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Dental Leases: 2 that Could KILL your Practice – learn how to avoid these in your practice




Specific clauses in real estate leases can KILL dental practices.


Learn today how to protect your practice value and avoid losing hundreds of thousands of dollars through Jayme’s experience in dental leases from across the country.


Shockingly, many dentists are unknowingly giving up legal rights to their equipment

because of their lease.


Some doctors unintentionally allow their landlord to prevent the sale of the practice

because of their lease.


Hear 2 case studies from some of Jayme’s clients in Texas and Tennessee narrowly escaped disaster from their lease.


On this podcast episode you’ll learn:

  • How dentists’ commercial leases protect the LANDLORD…NOT YOU
  • Why “custom” leases are a WARNING SIGN you need to watch
  • What is the TI Allowance and how do you get MORE?
  • How you can protect $75,000 from a landlord’s “whims”
  • 2 Rules of Thumb you can use right now to protect your practice
  • Avoid giving away legal rights to your dental equipment…in your lease


A lease for your practice often provides zero protection for your practice.

Save yourself hundreds of thousands of dollars and decades of stress by having the RIGHT lease in place.





Good luck to you as you move forward in practice ownership!






None of in the information in this legal advice. These are Jayme’s opinions from experience with dentists across the country. Speak with an attorney licensed in your state before making and related legal decisions.


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Why You Need a Team To Start a Dental Practice

When it comes to starting your own dental practice, finding the right real estate is a crucial step to success.

Where do you even start looking? How different is dental practice real estate from commercial? What should you be looking for? 

And don’t forget about the great leasing vs. owning debate. Some dentists argue owning your practice’s real estate is best, and some argue leasing is best. 

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