Buying a dental practice is challenging because you need to know a lot about the business and the market and be willing to invest time and money. This comprehensive guide gives an overview of what to look for when evaluating a dental practice to buy and the most important steps to take for a smooth change.READ MORE+
When considering an associate dentist as a valuable addition to your practice, establishing an employment contract with terms that satisfy both you and the employee will set the tone for a positive work environment. More importantly, the formation of such contract will protect your dental practice from unforeseeable issues that could arise during the term of your dental associate’s employment.READ MORE+
Whether you’re about to open a new practice or reevaluating the structure of an existing operation, careful consideration of how to structure your business is paramount to protect the hard-earned fruits of your labor. There are a number of strategies you can employ with the guidance of your attorney that offer the protection of limited liability, mainly, the formation of a business entity.READ MORE+
If you are like most people, there are few things you enjoy less than going to the dentist. Working with an attorney may be one of them! Many persons have endured the misfortune of having unsatisfactory experiences with legal counsel.READ MORE+
Protecting Your Practice: How a Non-Compete Agreement Can Keep Your Office from Losing Patients and Profits.
Competition in the dental industry is getting tougher every day. Between large, low-cost dental chains that pry clients away from smaller boutique practices, and spas and salons that offer cosmetic procedures like teeth whitening, it can be difficult for some dentists to remain profitable.READ MORE+