Are worries about your practice keeping you up at night? Do you wish you had help but not sure where to turn or who to trust?


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Are worries about your practice keeping you up at night? Do you wish you had help but not sure where to turn or who to trust?

ADMC can help you connect with dentistry’s top professional advisors.

Our consultants are high-level business professionals with industry and topic-specific experience that helps the practice improve performance and grow by solving problems and finding a new and better way to do things. The dental consultant has the expertise and knowledge to help you strategically plan, make decisions and grow your business.

Why choose an ADMC consultant?

ADMC members offer services and solutions for the everyday challenges you face owning and operating a dental practice. We consult in a variety of areas for both the general and specialty practice. Our members are devoted to a professional code of ethics and are vetted through a strict application, review and approval process.


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Common problems/challenges that most general and specialty dental practices experience that consultants help resolve:

  • Acquiring New Patients / Marketing Solutions
  • Patient Retention
  • Systems (Lack of or Inefficiencies)
  • Goal Setting
  • Embezzlement/Fraud
  • Financial
  • Compliance Issues / Concerns (OSHA / HIPAA / Risk Management)
  • Case Acceptance/Treatment Presentation
  • Communication / Leadership / Team Building / Human Resources
  • Transitions / Start up
  • Clinical Areas of Focus

Benefits of Working with an ADMC Consultant: 


1. Outside Eyes on Your Business

Benefit from the objective perspective of an outsider who can identify and solve specific challenges. 

2. Supplement the Team   

It can be less costly to work with a consultant vs. hiring a new team member. Consultants work for the length of time and specific project that you need. 

3. Realize short-term goals 

Hiring an expert consultant helps you realize short-term goals at a reasonable cost while keeping employees happy and motivated.

4. Catalyst for Change

A consultant is goal oriented, objective, and makes suggestions and sets strategies into motion. 

5. Tools and Resources

Learn skills and strategies that will benefit the practice long after the consultant departs.

6. Track Record. 

Your consultant can offer a complimentary consultation to determine fit, references and contact with past clients before contracting.


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