Dentist groups are expected to generate a lot of M&A activity in 2015, because the market is very fragmented, says Nick Barket, a partner at Detroit private equity firm Huron Capital Partners.

“The model gives dentists an option to sell their practice at a better valuation than trying to sell to a kid out of dental school, and takes off the burden of running a practice,” Barker explains.

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