2020/2021 Dental Spending Projections from ADA HPI

The Health Policy Institute released revised models for dental spending in the US in 2020 and 2021 based on the ADA Survey showing 90% of dental practices have re-opened.

Across 4 scenarios, the HPI estimates that dental spending will be down between 31 to 37 percent in 2020. Expectations in 2021 range from a 20 percent decrease to a .8 increase in dental spending.

For more, please read the pdf here:

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The Health Policy Institute released revised models for dental spending in the US in 2020 and 2021 based on the ADA Survey showing 90% of dental practices have re-opened.

Across 4 scenarios, the HPI estimates that dental spending will be down between 31 to 37 percent in 2020. Expectations in 2021 range from a 20 percent decrease to a .8 increase in dental spending.

For more, please read the pdf here:

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