New Dentist/Associate Placement
You’ve successfully navigated your way through dental school and are now prepared to begin your career. Years of course work and hands-on training have equipped you with the necessary skills to provide excellent dental care to your patients. Now you’re faced with a multitude of choices as to what happens next: do you enter an existing practice as an associate, start your practice, or buy an established one? These are complex decisions to navigate, each with its professional and financial implications. The common thread connecting them is that this is the true beginning of your professional journey, and you want to get started on the right foot.
The most notable is that you desire professional growth. At Dental Systems Optimization we understand that finding the right environment to provide patient care is instrumental in your success. We’re serious about providing you with a personalized experience to help you make the choice that best fits your needs. Understanding factors such as why you entered the field of dentistry, what do you enjoy doing most in the clinical setting, and what are some of your short and long-term goals will allow us to gain a better understanding of who you are as a professional.
Unlike recruiting or placement services, we apply this personalized approach to every aspect of your professional development. At DSO, our approach to helping you make the right decision looks different than that of our competitors. We are more focused on relationship-based planning for your career that guarantees to provide a long-term career. By matching the characteristics that make you stand out with an innovative marketing plan that is results-driven, DSO can help by making the search for a practice simple.
Take control of your new journey by contacting one of our trusted consultants to discuss your career options.
- If buying, we help you find the right fit
- Production analysis and goal setting
- Selecting the right entity structure
- Business Loans that make sense
- Allocating the purchase
- Fee Analysis and Chart Audit
- Retirement Plan strategies
- Debt management
- Investment Allocation
- Insurance analysis and review
- Goals-based planning
- Education savings for dependents
- Income tax minimization
- Wealth management