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Public health dentistry- a trend analysis on current status and future scope prospectus of dental public health in India

Author: 
Dr. Prabu, D., Dr. Saskala, M. Dr. Sunayana Manipal and Dr.Rajmohan, M.
Subject Area: 
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Abstract: 

Aim: To analyze the changing trends in dental public health in India and to asses job prospectus and provide solutions. Materials and Method: The databases accessed were those provided by the Central Bureau of Health Intelligence, Dental Council of India, Indian Association of Public Health Dentistry and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and further this data was statistically analyzed. Statistical analysis used: Descriptive statistics. Results: At present there are about 1600 public health dentists in India, out of which 678 (42.3%) were working in dental academic institutions. According to time trend analysis the future projectile growth of public health dentists for the year 2045, will be 5,825. The job positions for public health dentists that rightfully to be placed in government sector are the Directorate of Medical Services (DMS) and Directorate of Public Health (DPH) which numbers around 6,716. Hence, according to the time trend analysis, when rightfully the positions are created the job demand for public health dentists in India would be on rise till the year 2045. Conclusions: currently, significant proportion of public health dentists to outlive joblessness they seek other jobs irrelevant to their scope. The growth trend projection of public health dentists makes no scope in academics for their future. Hence government positions pertinent to treatment aspects and administrative aspects under Directorate of Medical Services (DMS) and Directorate of Public Health (DPH) will create more job opportunities that will seek to provide satisfaction and career development for future public health dentists and mandatorily serve the needy population, which is alarmingly need of the hour.

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