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Why are dental work prices so expensive even with hundreds of dentist offices in every city? Why is the free market not driving prices lower?

I'm in Canada and for the province I live in, there is a dental fee guide as determined by our provincial dental association. Most general dentists follow this guide though done offices may charge slightly more on certain procedures. Specialists set their own fees as they do specialized work that deserves compensation far more than what this fee guide suggests. The key word in this is that it is a “guide”. Ultimately, the dentist determines the fee. Insurance companies will reimburse based on this provincial fee guide or on their own fee guide. Each province has different fee guides and can widely vary, with BC having some of the lowest fees in Canada and Alberta some of the highest fees. So I guess to put it, fees are not based on supply and demand nor is it affected by competitive pricing as mostly based on fees suggested by the dental association.So why is dentistry so expensive:Dentistry is a small business and subject to the usual expenses such as employees, supplies, lab fees, lease, utilities, accounting, taxes, legal fees, insurance, banking fees, etc. The overhead is actually quite immense, average is in the range of 70%.Buying or building a new practice is very expensive and especially in a competitive city, it actually doesn't make great financial sense. But you dig yourself s financial hole because you are buying yourself a job and hopefully building equity. Cost of a practice is probably upwards of 1–1.2x gross revenue with bidding wars. Cheaper practices may have serious issues such as lease with imminent demolition clause in the next few years and the dentist trying to cash out on their investment. Setting up a practice may cost easily $500–600k. You better have extra cash and a generous bank cuz you'll burn through money with the expenses while you are building up your patient base. Because dentistry is so competitive, break even, let alone an actual living salary, will take time and isn't so easy. And the scary part, yes, sometimes the dental office business does fail. This is in the city.It is a specialized skill that requires years of training and is not something anyone can just do. We go through licensing and mandatory continuing education to keep current (it can cost thousands of dollars each year). It is a huge responsibility and comes with liability, hence we also spend thousands on malpractice insurance each year. We invested a lot in education which now costs hundred of thousands of dollars to become dentist (easily $300–400k+), and with all the expenses you can be sure we are well insured for disability (extremely expensive and after tax money).Dental supplies and equipment are very expensive and you'd be surprised how much stuff is needed for a general dentist office and the more procedures you offer, the more things you need. I think the dental supply companies are truly the ones making money in dentistry (looking at you, Henry Schein).Did I mention the level of skill to do dentistry? The skill level is even higher for specialists. It is more than just a technician skill as people may think - the work can be very difficult and requires a lot of clinical decision making. The dentist also has to be a good diagnostician before he or she actually drills into any tooth. It really depends on what level of dentistry you are looking for. You also need people skills. Dentists deal with some very anxious, difficult people for these very fine procedures. Then throw in money, insurance and co-pay into the equation.Basically, what dentists do is complicated, so it deserves the appropriate compensation.

What is the best way to market dental services bearing in mind that medical/dental practice is highly regulated when it comes to advertising?

Pay-Per-Click advertising works very well when done right.The highest return-on-investment (ROI) is often seen on search platforms (Google/Bing).Why?The searcher demonstrates a moment of intent when he/she is searching for the service you are offering (dental implants, cosmetic dentistry, dental emergencies, sedation dentistry etc.)How do we capitalize on moments of intent?We display relevant ads to visitors searching for your service(s) and send them to a landing page that only displays information about that specific service. This way, we can convert the most possible of clicks into potential leads (through phone calls or contact forms), and ultimately new customers.Every touchpoint is tracked - so we could tell you exactly what your cost per new patient is!I work very well with dental & cosmetic clinics and help them generate new patients, monthly.Have a look at our managed PPC & landing pages for dental clinics.

How do old people lose all their teeth? How can I prevent this for myself?

Two days ago I retired from a 50 year association with dentistry. I started dental school at 17 and I retired on my 67th birthday.There are only three ways to keep your teeth throughout life. Be one of the .083% or die early. Or get everything crowned.One of the reasons that I retired is that as an old person practicing dentistry most of my patients were old too. And the village I live in has an average age of around 60 and rising. So every day I went to work to see patients with loose teeth, massive plaque buildups, broken teeth and failed teeth with great fillings. Failing dentistry and failing teeth.The simple fact is that old teeth fall to bits, old gums get inflamed and old people do not have the manual dexterity to clean their teeth and floss their teeth daily. And carers at retirement villages and aged care facilities cannot clean their clients teeth for them. They are resisted at every turn due to dementia or because it is uncomfortable to have your teeth cleaned every day.If you go to an aged care facility and walk around you will find that the only people with reasonable looking teeth are either crowns or dentures. And as the person ages then these too will fail. Most people with natural teeth entering an aged care facility or developing dementia will have no teeth left within 6 to 12 months. And for the denture patients there comes a time when they can no longer wear their teeth and they take them out for good. Carers tell me that from the day they take their dentures out they have 3 months to live.So you see the biggest failing of dentistry is that it is a futile exercise to say you can keep your teeth for life. Because we live too long these days and there is only so much abuse that glorified chalk can withstand.I did have maybe 5 patients out of 6000 who have great teeth into their 80’s. I observed a number of similarities with these people.They have all of their teeth, yes wisdom teeth also.They had really good occlusion.They make lots of good quality saliva, not the this watery stuff of most elderly people.they have very few if any fillingsthey do not brux and they do not do a lot of hard chewing. Their teeth do not show wear facets and chips and cracks, they look like they are brand new. Except for the darker colouration.they are not genetically coded for gum disease.So if you are one of the .08% of my patients you may indeed keep your teeth for life. But for the other 99.916% sorry, you are fresh out of luck.

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