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ADIA - Bite Magazine Dental Practice Business Conditions Survey

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ADIA - Bite Magazine Dental Practice Business Conditions Survey

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To allow dentists to better understand the sentiment on current business conditions and future expectations across dental practices in their state / territory and nation-wide, the Australian Dental Industry Association (ADIA) in conjunction with Bite Magazine compiles the ADIA Bite Magazine Dental Practice Business Conditions Survey.  Undertaken on a quarterly basis, the survey's results produce key indicators that assess the commercial environment in which dental practices across Australia operate.

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This edition of the Australian Dental Practice Business Conditions Survey suggests that although the January holiday period had a dampening demand on overall patient numbers, the experience of dental practices nation-wide was that compared to the previous quarter the levels of business activity in the third quarter of FY2016-17 were stable.

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The results of the ADIA Bite Magazine Dental Practice Business Conditions Survey data for the fourth quarter of FY2015-16 shows continued stable business sentiment and suggests slow but sustained growth in the number of patients seen nation-wide.

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This edition of the ADIA Bite Magazine Dental Practice Business Conditions Survey reports on sentiment that patient number are growing in dental practices and there is confidence that this is to continue over the coming quarter.  It also reflects opinion that the decline in the number of patients funded by government programs has come to an end.

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The ADIA Bite Magazine Dental Practice Business Conditions Survey data for the third quarter of FY2015-16 presents a sentiment that, over a national average, conditions for dental practices and patient numbers are relatively stable.  

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The ADIA Bite Magazine Dental Practice Business Conditions Survey data for the second quarter of FY2015-16 presents a sentiment that, over a national average, conditions for dental practices and patient numbers had stablised somewhat compared to the previous quarter.  

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The ADIA - Bite Magazine Dental Practice Business Conditions Survey data for dental practice conditions in the first quarter of FY2015-16 presents a subdued outlook with all of the readings indicating sentiment that a softening of demand for dental services when present demand was compared to the preceding quarter.  

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The ADIA Australian Dental Practice Business Conditions Survey provides a snapshot of sentiment on business conditions within dental practices nation-wide.  This first edition of the survey was undertaken over 7-19 July 2015 by 203 respondents in different practices.

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