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Start Your Dental Practice

In every episode, we aim to demystify the “how to start a dental practice” problem by bringing on world-class influencers and consults in the dental industry to pick their brain about how to get past the barriers involved from no practice, to practice owner, to successful practice.
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Jul 5, 2017

Aside from graduating dental school, there are very few moments in the course of your dental career that are more important than when you sign the lease for your 1st (or 3rd) dental practice location.

It’s scary. It’s exciting. And if we’re being honest, a little overwhelming.

Did you pay too much? Did you choose the right location? Did you protect yourself legally if anything goes wrong?

At the same time, purchasing a practice means you have tremendous opportunity to grow and scale your services and patient base.

Which is why I’m excited to introduce today’s guest Norman Gelfand. Norman is the founder and president of Gelfand Group and is an expert in commercial real estate with over 20+ years of experience. He’s helped hundreds of dental practice owners negotiate a lease that gives them the best chance to succeed.

In our chat today, he shares everything he knows about how to ensure you sign a lease that makes sense for you.

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Here are a few things you'll discover in today's episode

  • The 3-4 things Norman looks for in every dental practice lease when helping dentists find their new location.
  • Why Norman insists on asking several very specific questions when working with his clients.
  • The biggest mistakes most dentists make when choosing their lease terms and how to avoid them.
  • How Norman has helped dentists save hundreds of thousands of dollars in the life of their lease.

And much more.

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Free Episode Bonus

Negotiating a dental lease is a complicated process, and just one mistake can affect you for many years to come. Fortunately, there’s the information and resources out there that can help you make the right call.

As a bonus for today, Norman has offered to share his article “The Questions You Must Ask Before You Sign Your Lease.” If you’re in the process of purchasing a new dental practice location, you’ll definitely want to check out the tips he shares.

To get the bonus, simply text PRACTICE to 33444. Again, that’s PRACTICE to 33444 or visit startyourdentalpractice.com/bonus if you’re outside of the US.

You’ll also receive updates on the latest episodes of Start Your Dental Practice, helpful tips for owning and running a practice, and promotional opportunities direct to your inbox.

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