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Partnerships built for success

Our Partners continue to thrive across Canada – but don't just take it from us, hear about their stories from them.

Read on to learn more about the real results of dentalcorp partnership.

dentalcorp Partnership Case Studies

Dr. Bill Toews

Comox, BC
Partner since 2018

Dr. Toews spent three decades building his dental practice in Comox, British Columbia. Planning ahead for his future, Dr. Toews was looking for a way to get his capital out of the practice, and find a partner who could help his practice navigate the increased complexity of compliance and regulatory issues.

However, younger associate dentists that he approached were reluctant to take on the responsibilities of ownership. This led Dr. Toews to look for a reliable purchaser that would provide ongoing strategic resources and support.

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Dr. Bill Toews

Dr. Christian Bernard

Dr. Christian Bernard

Quebec City, QC
Partner since 2020

Two decades into practicing dentistry, Dr. Bernard’s clinic continued to experience steady growth. However, with a growing practice came increased responsibilities. Dr. Bernard’s daily operational tasks were taking his attention away from his love for practicing dentistry.

Dr. Bernard needed a solution to alleviate some of his managerial workload so he could focus more attention on patient care.

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Dr. Scott MacLean

Halifax, NS
Partner since 2020

A self-described Mr. Fix-it, Dr. MacLean built a successful practice by solving the problems of his patients through the highest quality of dental care.

However, as his practice grew, administrative burdens took Dr. MacLean’s focus away from his patients.

Frustrated by his divided attention, Dr. MacLean began looking for ways to continue to advance his practice without being tied down by its day-to-day operational tasks.

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Dr. Scott MacLean

Dr. Christian Bernard

Dr. Tom Roozendaal

Duncan, BC
Partner since 2018

Dr. Tom Roozendaal has spent his career building a successful practice that is rooted in exceptional patient care in Duncan, British Columbia. Realizing that productivity and earnings were likely at an all-time high, Dr. Roozendaal sought to extract value from the practice he worked so hard to build and began to plan for the future.

However, Dr. Roozendaal was acutely aware of the challenges associated with selling a practice. Early in his career, while working as an associate at other practices, Dr. Roozendaal saw how ownership transitions can lead to loss of autonomy and internal communication breakdowns, which ultimately detract from patient care.

Dr. Roozendaal wanted a partnership that would not disrupt his practice and allow him to maintain his professional independence.

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