Friday, January 27, 2017 4:45 pm – Two Chesterfield County pediatric dental offices have been acquired by a Michigan-based private equity firm in a deal brokered by a local advisory firm. H.A. Jack Dunlevy, a pediatric orthodontics group, and Wood Lombardozzi PC, a pediatric dental group, were acquired by Spring & Sprout in December, according to Transact Capital Partners, a Henrico County-based business brokerage and mergers and acquisitions advisory firm that served as financial advisor for the deals.
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