MB2 Dental Solutions is a Carrolton, Texas-based dental services provider. They help dentists manage their practices in a number of ways. They can manage tasks such as payroll, IT, human resources, accounting and finance, and most everything else that goes into operating a dental office. The one key is that they respect the dentist-patient relationship and so the dentists that are affiliated with them maintain 100% clinical autonomy at all times.
The management of MB2 Dental Solutions is known for not micromanaging their employees. That is one of the key beliefs of the founder and chief executive officer of the company, Dr. Chris Steven Villanueva. He has said that it is his belief to hire the best and smartest people and then get out of their way and let them do their jobs. This has worked very well for the company and the result is that the company now more than 80 affiliated dental offices spread out over six states.
Another way that MB2 Dental Solutions helps their dentists is by maintaining a job board for dental field including general dentists, orthodontists, and oral surgeons. Any of the MB2 Dental Solutions locations can put their job on MB2 Dental Solutions website and find highly qualified dental professionals to fill it.
As a mark of MB2 Dental Solutions success, Sentinel Capital Partners joined a new partnership with them that brought in new private equity to the company. The partnership will help MB2 Dental Solutions attain its goals of expansion into new markets and more affiliated dental offices in the future. A partner at Sentinel Capital Partners, Paul Murphy, said that he appreciated MB2 Dental Solutions motto of “patients come before profits” and how they are able to both hire and retain a very talented team of dentists and staff. When talking about the deal Dr. Chris Vellanueva said that he and his team were ready to engage in their next phase of growth.
MB2 Dental Solutions has also been helping out since Hurricane Harvey hit Texas, especially Houston where several of their affiliated dental practices are located. They have so far raised more than $83,000 to help the victims of this hurricane. They also held a drive to get food, clothing, blankets, and other necessary items out to the people affected by Hurricane Harvey. Their goal is to ultimately raise $100,000 in support of the victims.