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Why the corporate dental practice model works (for some) and not so well for others

One-size-fits-all works for many products and services. However today’s dental practices call for a more tailored fit with regard to available business models.

In the mid-90’s over 90% of dentists owned their individual or small group practice. By 2015 the number of dentist owned practices dropped to below 85%.

Necessity or preference can drive you to look outside the proverbial “box.” A good example is the growing interest in corporate dentistry.

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Key Pros and Cons of Private and Corporate Dentistry Models

by Dr. Patrick Cassidy & Eddie Stephens

Seth Godin talks perspective in his book, Linchpin. And in principle perspective can help you navigate the ever evolving narrative about Private solo or group dentistry, and Corporate solo or group dentistry.

Godin shares the story of a first-class train passenger traveling through Spain. He has the good fortune of being seated next to the famous artist, Pablo Picasso.

The traveler takes advantage of his fortunate moment with the great Picasso. He asks, “Señor Picasso, you are a great artist, but why is all your art, all modern art, so screwed up? Why don’t you paint reality instead of these distortions?”

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