Dental South China

Date: March 3-6, 2024

The Chinese population is about 1.4 billion, with 110,000 dentists and 110,000 dental technicians, and the ratio of dentists to the population is 1:12,727. In 1985, there was one dentist for every 100,000 people in China, one dentist for every 100,000 people in 1995, one dentist for 5~60,000 people in 1995, one dentist for 25,000 people in 2005, and one dentist for 13,000 people in 2010. It can be seen that China’s dentists and stomatology are developing rapidly with the rapid development of China’s economy. However, compared with developed countries such as Europe, the United States, and Japan, there is still a big gap between every 1000~2000 people who have a dentist. The country’s development goal is to reach 4000~5000 people with one dentist by 2030. This means that in the next 10-20 years, China’s dental hospitals and clinics will need to expand by 5 times compared to the current situation to meet the needs of the increasingly affluent Chinese for oral disease treatment, health care and dental beauty.

With the development of stomatology in China and the improvement of people’s living standards, culture and consumption levels, people’s requirements for medical technology and services are getting higher and higher, resulting in an increasing demand for high-end and high-quality oral medical devices and materials. The national dental survey shows that the dental disease rate of Chinese is %以上,成年人中,牙周病患者約50%, the incidence of dental caries in the population is 37%, the average number of caries teeth per person is 2.47, according to the population of 1.4 billion, the number of dental caries patients in the country reaches 500 million, and the total number of caries teeth is more than 1 billion. The market prospect of dental products in China is very broad.

Venue: Area D, China Import and Export Fair Pazhou Complex, Guangzhou City, China
Date: March 3-6, 2024
ESPO subsidy code: CNI0190710

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