The right price

We show your practice in the best possible light, to get the best possible result.

We paint a picture of your practice, not just as it is, but as it could be.

Practice Sale Search uncovers your practice’s hidden wealth and potential to buyers, in order to maximise the return you get on your most valuable asset.


The right result

We recognise that, while price is important, it isn’t the only consideration.

Achieving the right result can also be about the personality of the purchaser, compatibility with the team and community, or the terms and timing of the sale. We have an extensive database of buyers, ranging from recent graduates right through to corporate interests.

Practice Sale Search partners with you to identify the success criteria of the sale and qualify the right buyers, so that you get the results you are looking for!

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Discreet and confidential

Practice Sale Search recognises that selling your dental practice is a discreet and sometimes sensitive process. We offer many different service levels of confidentiality and discretion.

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Dec 3 2018 - Case study
I reckon I have been one of the luckiest blokes in the world to be a dentist. I have no regrets in when and how I sold the practice, but one thing that the whole process brought home to me was the importance of having a will and, if you have a partner in life or in business, to make sure they have one too.
Dec 3 2018 - Simon Palmer And Harry Nicolaidis - Getting ready / preparing Practice sales
Once a buyer and seller have agreed to the price and terms of a practice sale, their lawyers’ roles should be straightforward. It should be a matter of documenting pre-negotiated elements of the deal, in a way that both protects their clients’ interests and minimises any potential exposure to risk.
Oct 1 2018 - Simon Palmer - Retirement Sell a dental practice
When a dentist is thinking about selling their practice, the focus of discussions with their spouses and advisers is usually on financial questions, like: “How much money will I need in order to retire?”. While this is discussed in detail over spreadsheets, with projections and budgets, a more secret, internal question is often plaguing the dentist late at night. Internally, many will be equally concerned with: “What am I if I am not a dentist?” and “What am I going to do with my time?”.