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Collections of $450K and SDE of $150K. Over 1,125 active patients. Ready to learn more? Contact Kaile Vierstra with Professional Transition Strategies at kaile@professional- transition.com or call 719-694-8320. We look forward to hearing from you!


Greater Kansas City


ASSOCIATE/BUYER WANTED: Great, progressive practice in west-central area. 2D scanner, all digital. Associateship lead- ing to purchase/straight purchase. Located 45 minutes to KC, two minutes to the lake. Live where everyone else spends weekends! Absolutely the perfect place to practice and raise a family! For info call 660-492-3290 or email jmsbourland@yahoo.com.


PRACTICE FOR SALE, WEST CENTRAL: State-of-the-art facility with all digital, 5 ops, outstanding team in place. Excellent area in which to raise a family with comfort yet conveniences. Within short driving distance to larger metropolitan areas. This established practice has developed a wonderful follow- ing in this very civic-oriented community. No Medicaid. New, large brick building is also available for purchase. Practice Code:


DPP1071R. For more info, email kathy@den- tistplacementprofessionals.com.


Central


GENERAL PRACTICE, SEDALIA: Practice in- cludes 1,903 active patients, 50% FFS; sched- uling for 3.25 days per week with revenues near $600K; 3 ops include digital x-ray units, new patient chair and patient LED light; high capacity compressor, suction, modern endo, perio and Tru Def scanner; paperless records; staff to stay; Great opportunity. Contact Dr. Gardner at 816-699-5287 or fgardner@ legacyptc.com for info.


Southwest


GENERAL PRACTICE, VERNON COUNTY: General Dental Practice for Sale in Vernon County. Grossing $500K+ per year with an average of 24 new patients per month. Seven days of hygiene per week. Beautiful stand- alone building with great visibility. Contact Kevin at kevin@omni-pg.com for more info. (MOD102)


Multi & Out-of-State Listings


PRACTICES FOR SALE, LEGACY PRACTICE TRANSITIONS: ST. LOUIS: This family practice has incredible cash flow col- lecting 1.4 million annually and packed with the latest dental technology. It has 5 ops. with Digital x-ray, CAD/CAM, Cone Beam, Digital Impression, a Laser … you name it, this practice has it! Selling doctor owns the real estate and is willing to help train on all the technology this practice has to offer. This practice has a mix of PPO & FFS in one of the most sought out areas in St. Louis. SOUTH COUNTY: Family Practice grossing $340K+ on 3 ops with room to expand. Great opportunity for growth as doctor is referring out Endo, Ortho and OS. It would be a great second office or satellite practice. ST. LOUIS SOUTH CITY: Partnership opportunity in a rapidly growing, well established family prac- tice. O’FALLON: A long-established family practice running out of 3 ops, grossing $370K with opportunity to grow. This practice has a very solid patient base and long-standing employees. I HAVE QUALIFIED BUYERS LOOKING for the right opportunity. Our ser- vices include appraising, purchasing, selling, merging, consolidating, colleague placement


CALL 800-232-3826 FOR A FREE PRACTICE APPRAISAL ($5,000 Value)


SARA BRATTON (UMKC 2011) acquired and merged practice of MICHAEL MCCLURE (UMKC 1979) in St. Joseph, MO


JEFFREY SLETTO (UMKC 2017) acquired and merged the practice of TERESA MORRIS (UTHC, SAN ANTONIO 1983) in Springfield, MO


PAUL ROSEL (UMKC 2007) acquired and merged the practice of SAMUEAL GUTOVITZ (UMKC 1985) in Olathe, KS


Raj Shah and Devin Shah, your trusted AFTCO consultants, are pleased to have represented all sellers in these transitions.


Practice Sales and Purchases Over $3.2 Billion | AFTCO.net ISSUE 5 | SEP/OCT 2020 | focus 35


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