts guide you through the process makes the process a lot easier, especially when it comes time to secure your loan. Local banks have a lot to offer, but when working with a preferred  ADS Dental Lender you are working with someone that better…


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Trauma In The Dental Practice Purchase ER

If you’ve ever watched one of the popular trauma ER documentaries, you’ve probably thought, “I’m glad that wasn’t me!” After reading these actual dental practice purchase traumas, you may think, “I’m glad it wasn’t me.” Future Sale Date A practice had $300K collections. Nearby, a young dentist agreed to buy the practice to merge it…


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Planning To Purchase A Dental Practice

Deciding whether or not to purchase a dental practice is arguably among the most important steps that face a young dentist. The decision will have a great impact on his/her professional development, financial success, and lifestyle for many years. If you’ve decided to purchase, you should take certain steps to achieve a good outcome. Just…


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Improving Dental Practice Curb Appeal

If you are planning to sell your dental practice within the next three years, this article can help you sell it more quickly and at a higher price. Improving a practice’s physical facility is a way to make it more attractive to buyers. Today, I’d like to review some equally important aspects of practice “curb…


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Be Like Warren Buffett

If you’re planning to purchase a dental practice in the next year, now is your chance to be like the legendary billionaire investor Warren Buffett. Purchase A Dental Practice Like You Were Billionaire Investor, Warren Buffet As I wrote this, Buffett announced that his Berkshire Hathaway Company was investing $5 billion in Bank of America…


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