SUCCESS PROFILE | Superior Service Leads to 20 Years of Success with The Dentist’s Choice

Name: Dave Pearson           

Dentist’s Choice Franchisee Since: April 1997

Service Area: Southern and Central Idaho

Dave Pearson worked as a mechanical engineer for 30 years before becoming a Dentist’s Choice franchisee. He decided to leave his job and open up his own business because he was tired of the long hours and corporate life. He also wanted the autonomy that goes along with being a business owner. Dave looked into different franchise opportunities and was drawn to The Dentist’s Choice.  Read More >>

The Dentist’s Choice Franchise to Begin Repairs in Monmouth and Ocean Counties in New Jersey

Local Entrepreneur to Quickly Fix Pain Point Experienced by Dentists with Damaged Handpieces

IRVINE, Calif. (Nov. 10, 2017)The Dentist’s Choice, a nationwide network of community-focused handpiece repair experts, recently signed Brad Newcomb as franchise owner to rapidly put restored tools of the dental trade back in the hands of dentists in Monmouth and Ocean counties in New Jersey. He will be operating the Jersey Shore Dentist’s Choice, LLC.
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The Dentist’s Choice Renews Franchise Expansion Efforts to Ease Pain Felt by Dentists Nationwide

Demand for Quicker, Cost-Effective Handpiece Repairs is Driving Growth of the Brand

IRVINE, Calif. (July 15, 2017)The Dentist’s Choice, a nationwide network of community-focused handpiece repair experts, is expanding through franchising to meet the high demand for restored handheld tools dentists use every day. The Dentist’s Choice is seeking franchise partners throughout the United States to serve large territories consisting of at least 800 dental offices.

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The Dentist’s Choice is Repairing More Dental Handpieces as Demand Rises

Company President Steve Everhart Leads the Quicker, Cost-Effective Alternative for Repairs

IRVINE, Calif. (July 14, 2017)The Dentist’s Choice, a nationwide network of local handpiece repair experts, is meeting the growing demand for restored handheld tools every dentist uses, including drills, scalers and more. The increasing number of dentists coupled with the federal government’s requirement to sterilize handpieces after each use, which causes them to quickly deteriorate, means more of these handheld tools need to be fixed.

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