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ADIA Dental Products Business Conditions Survey

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This edition of the survey reports on the actual business conditions within dental product manufacturers and suppliers for the second quarter of FY2017-18.  It suggests moderate levels of sentiment that sales volumes increased; however, this is low-level sentiment that selling prices fell in the quarter.

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This edition of the Australian Dental Products Sector Business Conditions Survey provides sentiment that dental product sales volumes fell nation-wide in the first quarter, the first drop in more than three years.

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Produced by the Australian Dental Industry Association (ADIA), the peak business organisation representing manufacturers and suppliers of quality dental products, this is the first edition of a survey that reviews the current and expected conditions experienced by businesses of all sizes in the dental industry.

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This edition of the ADIA Australian Dental Products Business Conditions Survey provides an assessment of actual business conditions over October to December 2015 (inclusive) and an assessment of expected business conditions for the period July to September 2015 (inclusive). There are approximately one hundred and eighty ADIA member businesses that supply some ninety-five percent of the products used by dentists and allied oral healthcare professionals. The survey was completed over the period 7-16 October 2015 by one in every five businesses across the ADIA membership.

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This edition of the ADIA Dental Products Business Conditions Survey shows sentiment of sales volumes and selling prices for the first quarter of FY2016-17 reaching the highest levels across the data set, with strong expectations that this will continue into the future.  This publication is free for members who log in to their ADIA Plus account.

Item Code:DPROD-Q2FY201617

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This edition of the ADIA Dental Products Business Conditions Survey shows sentiment of sales volumes and selling prices for the second quarter of FY2016-17.  This publication is free for members who log in to their ADIA Plus account.

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The ADIA Australian Dental Industry Business Conditions Survey indices for the fourth quarter of FY2014-15 saw an improving market for dental products as evidenced by the strong upward pressure in the Past Sales Volumes Index and the moderate upward pressure on the Past Selling Prices Index.  

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This edition of the Australian Dental Products Business Conditions Survey covers the FY2016-17 third quarter and suggests that there is sentiment that sales volumes growth has been sustained.  A strong dollar and competition amongst manufacturers provides sentiment that the cost of importing product to be unchanged for the coming quarter.

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This edition of the ADIA Dental Products Business Condition Survey indicates positive business conditions across the sector with the Past Sales Volumes sentiment index reaching a record 82.1, suggesting sales in the past quarter were significantly higher than the quarter that preceded it.

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The ADIA Australian Dental Products Business Conditions Survey indices for the third quarter of FY2014-15 saw an improving market for dental products as evidenced by the third successive quarter of accelerating growth in the Past Sales Volumes Index and a strong recovery in the Past Selling Prices index, the latter rising from negative territory (an index figure below 50) to a record high of 69.5.  The challenge for businesses in the dental industry will be dealing with the high upward pressure on input costs (e.g. wholesale product purchase / manufacturing).

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Positive sentiment was recorded across the dental industry as shown in this edition of the ADIA Dental Products Business Condition Survey - The selling prices sentiment index rose to 68.2 and commentary from survey respondents attributed this to being the consequence of final implementation of new pricing structures as well as adjustments to the AUD$ against major world currencies during the quarter.

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Earlier editions of the ADIA Australian Dental Products Business Conditions Survey recorded a strongly subdued market for dental products throughout 2013 and this was reflected in the actual sales volumes index for October to December 2013 – the first in this data series – which was in negative territory as indicated by an index figure below 50.  The data throughout calendar 2014 has suggested a sustained recovery and the peak January to March 2014 (indicated by an index figure of 81.3) is attributed to the ADX14 Sydney dental exhibition, Australia’s largest healthcare trade show.

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By general consensus, the market for dental products was subdued throughout 2013 and this was reflected in the actual sales volumes index for October to December 2013 – the first in this data series – which was in negative territory as indicated by an index figure below 50. The data throughout calendar 2014 has suggested a sustained recovery and the peak January to March 2014 (indicated by an index figure of 81.3) is attributed to the ADX14 Sydney dental exhibition, Australia’s largest healthcare trade show.

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By general consensus, the market for dental products was subdued throughout 2013 and this was reflected in the actual sales volumes index for October to December 2013 – the first in this data series – which was in negative territory as indicated by an index figure below 50 . It was off such a low base that the strong recovery was recorded in the following quarter covering January to March 2014 (indicated by an index figure of 81.3) and it was expected that from that high base the growth in sales volumes over April to June 2014 would be tempered.

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This edition of the ADIA Australian Dental Products Business Conditions Survey provides an assessment on the actual business conditions for the period covering January 2014 to March 2014 (inclusive).

Dental Industry News

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    The latest assessment of business sentiment amongst dental product suppliers suggests that sales volumes increased in the second quarter of FY2017-18; however, there was sentiment of a decline in selling prices. More

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    3rd Feb 18

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  • Patient Implant Cards - A 19th Century Reform

    1st Feb 18

    Thanks to ADIA's advocacy, the dental industry looks set to escape a proposed TGA reform that would require patient information 'cards' to be provided to patients, a reform that ignores advances in electronic patient records. More

  • ADIA's Policy Advocacy Delivers New Approval Pathway

    30th Jan 18

    More expedient Australian market approval for new dental products is what legislative reforms before the parliament will achieve, something made possible as a result of ADIA's policy advocacy over a number of years. More

  • Research To Determine Dental Product Market Growth

    29th Jan 18

    A new edition of the Australian Dental Industry Intelligence Report has been commissioned by ADIA, research that will provide the industry with the most authoritative assessment of the Australian dental products market. More

  • TPP Agreement Supports Medical Devices Trade

    25th Jan 18

    For the dental industry, and medical devices sector more broadly, the TPP Free Trade Agreement will improve the information available to importers and exporters and reduce unnecessary delays in approvals, improving standard-setting. More

  • TGA Reforms Deal Effectively With Illegal Supply

    24th Jan 18

    Proposed legislative amendments that provide the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) with stronger compliance and enforcement powers and graduated penalties for non-compliant behaviours has been endorsed by the dental industry. More

  • Dental Product Geospatial Market Analysis Launch

    9th Jan 18

    Dental product manufacturers and suppliers will gain new insights into the changing nature of the market thanks to ADIA’s pioneering geospatial mapping tool to be launched at the ADX18 Sydney dental exhibition. More

  • New Code Protects Professional Independence

    5th Jan 18

    Ensuring that decisions taken by dental professionals on patient diagnostic and treatment options are independent of undue influence by product suppliers is what underpins the industry's new code of practice. More

  • 2018 Priorities — Members making a difference

    1st Jan 18

    More market data, activities to drive sales, industry training and cutting red-tape are the projects that will be delivered in 2018, outcomes all made possible thanks to an engaged membership. More

  • Senate To Review Dental Industry Red Tape

    28th Dec 17

    ADIA has been invited to provide advice to the Senate’s select committee on red tape which is reviewing how the health sector is disadvantaged by regulations that are burdensome, complex, redundant or duplicated across jurisdictions. More

  • Dental Industry Welcomes New Jobs & Innovation Ministers

    20th Dec 17

    The Australian Dental Industry Association (ADIA) has welcomed the new Ministerial line-up that focusses on the creation of jobs and innovation by small businesses. More

  • 3D Printed Products - Industry Leads Regulatory Reform

    11th Dec 17

    The dental industry is leading the charge in development of new regulatory standards for 3D printed medical devices with the aim of allowing the sector to adopt this pioneering new technology as it evolves. More

  • ADIA Members To Get Geospatial Market Data

    8th Dec 17

    The dental industry will next year have access to the latest geospatial tools to analyse the market for dental products thanks to a major investment in member services by the Australian Dental Industry Association (ADIA). More

  • Number Of Dentists In Australia Climbs 3% to 16,732

    5th Dec 17

    The latest edition of the Australian Dental Workforce In Numbers Report shows the growth in the number of registered dentists to June 2017 was 2.9%, a rate slightly slower than the growth over the overall workforce. More

  • ADIA Members Invited To Participate In Code Admin.

    1st Dec 17

    ADIA member business are have the opportunity to strengthen the reputation of the dental industry as an ethical supplier of products by becoming involved in the committees that reviews the ADIA Code of Practice. More

  • ADSO's Formation To Provide Sector Leadership

    30th Nov 17

    As the transformation of dental practice ownership continues apace, the formation of an Association of Dental Support Organisations (ADSO) local chapter provides the sector with direction and a focus point for stakeholder engagement. More

  • Industry Gears Up For New Code Of Practice

    29th Nov 17

    The dental industry is preparing for a new edition of the ADIA Code Of Practice that seeks to ensure the dental industry's promotional activities do not inappropriately a healthcare professional's decision on patient treatment planning More

  • Goverment To Pay Its Small Business Bills Faster

    24th Nov 17

    Responding to advocacy by ADIA and other industry associations, the Australian Government has announced that for contracts worth up to $1 million it will pay invoices within twenty days, significantly improving small business cashflow. More

  • ADIA Briefs Prime Minister On Small Business Issues

    22nd Nov 17

    The important role that member businesses play in determining policy reform priorities comes to the fore as ADIA briefs the Prime Minister in parliament house on the issues important to small businesses in the sector. More

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