Coronavirus impact on dental practices: Is selling your practice now genius or insane? [Video]

April 2, 2020
Large dental practice advisor Chip Fichtner discusses how his business helps practices find "silent partner" investors. What exactly does that mean?

In this latest video in the series about COVID-19 and dentists, Dr. Pamela Maragliano-Muniz asks Chip Fichtner to explain what a silent partner means for a dental practice. These companies are actually still looking at practices, even during these uncertain times. Dentists who decide to take on these silent partners will find that the partner’s resources can lead to more freedom to practice dentistry. During this particular time of office shutdowns, these groups can also help dentists recover. Is this something you might be interested in for your practice? If so, how do you go about learning more?

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Editor's note: This video is ninth in a DentistryIQ webinar series that addresses the impact of coronavirus on the dental industry. Subsequent episodes will be posted in the DentistryIQ Coronavirus Resource Center.