Demand for dental care in affluent communities
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In a world full of underappreciated professions, the 11 cities with the highest demand for dental hygienists still manage to appreciate one definitely disregarded profession among . Soc. Sci. Med. Vol. 21, No. 7, pp. , Printed in Great Britain THE DEMAND FOR DENTAL CARE: AN ASSESSMENT BRIAN YULE and DAVID PARKIN Health Economics Research Unit, University Medical Buildings, Foresterhill, Aberdeen AB9 2ZD, Scotland Abstract-This paper reviews the existing literature on the demand for dental care and assesses its Cited by:   Last year, charities expressed concern about the lack of dental services being provided to care homes and through mobile clinics. Many elderly people struggle to visit dental surgeries and therefore rely on vans which tour communities. The warning comes amid continuing problems over access to dental services generally.   Concurrently, demand for dental services is reaching a plateau. Even with more older Americans living longer and retaining their teeth, working-age adults are using less dental care, so the ADA projects only a trickle of increased demand for adult dental services in the coming decades if current trends continue.

  care among large numbers of Americans who do not have dental coverage, cannot afford care or face other challenges that prohibit them from seeking regular oral care and dental visits. The American Dental Association and its members will continue working with policymakers to establish programs and services that improve access to oral health care. 1. Soc Sci Med. ;16(13) The demand for dental health. Hay JW, Bailit H, Chiriboga DA. This study evaluates the determinants of demand for dental health in the context of an econometric model where dental health and dental care are jointly by:   This paper examines factors associated with dental care spending in Canada employing through three models; the first model estimates the income elasticity of demand for dental care and the other. Downloadable (with restrictions)! The purpose of this chapter is to review dental economics in three major areas: (i) demand for and utilisation of dental care, (ii) productivity, technical efficiency and economies of scale in dental care production, and finally (iii) economic evaluation of dental care procedures and programmes. As a background to the review, we consider what makes .