Summary: Smilebliss Orthodontics has reached 30 locations in 14 states, offering a unique support model that allows orthodontists to maintain ownership while achieving significant financial success and growth.

Key Takeaways:

  • Smilebliss Orthodontics’ model provides extensive support and resources without requiring orthodontists to give up ownership, leading to rapid practice growth and high financial returns.
  • The company offers a viable alternative to traditional DSO models, catering to orthodontists seeking to retain autonomy while benefiting from robust practice support.

Smilebliss Orthodontics announced a new milestone, reaching 30 locations in 14 states. According to the company, individual SmileBliss start-up practices achieve an average of 600 new patient starts and more than $2M in net production within the first year.

Unique Support Model

“The Smilebliss model provides orthodontists with the support of a DSO structure without giving up a portion of ownership. It is not just a turnkey orthodontic practice; it’s a pathway to success. With our model, practice owners and teams are fully prepared, trained, and ready for a stream of potential patient leads from day one,” said Angela Weber, president of Smilebliss Orthodontics. “This approach, combined with our fully developed brand and marketing system, paves the way for practices to grow quickly and efficiently. The financial success of Smilebliss practice owners tells our story the best.”

Comprehensive Practice Support

Smilebliss Orthodontics helps orthodontic practice owners identify high-growth markets, execute marketing strategies, incorporate efficient revenue cycle management systems, negotiate equipment and supplies at a discount, and implement systems to lay the foundation for growth.

“We’ve been approached by many orthodontists looking for an alternative to selling their practice and being employed by a DSO,” said Weber. “The market is looking for something different. Fortunately, Smilebliss is the answer for many looking to receive practice support, increase production, and have more options for their future. This is an opportunity to be in business for yourself but not by yourself.”

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