Client Testimonials

"AFTCO was there every step of the way to make sure all deadlines were met."

Valerie A. Drake, D.D.S.
Harlingen, TX

"My AFTCO Analyst was extremely attentive, reassuring and ALWAYS responded to my concerns in a most rapid manner - very reassuring that I was a priority client."

Dale T. Jacobs, D.D.S.
Dallas, TX

"I found working with my AFTCO Analyst to be a true joy. He is knowledgeable, courteous, and he definitely goes the extra mile in helping make the process go as smoothly as possible. I have thoroughly enjoyed working with him and will highly recommend him to anyone I come across who is looking for practice transition assistance."

Kenneth B. Rundle, D.D.S.
Highland, IN

"My AFTCO Analyst made the practice purchase process smooth and relatively stress-free. He was extremely responsive to emails and always accessible by phone. He was informative and funny. He would preemptively call just to check in on me and to ask if there was anything I needed. From the first conversation to confirming the bill of sale, my AFTCO Analyst was a joy to work with and I will absolutely recommend AFTCO to any of my colleagues that are in the search for the perfect practice. My AFTCO Analyst and AFTCO have my highest regards!"

Laura C. Bridges, D.M.D.
Valrico, FL

Closing Announcements

William D. Foster, D.D.S. has acquired the practice of Joel R. Sharow, D.M.D.
- Franklin, TN

Milad A. Saad, D.M.D. has acquired the practice of Shanthi Nallasamy, D.M.D. and Uday S. Madampatti, D.M.D.
- Waukegan, IL

John A. Welch, D.D.S. has acquired the practice of Randall L. Burnight, D.D.S.
- Sioux City, IA

Travis L. Kendall, D.D.S. has acquired the practice of William E. Bussey, D.D.S.
- Longview, TX

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What % should clinical supplies be for a general dental practice?

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