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Managing a dental practice today is more complex than ever. Procurement of new patients, corporate dentistry competition, employee embezzlement, innovative marketing and back-office operation issues are just a few of the challenges plaguing dentists today.

We Know the Business of Dentistry

Working with more than 300 dental practices nationwide, dentists across the nation rely on the dental CPAs of Doeren Mayhew’s Dental Division to provide high-caliber support to overcome obstacles and secure your practice goals.

Dental CPA Services

  • Tax planning for dentists
  • Business planning for dental practices
  • General accounting services
  • Bookkeeping for dental practices
  • Virtual CEO and temp CEO services
  • Benchmarking for dental practices
  • Demographic studies and site selection
  • Cost/feasibility analysis
  • Long-term business plans
  • Long-term personal financial planning for dentists
  • Financial health tracking
  • Embezzlement and fraud audits
  • Practice valuations
  • Exiting planning
  • Buy- and sell-side advisory
  • Associate contracts
  • Operating agreements for dental practices
  • Dental practice start-ups
  • Seminars and training by  experienced dental CPAs
  • And many more dental CPA services

Dental Accounting Resources and Technologies


Does a dentist need an accountant?

If you are a dental professional with taxable income, it is highly recommended you hire a dentist CPA to help your practice with complicated tax issues exclusive to dentists.

Why have a dental CPA?

Dental CPAs can assist in important decisions impacting your tax liability, including selecting an entity type, protecting assets, minimizing taxes, maximizing deductions and much more.

What does a dental accountant do?

Dental accountants manage the bookkeeping, audit preparation, accounting, tax preparation and more for a dental office.

What can a dentist write off?

Under Section 179, dentists can write off most qualifying purchases, including new equipment and technology, up to $1.05 million in the year it is purchased. Much like other small businesses, dentists can also write off business meals, qualifying expenses, office supplies, salaries, education, advertising and more.

For more information on Doeren Mayhew’s dental practice accounting service offerings, contact our team of dental CPAs today.

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