Based out of Carrolton, Texas, MB2 Dental Solutions is a dental practice management company. They partner with dentists to perform everything that is required to run a business while ensuring that the dentists retain 100% clinical autonomy. They have affiliated office in six states and more than 85 affiliated dental practices.
At MB2 Dental Solutions they offer a full suite of services to their affiliated locations. This includes recruiting, human resources, accounting and finance, IT, marketing, and more. This allows the dentists to spend a lot more time seeing patients and less time spent running their own small business. The dentists are also able to tap into this company’s network which provides them with opportunities to learn. They are able to stay on top of new technology entering the industry and pursue mentoring opportunities as well.
MB2 Dental Solutions is a privately held company that was founded in 2007. It was announced in October 2017 that a private equity firm had made a big investment in this company. Sentinel Capital Partners chose to invest in MB2 Dental Solutions because of its unique ownership model where they and the affiliated dentists pursue a joint venture business model. Both the company and the affiliated dentists take on the risks and rewards of owning a dental practice.
Paul Murphy is a partner at Sentinel Capital Partners. In a statement about his company investing in MB2 Dental Solutions he said that he loved the company’s motto of “patients come before profits”. He said that it was due to this that they could attract such highly qualified dentists. He also said that they have a very efficient business model that results in a lot of success. He looked forward to working with the team at this company, and learn more about MB2 Dental Solutions.
The team at MB2 Dental Solutions is also philanthropic. When Hurricane Harvey caused widespread destruction in the Houston area they jumped in to help people out who had lost everything. They started raising money and accepting goods for donating such as food, clothing, bedding, and other things people were in dire need of. They set a goal of raising $100,000 which they met. The money and goods were given to people in the hardest hit areas which were Houston, Victoria, and Beaumont.