Transitions Resources

If you want to sell your dental practice for a top offer, you need to keep in mind various principles depending on if you are making a doctor-to-doctor sale or selling to a Dental Service Organization (DSO).

How can you sell your practice for the highest amount?

Do I need to hire a local broker? It depends on who you are selling your practice to.

Do you need a local broker?

As a broker to sell medical practices, our first job is to answer questions that the potential buyer will ask.

Why do brokers ask for so much detail?

A sale can absolutely be kept confidential.

Can the sale be kept confidential?

Have you hit a stride in your practice and are in the first-rate category of being able to consider selling your dental practice? You should know that such a practice transition requires working through priorities and values that are often deeply personal.

Should You Sell Your Dental Practice to a DSO?

You’re ready to sell your practice, but what really happens once you close the deal?

The Truth Behind Taking on Corporate Partners

Which model makes the most sense for you?

Four Ways to Structure a Private Equity Deal

When you’re prepared to sell your medical or dental practice, it’s easy to become overwhelmed trying to manage the sales process while running a daily practice.

You Already Have an Offer – Why Should You Pay Us? 

Selling your practice is likely the largest financial decision you will make in your lifetime, so it is important to choose a health care practice broker you trust.

What should you look for in a Health Care Practice broker?

Inc. revealed that The Practice Companies ranked on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in America.

We made it on the Annual Inc. 5000 list

You've likely heard the term practice valuation, perhaps from a fellow doctor, or slung around online but do you know how Transitions Brokers arrive at the listing price for dental practice or medical practice? In this article, you'll discover

What Does Practice Valuation *Actually* Mean?

Practice Transitions Group is excited to announce that Lauren Wheeler has joined the company as a Sell Side Healthcare M&A Advisor.

Lauren Wheeler Joins Practice Transitions Group

What effect does your practice’s real estate have on its value?

Three Dental Practice Valuation Types

As you begin to explore selling your practice, you may have heard that you need a certified valuation.  You may have also heard the term appraisal, broker’s opinion of value, or valuation.  

When You Need a Certified Valuation

When dentists are looking to sell a dental practice to a Dental Service Organization (DSO), one of the most important terms they need to understand is their EBITDA.


Noah attended the University of Texas at Austin for his undergraduate studies.

Noah Jones Joins Practice Transitions Group

Dr. Robert Hendricks and Dr. Kristen Hendricks had built two successful practices over twelve years. 

What do Practice Brokers Do for Practice Transitions?  

Seller's discretionary earnings are what a doctor could take home or pay themselves after they pay every required expense to run the business.

Seller’s Discretionary Earnings

As you may know from talking to a dental practice broker or this article on SDE, an "add back" is a defensible, discretionary business expense that isn't necessary for running a dental or medical practice day-to-day. 

Add Backs (and Why It’s Worth Cleaning up Your Books Before Selling a Dental Practice)

Crown Dental was founded by Dr. Emily Lee in 2005. She worked relentlessly to make it one of Houston's most well-known offices. After years of hard work, the practice had grown to nine locations, and Dr. Lee realized she wanted to take Crown Dental to the next level and provide more services to her patients.

A Dental Practice Valuation That Grew Despite the Coronavirus Pandemic

Entrance to Dr. Alice Bui's Office

Successful Pediatric Dentist Chooses The Practice Companies as the Transition Consultants to Lead Her Sale

Your credibility and your reputation are affected by whether or not you take these first three steps. Once you’ve followed up on these items, you can then begin to consider if you want to stay around for some time, or retire right away and think through who you want to buy your practice.

The Best Way to Sell a Dental Practice


The Question Dental Consultants Aren’t Asking That You Owe It to Yourself to Answer


Preparing Your Practice For Sale

Medical Office Interior

Todd Stanley Joins MedTran Team at The Practice Group

Taylor Joins MedTran

Taylor Fyfe Joins MedTran Team at The Practice Group


Common Practice Pitfalls that Lower Valuations

Pediatric Dental

How Your Real Estate Choices Affect Your Practice Value

front desk chairs

Lease Assignments in a Practice Sale

medical group growth

What Matters in an Acquisition Offer