Sage Dental, a dental service organisation (DSO) committed to providing non-clinical business and administrative services to affiliated practices, announced that it has opened its 100th location, following its acquisition of Kendall Dental Care in Miami, US.
Since 2020, Sage has doubled the number of practices in its network in Florida and Georgia and, in terms of locations, it is now the largest DSO operating in south Florida.
“Sage Dental continues in its mission to make high-quality affordable dental care available to an increasing number of families and individuals in the regions that we serve,” said president and CEO Thomas Marler. “Our facilities, clinicians and support staff, combined with dental technologies have helped to propel our rapid growth. Since Sage was founded more than 25 years ago, dentistry has evolved exponentially, and Sage has continually evolved with it to ensure we deliver patients the best dental care possible.”
Sage, which has served more than 1 million patients since 2020, offers general, specialty, and cosmetic dental care, including restorative, prosthodontic, endodontic, paediatric, and orthodontic treatment. As the DSO continues to expand, its leadership team expects to add at least 20 more practices to its network by the end of 2023.
“In comparison with our competitors, Sage has taken a unique approach to executing our expansion strategy by incorporating a blend of new and acquired practices into our universally branded network,” said CDO and senior vice-president Jim Mizouni. “As we continue to fine-tune and execute our plans to scale the business, our long-term strategy includes expanding into the mid-Atlantic and midwest regions.”
As it maintains its focus on future growth, Sage dentists, hygienists, and dental support staff will continue providing personalised care combined with tools and technologies, including artificial intelligence (AI) diagnostics, to deliver oral health care to patients.
“Across all our practices, our team is constantly revisiting ways to help patients have a better understanding of their oral health and the best treatment options that are available to them,” said chief clinical officer and senior vice-president Dr Cindy Roark.