Dental Business Plan

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If you are staring a dental office, there are many things that you will need to consider. Among these are the location, market positioning, and size of the operation. Pro Business Plans has helped many dentists to create professional plans for investment and strategy. This article outlines what the business plan typically includes and how it should be structured.

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Dental Business Plan

When creating a custom business plan for a dental company, there are several things that you should consider. For instance, the location and expense structure of the operation will be two distinguishing factors. A dental practice based in New York City will be entirely different than one based in Mobile, Alabama. The prices charged and expense structure will fluctuate and the attention the customers receive will fluctuate, including the method of acquiring new customers.

Business Model

The business model for a dental office business plan is relatively straightforward, but the spectrum of services offered and prices charged may vary. For instance, some may offer checkups, emergency, and repair surgeries. Structuring the business model based on your company’s unique needs will help to prepare a more effective marketing strategy and more accurate financial projections that will build a stronger investment case.




Marketing Plan

The marketing strategy of business plan for a dental company will be based on a low cost and trackable method of acquiring customers. Many new dental companies make the mistake of taking a shotgun marketing approach, but a more effective method may be to acquire a presence on web directories and using search engine marketing to appear at the top of rankings when people search for dental services within the proximity of your services you provide.




Financial Projections

The financial projections for a dental company are based upon several factors including the patient turnover level, regional price for services, and any additional products or services sold. Since most dental companies operate in a similar structure, a three to five-year projection period will be relatively consistent to the national average. However, the forecasts should be adjusted to meet regional sales variance based on the demand. It may also help to adjust the financials for the specific rent costs and other regional fees, such as the price of salaries and state tax structure. These variances may directly impact your company’s profitability, in addition to the specific amount that you should request in order to finance the startup expenses.




What is Included in Our Custom Dental Business Plan?


  • Marketing Plan
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Competitive Analysis
  • Profitability Analysis
  • Personnel Plan
  • Organizational Chart
  • Company Valuation
  • Executive Summary
  • Company Description
  • Keys to Success
  • Three Year Objectives
  • Product or Service Description
  • Market Research
  • Fundraising Support
  • 12 Month & 3 Year Profit & Loss
  • 3 Year Balance Sheet
  • 12 Month & 3 Year Sales Forecast
  • 12 Month & 3 Year Cash Flows
  • Break-Even Analysis
  • Financial Ratio Analysis
  • Management Team

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