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Running an dental practice needs support from partner organisations and authorities. At Rangewell, we know the key bodies serving the sector.
At Rangewell we recognise your professional status, and we work harder to find you better solutions - which can include 100% finance for many of your needs.
There are many bodies and associations for dentists and for people working in the dental industry. We can introduce them
Being able to call on the support of professional associations and partner organisations can provide vital support for running a successful, and profitable, dental practice - and to comply with the ever-growing list of legislation and regulations.
These partner bodies provide a number of services include training, recruitment, career development - plus the opportunity to share issues and to create a voice for the dental profession. They are joined by trade and buying groups that will influence the business side of your practice.
Having professional representation to reflect your interests at a local and national level can be vital for the future of the industry - and of your dental or squat dental practice.
The Rangewell Dental Services Directory
At Rangewell, we support the dental profession in the UK, and have put together a directory of individuals and bodies who can help you support your business, including:
- Sales and acquisition agents
- Equipment suppliers
- Legal Services
- Media services
News and developments
Being fully informed about the professional issues affecting your dental practice is vital - as is the ability to contribute to debates on the key issues, and to be sure of having representation on the topics that affect you and your practice. The developments from suppliers, researchers and equipment manufacturers will be announced and reviewed by professional bodies - as will news from legislators and regulators. You need their insights - and their objective views of new ideas.
Knowing the issues that will affect your practice will help you plan ahead, rather than be forced to react. Being forewarned about new regulations and legislation can help you join the debate - and if necessary help you add your voice to push back against them.
Professional bodies can bring you a wide range of advice, guidance and tools to support your professional needs and development. This can help you focus on both your practice as a business and on the standard of care you deliver.
Services can include legal support from in-house teams, advice on clinical matters and on the delivery of enhanced services.
They also recognise that, as well as providing a vital clinical service, your practice must be a successful and profitable business. So if you are setting up a new practice or seeking ways to move it forwards, they can call upon ample experience to provide the answers you need.
From your first squat practice to your retirement, the professional bodies can help.
The partner bodies help to shape the future of the industry through lobbying and policy work, using their official status to influence and persuade policymakers and decision-makers serving the profession. Their work includes consultations with government, regulators and healthcare bodies, to explain the views of professionals in the dental sector.
They can influence the government, media and public opinion, raising the issues that matter to you as a practice owner and, ultimately, helping you to improve patient care.
They can give you a voice through their policy positions, consultations and campaigns - and ensure that your interests are represented.
Health and wellbeing
Many bodies make support services available to their members in the dental profession. Issues like advice and support on your own health and wellbeing, avoiding excessive stress, and providing practical help with health issues can be important.
Finding the partners who can support your dental practice
At Rangewell, we work with dentists across the UK. We help them secure the finance they need, from the launch of their business to its eventual sale. It has helped us build contacts with many professional bodies serving the sector.
We are always happy to share our network of contacts. Please call us on 020 3318 2613.
Joining the Rangewell Dental Services Directory
Does your association serve the dental sector? Please contact us to discuss how your organisation can be included in our database. There is no charge to be included in our dental directory ‘ecosystem’.
Call us now on our dental support line 020 3318 2613.
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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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Borrowing may be a long-term commitment, with ongoing monthly repayments which will affect your cashflow.
If you sell your business, you may need to repay your borrowing.
Lending will be secured on your practice, but you may be personally responsible for repayment with some types of loan.