Dental Practice Transitions

Worried About Retiring?

What happens to your dental practice when you retire? Is the sale and transition of your dental practice keeping you up at night? Don't worrywe've got answers.


Find Your Answers


You've got a lot of questions about retirement, and you should, whether you've been in your dental practice for decades or just a few years. There are a lot of things to consider, like:
  • When do I start planning my practice transition?
  • How do I know when I'm ready to retire?
  • When should I hire an associate for a potential transition?
  • Are there different types of dental transitions?


Thankfully, you've found a partner who can help. We've handled plenty of successful practice transitions for our clients, and know how to handle it all:
  • Practice Transition Planning
  • Types of Transitions
  • Tax Implications
  • Succession and Exit Plans
  • Retirement Savings

Working with Four Quadrants assures a smooth transition. Every client gets their own customized plan, aimed at netting the most money for retirement, affordability for your successor, and stability for your patients.

How We Work

It's not just about practice transitions, or practice management, or surprises come tax time, or retirement savings. It's about all of the above. Learn more about our approach, and how we take a 360-degree view of the entire financial picture to help your dental practice and personal finances soar to new heights.


See Our Process

Let's Get Started

Interested in talking more about a practice transition? Our experts will help you through every aspect, from transition timing to finances, contract negotiation, and more. Plan for a successful handoff and retire successfully with Four Quadrants Advisory.

Other Services

When you choose Four Quadrants, you won't suffer from different advisors handling different aspects of your dental practice. Our financial planners, tax advisors, and accountants are all on the same team, so your entire financial picture is successful.