21 dental acquisitions in Q1

Here are 21 acquisitions that took place in the dental industry during the first quarter of 2023:

  • Medical technology company Vivos Therapeutics acquired certain product rights and patents from Advanced Facialdontics.
  • United Dental Corp., a dental partnership organization, completed its second wave of practice acquisitions in the U.S.
  • Denver-based Espire Dental acquired Fox Creek Family Dental, a five-location dental practice in Colorado, and La Costa Dental Group in Encinitas, Calif.
  • Four Corners Property Trust, a real estate investment trust, acquired an Aspen Dental property for $1.9 million. It also purchased a Heartland Dental property for $2.2 million.
  • New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Premier Care Dental Management acquired Dental Designs of New England in Merrimack, N.H.; the practice of Scott Goldberg, DMD, in Billerica, Mass.; Vast Dental in Newton, Mass.; North Shore Implant & Oral Surgery Associates in Long Island, N.Y.; and Robert Emilio, DDS & Associates in Norwalk, Conn.
  • Las Vegas-based Dee for Dentist added a second location by acquiring Las Vegas Dentistry.
  • Brentwood, Tenn.-based Marquee Dental Partners acquired Parkside Family Dental in Louisville, Ky.
  • The University of Pikeville (Ky.) purchased a building from Appalachian Newspapers to house its upcoming dental school.
  • Ariz.-based Gen4 Dental Partners acquired Nashville (Tenn.) Aesthetic Dentistry.
  • P&R Dental Strategies acquired sister companies Dentistat and go2dental.com to improve its services and options for customers. 
  • Sarasota, Fla.-based Dental Care Alliance was acquired by Mubadala Investment Co., a sovereign investor based in the United Arab Emirates.
  • Cincinnati-based DSO Cordental Group acquired Cincinnati-based Rogers Family Dentistry and St. Louis-based Dr. Allan Link DMD.
  • Dental billing company eAssist Dental Solutions, a subsidiary of medical and dental supplier Henry Schein, acquired a majority stake in Unitas PPO Solutions.
  • Dental software company Planet DDS acquired Cloud 9 Software from investment firm Accel-KKR.
  • Medit, the third-largest 3D dental scanner manufacturer in the world, was acquired by South Korean private equity firm MBK Partners in a $1.9 billion deal.

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