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  • The Rise of Corporate Dentistry: Why Is Dental So Hot?

    Dental Service Organizations are on the rise.  Not only are the early adopters raising capital and trying to acquire as many practices as possible, but new players are entering the marketplace.  You hear all about the multiples that they’re paying (6-7.5 x EBITDA or a dental practice’s Earnings Befo … Read more »

  • Oral Health Article: DMC’s 2019 Dental Outreach Program…

    Here’s my latest article which is being published in the October 2019 edition of Oral Health magazine: The post Oral Health Article: DMC’s 2019 Dental Outreach Program… appeared first on DMC Lawyers. … Read more »

  • What’s My Practice Worth? Answer these 10 Questions to Find Out…

    We get called a lot on this topic every week: What’s My Practice Worth?  If DMC was to list it on DentalPlace.ca and run an open house, what would the offers come in at?  Well, given that we have been helping dentists sell / buy practices for the past 10 years, we’ve gotten to know what they’ll end … Read more »

  • Conservative Would Undo Liberal Small Business Tax Changes…

    I was quite pleased to read that Andrew Scheer, leader of the Conservative Party, announced that they would UNDO Justin Trudeau’s small business tax changes from 2018.  When Trudeau and his finance minister announced that he was going after small business – specifically, their ability to earn passiv … Read more »

  • Why I Refuse To Work With Broke-Ers

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Brokers Make You Broke-Er.  Simply put: they don’t add value to justify their fees.  But not only that – they actual do more harm in a transaction than good.  I’ve seen it first hand. They’re Not Lawyers.  But They Try To Be They didn’t go to university for … Read more »