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How Will The Future Of Dentistry Affect Your Practice Income?

Many dental forecasters predict that the increasing number of practicing dentists and slow growth in demand for dental services will result in lower profits in the future. However, changing demographic and economic trends could produce a different result. Below, we provide our analysis and four reasons why your practice’s financial future may be brighter than predicted. 

Dental School Enrollment Rising 

Dentistry was rated as the Number 2 profession recently by U.S. News & World Report, based upon its income level, flexible hours and work/life balance, and stress level. As a result, while applications to less-favored professions (medicine, law, etc.) have been declining, dental school applicants...

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