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Dental Practice Ownership: It's Not for Everyone Anymore

Originally published on DrBicuspid.com, March 25, 2019

Practice ownership models are changing in dentistry. In the wake of entrepreneurial, corporate dentistry, and long-term associateships more doctors are opting not to own, or are getting out of ownership, and that’s okay. Dental students and practicing dentists may sometimes consider how deciding not to own can be used to their advantage, how negotiating contracts can maximize their leverage as non-owners, and why the ownership model of ages past is not working for everyone anymore.

First and foremost, deciding on which route to take starts with identifying which profile of doctor you are...


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Joe Jordan
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Joe Jordan

Joseph D. Jordan, JD, is a North Carolina licensed attorney working with doctors in the areas of dental practice acquisitions, transitions, and associateship placement.