Dentistry has had astounding achievements over the past several decades. The profession has been praised for its preventive orientation and the obvious success achieved by using preventive concepts. Newly developed dental techniques, materials and devices have made dental treatment and follow-up much easier than in the past. Digitization of many concepts and the introduction of numerous new technologies are present in every area of dentistry, making diagnosis and treatment easier, faster and often better than in the past.
Indian Dental Expo 2020, an initiative of CIMS Medica Pvt. Ltd., is the ultimate destination catered to the needs of dental professionals, students and enthusiasts. The expo will deliver new ideas, convictions, strategies and tactics to excel in the field of dentistry and oral health. The event will offer an impressive roaster of keynote speakers, quality attendees, compelling content and concise reviews of the latest clinical advancements and guidance relating to the diagnosis and treatment of dental and oral health conditions, including the use of new techniques. This would be an excellent platform for networking for all the industry experts across India. Dental practitioners and students can take advantage of the hands-on training and live demonstrations that offer practical knowledge to take your dental practice to the next level. The show also displays wide range of products and services that can be used by dental professionals, students and for everyone connected to the dentistry profession.
We are happy to announce that Indian Dental Expo 2020 by CIMS Medica Pvt. Ltd. will be held at Hall – 1, CIDCO Exhibition Centre Mumbai during 12th & 13th September 2020. The goal of Dental Expo 2020 is to deliver an outstanding program for exchange of ideas and authoritative views by leading speakers which covers the entire spectrum of research in Dental and Oral Health and share the cross-cultural experiences of various production procedure. The event owes its success to the support from the leading dental associations, companies, industry professionals and academicians, who understand the significance of this platform to announce their new initiatives and launch their latest technologies.
Dr. Monica Sood Bhatia
Managing Director Indian Subcontinent & MENA Regional Director MIMS (SMS Co. Ltd Japan)
India is the second most populous country in the world, with a population of more than 1.2 billion. Of this, geriatric population is 7.7%, that is, about 92 million. Approximately, 72% of people reside in rural areas under unfavourable socioeconomic conditions. According to World Health Organization, 80% of the global population suffering from oral diseases live in developing countries, indicating that oral diseases are strongly correlated with low income.
Poor oral health adversely affects dietary intake and nutrition and influences general health of a person. Fight against oral diseases such as dental caries, periodontal diseases, and oral cancer makes a significant contribution toward improving quality of life of population. In India, there are several challenges in delivering oral healthcare services to the rural population, including poor accessibility, lack of manpower, poverty, and illiteracy. For instance, the dentist-to-population ratio in urban areas is 1:10,000, whereas it is 1:150,000 in rural areas. Moreover, there is lack of substantial data related to the oral health status of rural population of India, which is fundamental for planning oral health services.
The Asian market has witnessed the highest growth rate of 10%, followed by the US at 5.5%. India offers enormous investment opportunities, on account of being a manufacturing hub of dental products, in foreign direct investments, outsourcing to healthcare BPO’s and sectoral growth in the field of telemedicine, diagnosis, etc. Germany, US, China, Italy, Japan are the major importers of dental products from India. Indian dental service market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.34% during the forecast period and accounted for USD 1.55 billion. Upcoming laser dentistry and painless treatment and collaboration with leading insurance providers are driving the dental service market with the higher rate. Growing healthcare awareness, increasing healthcare expenditure, rising trend of National Rural and Urban Health Missions, increasing number of private dental offices, increasing market for outsourced services to healthcare providers and patient empowerment have led to the demand for better dental care facilities at affordable prices. However, incomplete dental treatment program, inadequate services for treatment in rural areas and high cost of treatment are expected to impact the target market negatively.
Supporting new scientific innovations to meet the changing needs of society and promoting the well-being of the nation.
Coordinating and assisting scientific and research- related activities among all sectors of the dental community.
Improve total health for all Indians through the development and support of effective programmes of oral health promotion and disease prevention.
12th & 13th September 2020
Change the perceptions of public, policymakers and dentists
Undertake effective programmes by: implementing science-based interventions for individuals and communities; improving access to oral healthcare; encourage partnerships among research, provider, and educational communities in activities, such as organizing workshops and conferences
Accelerate the effective transfer of science into public health and private practice
Strengthen the networking capacity of individuals and communities to address their oral health needs
Build and nurture broad-based coalitions that incorporate views and expertise of all stakeholders and that are tailored to specific populations, conditions or programmes
Strengthen collaborations among dental, medical, and public health communities for research, education, care delivery, and policy development
Develop partnerships that are community-based, cross-disciplinary, and culturally sensitive
Work with the Partnership Network and other coalitions to address the four actions previously described: change perceptions, overcome barriers, build a balanced science base, and increase oral health workforce diversity, capacity, and flexibility.
The Dental Expo acknowledges and celebrates the role of extraordinary dental professionals who are committed to extensive research expertise and services. It recognizes and rewards dentists/marketing professionals who perform ‘over and above’ the standard expected in the advancement of healthcare, patient safety and quality of care.
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