Dynamic Dental Partners Group Expands Coverage to Six States

DETROIT, MI, March 6, 2017 – Huron Capital announced today that Melbourne, FL-based Dental Partners, LLC (“Dental Partners”) has been acquired by St. Petersburg, FL-based Dynamic Dental Partners Group (“DDPG”), a Huron Capital portfolio company. With this deal, DDPG now supports more than 50 dental office locations across six states.

Founded in 2011 by Dr. Todd Christie, Dental Partners is a dental service organization (“DSO”) providing support services to 18 dental practices in Tennessee, Kentucky, Florida and Georgia. Dr. Christie has joined DDPG as the EVP of Development where he will focus on driving clinical operations and acquisitions, while providing clinical leadership across DDPG’s platform.

“We think this move is an important strategic step for DDPG,” said Biff Comte, CEO of DDPG. “It solidifies our presence in Florida, and expands the footprint into three new states. Dr. Christie is an experienced DSO executive who brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the team.”

“While working on integration planning with Biff and the leadership team over the last few months, I have been impressed with DDPG’s focus on doctor support leading to quality patient care,” added Dr. Christie.  “I’m excited to join the team and share Huron’s commitment to identifying opportunities in the DSO space and building a world-class company.”

Sean Roberts, Principal at Huron Capital, added, “Huron Capital is strongly committed to the dental space, and we continue to be excited about the long-term trends. This deal brings two strong organizations together under the DDPG banner, and we will continue to actively looking to grow the platform through similar affiliations in the future.”

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