The Founder Of MB2 Dental Solutions Puts Some Life Into The Dental Office Support Industry

The founder of Carrollton, Texas-based MB2 Dental Solutions, Dr. Chris Steven Villanueva, says that he wanted to shake up the dental office support industry when he created this firm. He says that it has always been a very formal and staid industry with about as much life as a doorknob. He introduced a company where the management and employees can actually have a personality and enjoy their day while helping dentist’s treat patients. This has proven to be a winning concept and his company now has affiliated locations in six states and counting.

Dr. Chris Villanueva was pleased to recently introduce MB2 Dental Solution’s new Chief Financial Officer Jackson Hildebrand. This company needed to bring someone in who could handle the growth this company has seen over the past several years. Dr. Chris Villanueva, who is also the chief executive officer, said that MB2 Dental Solutions offers a unique platform. The dentists and this company partner together where they invest in each other both financially and professionally. They needed to hire someone for the CFO position who was both great at finance as well as understanding the particular challenges that dental practices have.

Jackson Hildebrand had been working for a private equity firm for the past several years. He had been looking to transition over to working directly for a portfolio company like MB2 Dental Solutions because he would then be involved in the day-to-day happenings. He says he was also drawn to the culture of this company which is one that is fun and tight-knit. MB2 Dental Solutions and a group of 16 of their affiliated dentists traveled to Jamaica in the fall of 2017. The reason for this trip was to provide dental services to the people who live in a number of remote villages. Most of these people had never been to a dentist in their lives and as a result had all sorts of issues with their teeth. In addition to doing dental work for free on both children and adults they provided education in order to help prevent future issues. Altogether they treated over 400 people during this trip.