Frequently Asked Questions

Dental Practice Transitions Questions


Popular Questions

We charge a success fee that is only paid when the practice is sold, just like when you sell a home.

Most of the time, we recommend that you don’t tell your staff before selling the practice.
Many times, the staff will start to get a sense of what’s going on, but it’s not a good idea to tell them directly before selling because losing key staff can hurt the value of your practice or make it harder to sell.
Every situation and team is different, and we’re happy to help you with yours.

The best way to get the most value and make sure you pick the right Dental partner is to hold an auction and get as many offers as you can.
If you run the process this way, the increase in the value of your business will easily cover the percentage fee you pay to a broker.