Secure Funding for Your Dental Practice Purchase - Henry Schein Dental Practice Sales

Expert Lending Solutions for Buying a Dental Practice - Get Started Now!

When you're buying a dental practice, you'll need to consider many factors. As independent advisors, we can help you explore all the lending solutions that banks and building societies offer to fit your unique needs.

Viability Checking

Stage 1

Review Current Assets and Liabilities

Understanding your current financial situation allows us to determine the additional amount you can borrow for your dental practice purchase.

Stage 2

Finding a Dental Practice

I Have Found a Dental Practice I Like

Stage 3

Supply Details and Accounts of Dental 
Practice Found

Stage 4

Create Business Case Package and Approach 14 Banks for Best Deal and Rates

Stage 5

Review Insurances Required by Banks and Put These in Place

Get Expert Lending Solutions for Your Dental Practice Purchase

At Henry Schein Dental Practice Sales, we understand the significance of securing funding for your dental practice purchase. Our expert advisors are here to guide you through the process and help you explore the best lending solutions tailored to your needs.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to our most frequently asked questions from our clients.

Do I need to be a Dentist to buy a practice?

An important factor to bear in mind when acquiring a dental practice involves adhering to the regulatory standards set by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and the NHS, particularly for those participating in the purchase. It's essential to have at least one partner or clinical lead registered with the General Dental Council (GDC) to legally own a dental practice.

What is an EBITDA?

Do I need a dental specialist solicitor?

How much can I borrow?

What is the difference between freehold, leasehold and long lease?

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