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globalchange.com - Future of dentistry, dentists and dental practice. Lessons from health care trends and the digital revolution. Future dental technology, diagnostics and three 3 dimensional dental …

globalchange.com - Future of dentistry, dentists and dental practice. Lessons from health care trends and the digital revolution. Future dental technology, diagnostics and three 3 dimensional dental imaging. Future oral health care and prevention. Future prosthetics and manufacturing, modelling. Speed of change. New dental practice software and dental office systems, and change management. Emotion matters in dentistry. Video by Patrick Dixon, author Futurewise, conference keynote speaker on future of dentistry and dental health care for 3M clients. Public image of dentists and why people hate going to the dentist. Negative image of dentistry. Dentists, dentistry, dental practice, health care, imaging, diagnostics, bridge, prosthetics, oral care, prevention, dentures, laboratory, technicians, diagnosis, treatment, crowns, bridgesCosmetic dentistry and bridge repairs. New polymers and nanotechnology, nanoparticle. Future of health care -- lessons for dental practice -- shift from disease to prevention and performance / wellbeing. Preventing ageing in health and dentistry. Tissue regeneration and growing new teeth using stem cells. Cures for blindness, stroke and heart repair using stem cells. Growing new teeth using adult stem cells. Convergence of dental imaging technologies. Innovation in dentistry manufacturing. Make it simple for workers in dental laboratories. Online marketing of dental practices. Client-orientated dental care. Lessons from software and mobile phone manufacturers about need for reliability and simple design. Facebook, Wikipedia, YouTube and Web 2.0 communties impact on health care demand and client health knowledge. Building trust, image and protecting professional reputation. Dentures manufacture of crowns and bridges. Leadership and secrets of change management. Team leadership in dental practice -- with office, laboratory technicians. Connecting with passions people have -- to help themselves and their families, to make a difference to other people they care about and passions for our wider world.

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  • 1. Trends impacting dentists and health care Dr Patrick DixonChairman Global Change Ltd for Henry Schein Inc
  • 2. Patrick Dixon is Chairman of Global Change Ltd, Author of 15 books and has been ranked one of the 20 most influential business thinkers alive today (Thinkers 50) Future of dentistry For Henry Schein (2008) 500 videos of keynotes http://www.youtube.com/user/pjvdixon Over 4 million views Dixon’s Futurist Website http://www.globalchange.com/ 14 million unique visitors.
  • 3. F astU rbanT ribalU niversalR adicalE thical
  • 4. Health and health care needs to deliver faster• Cash rich, time poor• Web world makes us impatient• Instant fix for dental and health problems• Appointments?• Total treatment time?
  • 5. Dental and health care shaped by emotion
  • 6. Dentistry is a VERY emotional business – major opportunity• 25% of UK adults are afraid to visit dentist• 40% who delay visiting do so out of fear
  • 7. Passionate about teeth (UK) • A third of adults say they are judged by their smiles • A third do not like their teeth • A third have had teeth whitening
  • 8. “Yesterday’s treatments were about need: tomorrow’s will be about desire – live fast and stay young”
  • 9. 1 billion children in Africa and Asia needdental care / education
  • 10. EuropeDying 4 couples needed toproduce just one great- grandchild
  • 11. 75% of all US wealth owned by those over 65  new teeth
  • 12. 1 million dentalpatients over90 years old in Italy by 2026
  • 13. Most Dominant Dental / Pharma / Health Factor Will Be Ageing • 65% health budget • Rising fast • But almost all major diseases are age-related
  • 14. Can we stop ageing ?
  • 15. Europeans Want to Look Better• 51% growth in botox treatment• 31% growth laser hair removal• 31% growth in cosmetic surgery enquiries – (UK 2007  2008)
  • 16. Permanent Hair Colour• Adenovirus• Infected mouse hair cells• Permanent colour change
  • 17. Sexual Performance
  • 18. Brain Faster – and better?
  • 19. Treatment which restores andmaintains the youthful elasticity of hardened arteries – and helps wrinkled skin. Global sales?
  • 20. Dental Future• Rebuilding enamel • Worries about health• Rebuilding gums impact of oral bacteria eg heart, pulmonary disease, low birth- weight infants and premature birth, osteoporosis,diabetes
  • 21. Grow New Teeth• Pigs teeth grown inside bodies• Mice grow new teeth from nerve cells / gum tissue
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  • 23. Urban Successful Heart repair • Inject bone marrow stem cells after bypass • Improves heart function up to 85%
  • 24. Near-perfect repair ofheart or brain damage following coronary / strokeusing adult stem cells
  • 25. YourBrain CanRepair ItselfDaily
  • 26. Negligible senescence is a reality• Rockfish, Turtles, some Whales• No signs of getting old
  • 27. Tribal Tribalism conflictsPalestinian landIraq civil unrestKosovo / BosniaNorthern IrelandChechnyaRwanda / BurundiBlack / White
  • 28. Global instability from growing gap between rich and poor
  • 29. High performance organisations all build stronger tribes People will always need to belong Teams Sense of identity Every dentist creates own tribe
  • 30. Treat (old)  prevent  enhance (young) • Future of dental practice  different tribes and expectations of performance
  • 31. Global consolidation of dental industry - maturing
  • 32. Pharma• Big pharma = 65% of Pipelines R+D global budget Are Empty• = GDP of 130 nations• …but only 26% of new approvals• Generics threat
  • 33. Change in Dental Practice• Shift from drill and fill of single tooth to whole mouth assessments – Teeth cleaning, cancer testing, periodontal antibiotics, chemical treatment periodontal disease
  • 34. Growth of Middle Class • 100m  600m in India alone over 20 years > $6,000 a year income
  • 35. Radical New Shape of Politics Old Party Politics New Issues World view Narrow agenda Systematic Campaign History New causes Tradition Radical Left / Right Sometimes irrational
  • 36. Global Warming - facts
  • 37. Single Issues  regulation Funding of dental care Embryo usePatent protectionSynthetic genes
  • 38. Future Unmet Needs Who pays? Radical Shifts Above line = health budget / government spending Clinical conditionsSeverityPublic Serious tooth decayHealthPolicy Trend – line is falling IVF Cosmetic dentistry Memory Performance / life-enhancement Number Affected
  • 39. Above and Below the Line Future Medical NeedsSeverity Clinical conditions Mainstream Pharma Large numbers affected Major morbidity / mortality Serious tooth decay Trend – line is falling IVF Cosmetic dentistry Performance / life-enhancement Number Affected
  • 40. Above and Below the Line Today’s luxury is tomorrow’s health needSeverity Clinical conditions Mainstream Pharma Large numbers affected Major morbidity / mortality IVF Trend – line is falling Performance / life-enhancement Number Affected
  • 41. Getting Paid for Good Dentistry• Expect continued conflict between what is in best interests of dental patients and patterns of remuneration• Expect dental activities to continue to be influenced by fee structure
  • 42. Ethical Passion to “get a life”• 10,000 US, Japanese and UK managers• Work-life balance is now first or second most important factor in looking for a job Work-life balance is about friends and family
  • 43. • 6 out of 10 Americans work for nothing• Average 200 hours a year• 20 billion hours a year• 4.5% GDP Volunteering is about…. ?????
  • 44. Ethical Companies talk about • Growth • Profits • Shareholder value
  • 45. Ethical BUT individuals talk about… • Own needs • Family + friends • Community • Wider world
  • 46. Combining passions people have,with your own business objectives
  • 47. Slides• www.globalchange.com/ppt/henryschein• 10 million unique visitors
  • 48. Patrick Dixon is Chairman of Global Change Ltd, Author of 15 books and has been ranked one of the 20 most influential business thinkers alive today (Thinkers 50) Future of dentistry For Henry Schein (2008) 500 videos of keynotes http://www.youtube.com/user/pjvdixon Over 4 million views Dixon’s Futurist Website http://www.globalchange.com/ 14 million unique visitors.

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