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Running your dental practice demands a range of professional support. At Rangewell, we not only help you secure funding, we can help you find the professionals you need.

Acquiring, running or selling a dental practice? You can get support from professionals with expertise in the dental sector here.

You run a professional dental practice - it not only deserves professional support, it must have it to succeed.

But general business advisors and those providing support services may not be able to deliver the expertise you need. You must have professional support from experts with experience of the dental profession.

At Rangewell, we support UK businesses. As part of our commitment to your success, we have put together a directory of professionals who can provide the support you need - and made it free for you to use.

So, if you find you need professional expertise, call us for details of the individuals, businesses and practices who can help your business.

Accountants

The accountancy profession includes firms and individuals with specialist interests and a focus on specific sectors. Those with a focus on the dental profession have knowledge which more generalised accountants may not be aware of.

That knowledge can make a big difference to your financial situation. An accountant who really understands the profession can help you maximise your profits and minimise your tax liabilities. Their understanding of key factors like NHS contracts can mean important financial advantages for the practices they work with.

See why you need a specialised accountant for your dental practice.

Advisors

Running a dental practice naturally requires you to be aware of the latest developments and techniques. As a professional, you will be fully aware of what these new ideas are and how they can impact your patient care.

But running a dental practice also means running a business.

Advisors to the dental profession can provide key knowledge on every aspect of your practice as a business - from help selecting management software to planning your future growth.

Find out more about the help a dental practice advisor can provide you.

Sales and acquisition agents

Buying or selling your practice may be the most important financial transaction you ever make.

If you are looking for a business to buy, either as a first practice or as a branch which will complement your existing activities, you need a sales and acquisition specialist. As well as knowing businesses for sale in your region, agents provide additional services, such as surveys, valuations and reports, which can help you support funding applications and planning permission requests.  

A specialist agent may also be essential when you are ready to retire or want to move on, and are ready to sell your existing business.

Planning a dental practice acquisition or disposal? Look here to find the help you need.

Equipment providers

You will want to work with high quality clinical and diagnostic apparatus. But your equipment needs do not stop there. You will need an IT system to streamline the running of your business, and to ensure you can provide a professional approach to patient record keeping, appointments and billing.

Specialised equipment suppliers can answer all your needs - and knowing the suppliers working in the sector can help you shop around and save. You can find details of suppliers for the dental profession here.

Legal services

Running any business will demand the support of legal services. Contracts must be drawn up with staff, suppliers and landlords. The challenges are even greater for your dental practice: negotiations with public authorities and health bodies must all require carefully worded agreements informed by knowledge of the procedures and protocols required.

Buying and selling a practice or drawing up partners and lenders agreements must also be legally watertight, and reflect the requirements of the profession.

See how expertise across the dental sector is vital to provide the legal support you need.

Media Partners

The dental sector is served by a number of media partners providing news, insight and analysis. It is vital to keep you informed about the latest developments in the profession - from legislation to products and technology.

Both online and print media are available. They allow readers to keep abreast of the news and other content - and offer the opportunity to communicate, contribute to debates and advertise to support your business objectives.

See how specialist media partners can help you and your dental business.

Partners

There are many bodies and associations supporting dental professionals. Their services include training, recruitment, career development and a range of activities, from lobbying groups to charities.

Working with these partners could be important for your practice. See why here.

Valuers

If you are planning a sale, acquisition or merger, or seeking funding for your dental practice, getting accurate valuations and costings will be essential.

A generalist business valuer will not be able to provide the understanding of the dental profession you need - specialist knowledge is necessary.

Experienced valuers can provide reasoned and informed advice, underpinned by access to comparable and contemporary trading and transactional evidence. Their work is authoritative, and will be recognised and accepted by banks, institutions and industry operators.

At Rangewell, we know the leading market specialists, and can introduce you to the surveyors and valuers who work with the dental profession. See how they can help you here.

Joining the Rangewell dental services directory

Are you a professional with expertise in supporting the dental sector? Please contact us to discuss being included in our database. There is no charge for professionals who wish to be featured in our ‘ecosystem’ directory.

Call us now on our Dental Support Line: 020 3318 2613.

I needed an accountant who understood how the dental profession works - and especially how I could maximise the value of my NHS contract.
A high street solicitor will never understand the finer points of running a dental practice., Rangewell’s directory found us a specialist who knew the legal issues we work with.
Rangewell found the funding we needed to buy another practice - and their directory had the experts to take care of drawing up the contracts, the valuations - and even bring in new staff.

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  • What type of commercial loans are available with practice financing?

  • What kinds of dental finance are there - including personal goodwill loans, practice financing, hire purchase, leasing, tax efficient borrowing solutions, credit lines and fixed rate equipment finance - from specialist lenders to give you peace of mind on loan products for any purpose.

  • How can Dental Finance benefit my dental practice?

  • How can they provide extra funds for you - without reducing funds available for your business?

  • Why you must find the right lender to cut costs

  • Is it important to use lenders that are authorised and regulated by the financial conduct authority for business loans?

  • The downsides of borrowing 

  • What finance options are available for the dental industry for pieces of equipment - can I own equipment outright or is it or is it highly recommended to head down the route of leasing your equipment?

  • Do Asset Finance solutions incude dental equipment leasing?

  • What paperwork will you need?

  • Can terms be as long as 25 years for financing my practice premises?

  • Can I apply for finance to help with practice cash flow? 

  • Guarantees and security

  • Is is better to use finance brokers when looking for practice finance?

  • Key Terms to check

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