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From The CriticsReviewer: Robert R Foreman, DDS (University of Maryland Baltimore College of Dental Surgery)
Description: This book details the basic concepts and perspectives necessary for making dental practice transition decisions.
Purpose: The emphasis is on providing essential information for decision making not typically found in one resource.
Audience: Dental students or residents trying to decide what's next are the intended audience. Associate dentists looking forward to practice ownership also would be wise to invest in this reference. Although they are not practicing dentists, the authors have assembled a cast of notable contributors including experts in practice sales/transitions and practice management/consulting, and several "wet-fingered" dentists to lend their unique perspective to the topic.
Features: The book goes beyond practice transitions to address the many issues encountered in managing a dental practice. Setting fees, financial policy, appointment control, and marketing the practice are but a few examples. While the authors attempt to touch on many topics that arguably may deserve greater individual attention, they compensate by offering additional resources for readers in several chapters.
Assessment: This would be a wonderful book for senior dental students and dental residents who are planning for their future.