Dental Entrepreneurship: A Transitional Phase to Generation Next

Abhinav Singh, Bharathi Purohit


Being your own boss, setting your own hours, making a decent living and helping people in need are the major allure for entrepreneurship among dental professionals. The success of a dentist in providing oral health care quickly, completely, painlessly, and at a reasonable cost requires the collaborative effort of what can be referred to as the dental enterprise. Dental enterprise includes the dental schools, dental associations, dental industry and a number of dental government agencies. National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR) recommends management skills, entrepreneurship, and technology transfer should be included in dental education. The future of health care is hard to gauge, but one thing seems certain: The prognosis for entrepreneurs in health care-related fields is decidedly upbeat. Small businesses are gaining a foothold in a broad array of medical technology and health care industries. Entrepreneurs in field of health care are focusing on making health care more convenient. The Governments need to still continue reducing the administrative burden on entrepreneurs, and coordinate among their agencies to ensure that the necessary resources are directed where they are needed. Copyright ©

Keywords: Dental enterprise, entrepreneurship in dentistry, dental technology, continuing dental education, India

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