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How to BUY A PRACTICE…facts and figures needed BEFORE you make an offer

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Jayme Amos



The first time you buy a dental practice you probably ask: How do doctors avoid buying the WRONG practice?


Here are 3 truths you need to know about “practice acquisitions”:

  1. It’s a complicated process
  2. The prices are high
  3. Analyzing the numbers is confusing!


On today’s episode, you’ll hear 3 of the most experienced names in dentistry dissect this complicated topic.


This may be the most REVEALING research you’ve ever heard about buying a dental practice.


When you listen today, you’ll hear questions AND answers like:

  • The metrics and CALCULATIONS that matter most
  • How to AVOID buying the wrong practice
  • Why PRACTICE PRICES keep going up (Shocking: it’s not other doctors)
  • The BEST practice to buy is __________
  • Who NOT to get advice from in this process
  • Should you buy the CASHFLOW in a practice?
  • How to analyze accurately – in an unbiased way
  • Lending: an insiders’ perspective
  • Which CLINICAL ASPECTS of an acquisition make sense


If you’ve ever wanted to buy your first dental practice, this is information you need to consider.

Join us!

When you listen on today’s discussion you’ll learn how to buy the RIGHT practice, the FIRST time.



  1. Get the Startup vs Acquisition VIDEO TRAINING from Jayme here
  2. Read the “2 Tests Comparison” article here 



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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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