The dental office lease is a very costly and long-term commitment. In fact, real estate costs are second only to payroll in operating a practice.
Dental tenants take on twice the financial risk as do landlords. Yet, landlords always offer leases that are skewed to their favor, which is always a detriment to the dental tenant.
Dental practice owners need a great location with market-savvy economics, and a lease that is skillfully reviewed and negotiated for tenant protection at the highest level.
Dentists shouldn’t have to worry about the real estate portion of their practice – they should have the freedom to focus on case acceptance.