Client Testimonials

"After practicing dentistry for 39 years and not knowing all my options to transition out or downgrade my time in my dental practice, my AFTCO Analyst was very professional and clear about how we could do that. I never felt any pressure and he was there 24/7 to answer all my questions. I have been very pleased on how easy this very difficult decision has been and the results that have occurred. I would highly recommend AFTCO's services to any of my colleagues."

Paul R. Gordon, D.D.S.
Knoxville, TN

"I was very satisfied and impressed by my AFTCO Analyst. He not only represented the seller in the sale, but was very helpful to me to understand the aspects of the transaction. I would highly recommend my AFTCO Analyst to anyone interested in selling or buying a practice."

Billy S. Pealock, D.M.D.
Lawrenceville, GA

"My AFTCO Analyst was very helpful and attentive to my numerous needs during the acquisition of my dental practice. I appreciate everything he did and if I were to do it again, he'd be at the top of my list to call!"

Courtney L. Beussink, D.D.S.
Marble Hill, MO

"My AFTCO Analyst did an outstanding job under pressure with a deadline closing date. Very professional and efficient."

William A. Lewcyk, D.M.D.
Verona, NJ

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What should the overhead percentage be for a general dental practice?

When you recognize the clinical and management compensation as an overhead expense, the overhead percentage should be 80% to 85% of annual gross collections for a well run general dental practice.
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What should the overhead percentage be for a general practice?

When you recognize the clinical and management compensation as an overhead expense, the overhead percentage should be 80% to 85% of annual gross collections for a well run general dental practice.
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Can the existing owner of a practice offer to "buy" a restrictive covenant from the associate with no contract?

Absolutely. The best thing the owner of a practice can do when he wants to sell his practice (and has an associate with no contract working in the practice) is to offer to pay $5000 or $10,000 to the associate as consideration for a restrictive covenant that can be transferred to a new purchaser.
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