Dental Accounting Association

The Dental Accounting Association is a network of CPA Firms located in North America working collectively to elevate the quality of dental practice accounting, tax planning and profit coaching.

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Dental CPA Coaching

The Dental Accounting Association members all understand the need for Dental Practice Coaching and Benchmarking. Our members understand your desire to improve practice productivity for your dental practice.

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How Are Dental CPA's Different?

While our dental accountants are CPA’s as well, the size of our member firms is closer to the size of your dental practice. That’s why our fees are more reasonable and well understood in advance, rather than billed hourly.

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New Dentist Program

Our new dentist program is designed to help new dentists start their career with a solid financial foundation. We totally understand that creating the right professional relationships often start well in advance of actually needing those services.

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Looking for a Dental Accountant?

If you are a dentist looking for a boutique CPA Firm that specializes in dental accounting, submit your information below and we will do everything possible to match your search with a member firm.

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Prescription for Big Tax Savings - Thu, 21 Feb 2019

The oral health industry is a broad field encompassing many different types of practices. The term oral health means maxillofacial surgery, endodontics, periodontics, prosthodontics, and other types of dental practices.  While the clientele may differ in each setting, the goal is always the...
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Have you wondered whether you actually need to have a CPA accountant who specializes in the oral health industry rather than a generalist accountant nearby? Here are four signs that confirm you do: You earn over $150,000 per year – Your odds of being audited once you start earning over $15...
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Action for Dental Health Act Passes – New Law - Wed, 06 Feb 2019

Under the new law, dental health access will improve for underserved Americans like children, seniors, nursing homes, rural areas, and Native American communities.  Surprisingly, the House of Representatives voted 90% in favor of the bipartisan bill. This bill was championed by the ADA. ...
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