Sell Your South Carolina Dental Practice with the Trusted Dental Transition Advisors at USDT

For dentists based in South Carolina, selling a dental practice can be an overwhelming and daunting task, but we are here to help. US Dental Transitions is a team of skilled professionals who can help guide you through the process so you are able to keep risks low and achieve your desired goals. Our dental transition advisors offer over 23 years of experience and have brokered more than 1,000 successful dental transitions.

Over the last 20+ years we have developed methodologies that:

  • Help the selling dentists achieve the highest value for their dental practice.
  • Ensure the practice’s goodwill is sustained both during and after the transfer to the buyer.
  • Patients continue to experience the dental care that they have grown accustomed to receiving.

Seller-Focused Dental Transitions in South Carolina

Founded by Bill Adams, DDS (Emory), USDT understands the very personal nature of transitioning your practice. We have helped over 1,000 dentists transition their practice to other dentists who share similar values and philosophy for all practice types, including:

  • General Practice
  • Pediatric Dentistry
  • Oral Surgery Practice
  • Periodontics
  • Orthodontics
  • Endodontics
  • Prosthodontics

USDT assists dentists all across South Carolina with dental practice transitions in communities like Charleston, Columbia, Greenville, Myrtle Beach, Spartanburg, Hilton Head Island, and more.

Meet Robin, Your Transition Advisor in South Carolina

Robin Turner, DDS

Dr. Robin Turner practiced dentistry for 30 years before joining US Dental Transitions in 2008. She had one of the largest private practices in the United States and was rated in the top 1% of solo practitioners. She has consulted and assisted with hundreds of practices and prides herself in helping South Carolina doctors, staff, and patients with a seamless transition. Robin is a graduate of Georgetown Dental School.

Key Considerations Before Selling Your South Carolina Dental Practice

Before selling your South Carolina dental practice, there are a few key factors to consider. First, we recommend sitting down and thinking about your goals as well as discussing those goals with your family. Ask yourself the questions below to see if you’re really ready to sell your dental practice. If you’re struggling, you can always reach out to our dental practice sales professionals who can answer any questions you may have and start a dialogue to help you better understand your desires and goals.

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    Desire to Work?
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    for the Sale?
  • Dental Considerations IconWhat are Your Plans
    After Selling?
Why Choose USDT Dental Transition

Why Choose USDT to
Transition Your Practice?

When you work with USDT, you can focus on practicing dentistry while we do the work of selling your business:

  • To avoid conflicts of interest, USDT only represents sellers, and we never charge buyers.
  • To protect your confidentiality, all buyers must sign a non-disclosure agreement with USDT.
  • Our proprietary valuation software has proven to be extremely reliable.
  • We use market-trending data and benchmark expense trends to maximize your sale value.
  • Our streamlined seller information request package helps our clients efficiently gather their practice data. Comprehensive information helps to attract the best buyers and to get the transactions approved by the banks.

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South Carolina Dental Practice Appraisals

Our team will work closely with you to determine your goals for the sale and the best way to market your South Carolina practice.

  • Practice Productivity: What are past and present practice figures, and how marketable is your practice?
  • Area Desirability: How many dental practices are nearby, and is this a high-growth area?
  • Transferability: How easily can staff and patients be transferred to new ownership?
  • Years in Practice in the Area: Is it an established practice? How long has the practice been open and what sort of reputation does it have?
  • Equipment: How old is the dental equipment at your practice?

Get a Practice Valuation

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  • Seller Contacts USDT
  • On-site Visit
  • Valuation Process
  • Co-Author & Advertising
  • NDA for Potential Buyer
  • Location Tour & Buyer/Seller
  • Closing & Transitioning


Guiding Your Transition

Selling your dental practice is a life-changing, emotional event, and the process isn't as simple as posting a "For Sale" sign. The experts at USDT have 20+ years of experience guiding dentists through the complexities of selling their practices. Learn about our process.

Seller Contacts USDT

Initial information is gathered from the seller so we know which Transition Advisor to assign. The Advisor schedules a 30-minute consultation to discuss market conditions, what the doctor can expect the value of their practice to be, and what to expect after the sale. We will send the doctor a valuation packet and a sample listing agreement. This will prepare the doctor for the on-site visit.

On-site Visit

The on-site visit allows the doctor and the Transition Advisor an opportunity to meet so that the Advisor can tour the office, take photos of the practice, answer any questions the doctor may have, and discuss and review the practice valuation packet. This is an important time for the doctor to explain their treatment and practice philosophy, as well as staff management.

Valuation Process

US Dental Transitions requires a signed listing agreement and a completed Practice Valuation Data Packet, 3 years of Tax Returns, and Production by Procedure Code reports. Once we receive this information, it will take approximately 10 days to complete the core components of the practice valuation.

Co-author & Advertising

Your Transition Advisor will draft the advertisement and you will approve the ad prior to it being published. Ads are published on approximately 10 sites/journals. In addition, we will contact doctors who have previously requested information for the area via email, phone calls, and other marketing efforts. We have a database of over 100,000 dentists and we have the ability to contact 5,000 dentists at one time.

NDA for Potential Buyer

All buyers are required to sign a non-disclosure agreement prior to seeing any practice data. Buyers need bank pre-approval prior to meeting the seller.

Location Tour & Buyer/Seller Introduction

The buyer will tour the office and discuss practice philosophy with the seller. If the buyer is interested, a Letter of Intent (LOI) is created and presented to the seller. If the LOI is accepted, the buyer’s due diligence period begins. Simultaneously, there is a contract term agreement, formal bank approval, and other steps to close the sale.

Closing & Transitioning

Every practice transition is different, so your Transition Advisor will work with you to make recommendations based on your specific situation. Your Advisor will guide you through this process with suggestions on how to build relationships with staff and patients.

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