Conference on Dentistry and Oral Health hosted by Colloquium conferences take immense pleasure in accounting “Conference on Dentistry and Oral Health” scheduled during June 27-28, 2019 in Rome, Italy focusing on the theme “Modern Dentistry: Progressive methods, Caring approach”. Conference on Dentistry and Oral Health aims to represent the dental profession and support all the members in the provision of quality oral health care and is committed to improving public oral health by promoting the latest and the advanced, science-based dentistry that puts initiatives in education, research and development of high standards for dental care.
The conference aims to achieve its mission of better oral health for all by Supporting latest scientific innovations meeting the changing needs of society and benefit the well-being of the nation, Preventing oral diseases by promoting oral health awareness and Coordinating and assisting research activities among all the sectors of the dental community.
Dentistry is one among the most rewarding professions to practise. Research shows the link between general health and oral health is strong. Global Dental Implants Market is anticipated to reach 4,497.1 million dollars by the year 2020, supported by a CAGR rate of 6.1 percentage during the forecast period 2017 to 2024. Geographically, world dental implant market is divided to five major regions, namely Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia-Pacific and Middle East & Africa. The dental care all over the globe is becoming increasingly reachable and affordable in countries globally. Global market for dental supplies is anticipated to reach to a value of 19.4 billion dollars by the year 2020 and the dental equipment market globally was at 6.2 billion dollars in the year 2016 and is expected to reach 8.5 billion dollars by the year 2021, at a CAGR of 6.5 percentage during the period 2016 to 2021.
As of 2018, public health facilities in the UAE included 32 hospitals, 243 government clinics and health centres, 2,886 government doctors and 365 dentists, plus 15,443 government nurses in various specializations. In 2017 there were 1,200 active dentists in the UAE. Dental services are provided through clinics and dental centres, but also in mobile units in rural or outlying areas. About two hundred private clinics offer high-quality dental care, 46 out of which are located in Dubai. DHA Private Healthcare Statistic report shows that 1,043 dentists are currently active in the Emirate’s private dental sector.