Location. Location. Location. When it comes to starting any kind of business, location selection is critical and can have long-term consequences for the success or failure of your business. Dental practice startups are no different. Choosing the right location for your dental practice startup is essential. Time and care should be exercised in finding just the right location for your new dental practice.
Choosing the Right Location for Your Dental Practice Startup
It is first a good idea to consider what demographic you are targeting for your dental practice startup. What insurance and payment forms will you be accepting? Are your services more cosmetic? What age person is most likely to be using your services? Once you have pinned down your potential client base, finds those areas where those people live and start looking for locations from there.
You will also want to scope out other dental practices in the area. Do you offer different or similar services to those already existing practices? Are you filling a gap in services that the area could benefit from our will you be constantly in direct competition with nearby practices? Considering whether your practice will fill a gap in an area’s access to dental services or whether the area is already saturated with dental practices providing such services is important and should be a significant factor in determining where your dental practice startup should be located.
You want a location that is visible and well-positioned. This means that having a practice along a main road that has significant passersby can be a boon, to be sure. Ideally, the practice would be reasonably positioned between a residential area and places people often run errands, such as a grocery store. This will help ensure that people are driving by and seeing your practice often. Make sure your signage is clear and concise so people know what exactly they are driving by.
You want a location that is easily accessible as well as visible. People will quickly get annoyed with a practice that is hard to get to and whose parking lot is an absolute nightmare. These may seem like little things, but there will be other dental practice options out there and people will either consciously or subconsciously note these annoyances when they choose to stay or leave a practice.
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Location. Location. Location. This is a well-known phrase for a reason. Location is key. Make sure you invest the time and energy required of making sure you are choosing the right location to set your dental practice up for success. To assist you with selecting the best location as well as helping with all access of setting up your dental practice startup for a long and prosperous future, the dedicated dental law team at Mahan Dental Law is here for you. Contact us today.