Since you are reading this article, it's safe to assume that you have a pretty successful practice. You are probably in your mid-to-late thirties or forties, and your practice is grossing in the mid-six figures. You should be feeling pretty secure, comfortable and pleased by your success. Maybe, however, you are wondering “So, what's next?”
Dr. A owned a successful practice in a nice community. Three years earlier he hired a young dentist as an associate. This young man was a former patient who had known Dr. A for many years. He was a nice young man who seemed extremely grateful for the opportunity to join Dr. A’s practice. Dr. A was thinking about retiring in four or five years and thought the associate would be the perfect candidate to buy his practice from him when he was ready.
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