After the release of announcement related to the re-opening of the majority of its 93 dental centres on 24 April 2020, Pacific Smiles Group Limited (ASX:PSQ) today has issued its FY2020 guidance with the following highlights:
- Patient fees of ~$185.8 millionwith same centre patient fee decline of ~4.5%.
- Underlying EBITDA to range from A$22.3 million to A$22.8 million.
- Net debt is expected to be around A$8.5 million.
The easing of dental procedure restrictions resulted in patient demand steadily building as patients rebook.
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