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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.

Where’s The Cash?

Even in the busiest of times, it is imperative to keep on top of your practice’s accounts receivable and payable. But even with the most diligent of practices, there may be times when something seems off, and your account doesn’t reflect all of the work put into your practice. If this occurs, it is time…


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Networking: The Key to Growing Your Practice

When you first dreamt of having your own dental practice, you likely didn’t think through all of the steps it would take to get to that dream. Whether you are still in dental school, recently purchased a practice or have had a practice for a few years, it is always a good time to work…


Published by Joe Gordon

2019 Midwinter Meeting Recap

We attended our first Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting at McCormick Place in February. This was a fantastic experience. The event boasted nearly 29,000 attendees from all over the U.S. and beyond. The exhibit hall housed more than 600 exhibitors showcasing their products and services. Attendees could choose from 200 continuing education courses, workshops, lectures,…


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Making your purchase of an established dental practice just a little easier

For any recent dental school grad or dentist early in their career who is thinking of purchasing an existing dental practice, a retiring dentist is a great resource who can help guide you through a smooth transition. When taking over a dental practice with an established client base, ideal location and new equipment can be…


Published by Joe Gordon

Don’t forget to succession plan

Is your dental practice ready for your retirement? Even if you are just starting to consider this option – it is wise to start your succession planning now. All dental practice owners will eventually be faced with succession planning. It makes good sense to develop a plan now instead of waiting until it is too…


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Guide To Selling Your Dental Practice 101

Is it time to sell? The team at PMA Practice Transitions partners with very specialized banks that focus exclusively on the dental community. Dental practice lending is a specialty niche within banking that focuses exclusively on financing for dental practice acquisitions, which is critical to a successful dental practice transition. Those that specialize in this…


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Building A Business Is About Building Value

Why You Need To Know The Value Of Your Business While no two businesses are exactly alike, one of the most common traits that all business owners possess is passion. Not only has this passion allowed you to be able to provide for yourself and your family, in many cases it has allowed you to…


Published by Mary Beth Koester

Every Dental Practice Sales Is An Opportunity for PMA Practice Transitions To Give Back

Dental Practice Advisory & Transitions Firm Donates $4,000 To Charity PMA Practice Transitions, a regional practice advisory and transitions firm, announces that it has donated more than $4,000 to 15 local organizations since the inception of its “giveback” program; further embracing the company’s efforts to make a positive impact in the communities it serves. A…


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Is Your Dental Practice Prepared for a Cyber Attack?

It seems as though every few weeks you hear about another cyber threat – scams, viruses, security breaches, Ransomware – take your pick. These menaces take quite a financial toll on companies worldwide. Unfortunately, no is immune to these cyber threats – not even your dental practice. It is crucial to ensure your practice is…


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Add a Specialty to your Dental Practice to Enhance Growth

As a dentist, do you sometimes find yourself with extra time or referring a decent amount of work to specialists such as periodontists or endodontists? While that is great for building professional relationships, that is money you may be able to keep in your own practice if you add a specialty or two to your…


Published by Joe Gordon