Dental implants market to reach US$ 721.0 million by 2024

Dental implants market to reach US$ 721.0 million by 2024

According to a report by Zion Market Research, global dental implants market was valued at approximately USD 5.08 billion in 2017 and is expected to generate revenue of around USD 7.97 billion by end of 2024, growing at a CAGR of around 6.63% between 2018 and 2024. North America and Europe are expected to dominate the implant market and are expected to account for almost 61% of the overall market share by 2024.

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NASDAL Goodwill Results – NHS Practice Values bounce back

NASDAL Goodwill Results – NHS Practice Values bounce back

The latest NASDAL (National Association of Specialist Dental Accountants and Lawyers) Goodwill Survey statistics have just been released. The average goodwill value of NHS practices has bounced back after seeing three successive quarters of reductions. Alan Suggett, specialist dental accountant, who compiles the goodwill survey, said, “It is interesting to note that NHS practice values are back up.”

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New website for Dental Check by One Campaign launched

New website for Dental Check by One Campaign launched
A new website to serve as a focal point for the Dental Check by One (DCby1)campaign has been unveiled by the British Society of Paediatric Dentistry. Thecampaign was launched in 2017 by BSPD with the support of the CDO England.

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A million schoolboys will still be denied HPV vaccination

A million schoolboys will still be denied HPV vaccination

The FGDP(UK) has reacted with dismay to the government’s decision to deny immunisation against human papillomavirus (HPV) to a million schoolboys, while welcoming the ‘great news’ that 12 year old boys will finally start getting the HPV vaccine this year. But FGDP Dean, Ian Mills commented that the decision not to offer a catch-up programme “is wrong-headed and will lead to more needless deaths.”

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Minister gives assurances on healthcare supplies post-Brexit

Minister gives assurances on healthcare supplies post-Brexit

Health minister, Stephen Hammond MP, has given an assurance that the Government’s ‘no deal’ EU Exit contingency plans for 31 October will cover the NHS, social care and the independent sector and include all medicines, medical devices and clinical consumables, supplies for clinical trials, vaccines and countermeasures, and organs and tissues for transplants.

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Dental Protection responds to Government proposals on GDC reform

Dental Protection responds to Government proposals on GDC reform

Almost two years since the Department of Health and Social Care launched the consultation on ‘promoting professionalism, reforming regulation’, the Government has published its response, with limited details or specific timelines. But Dental Protection has some reservations. Dental Director Raj Rattan said they were concerned that the Government has not set out clear details on what they will do next and when

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Hygienist lays down his scalers after 61 years

Hygienist lays down his scalers after 61 years

The Watford Observer has reported that Kenneth Walter has retired at the age of 80 after 61 years in practice, having qualified as a dental hygienist in1958. He worked at Pentonville, Wandsworth and Holloway prisons and in various practices up and down the country, most recently working at Smith and Luck surgery in Bushey.

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Portsmouth access crisis reaches Commons

Portsmouth access crisis reaches Commons

During Health Questions in the House of Commons, Portsmouth MP Stephen Morgan said ‘thousands’ of his constituents would be left without access to (NHS) dental care because three practices in the city were closing. The BDA has also published a blog by Eddie Crouch who said the city no longer had a single practice that could accept new NHS patients. 

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Government climbs down over patient charge fines

Government climbs down over patient charge fines

Following an appearance by BDA’s Charlotte Waite before the Public Accounts Committee senior health officials have acknowledged they would be abandoning the ’fines first’ policy when entitlements to free care are in doubt. The failed NHS fines regime that has hit millions of innocent and often vulnerable patients with penalty charges, a point made forcibly to the Committee by Dr Waite.

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