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2008 Dental Industry Metrics Report

Posted by dentalinsider on July 8, 2008

Anaheim, CA: June 25, 2008- The 2008 Dental Industry Metrics Report® is now available from The Anaheim Group, publishers of Dentalfax® Weekly. The 476-page report contains performance data on 100 publicly traded dental industry companies. The report includes companies based in the US, Germany, China, England, Switzerland, Belgium, Japan, Sweden, and New Zealand.

The 2008 Dental Industry Metrics Report contains information such as sales growth, earnings per share, market value, return on assets and return on equity, number of employees, price to earnings ratio, and sales multiple for each company profiled. In addition, the report includes industry-wide averages for insurance companies, manufacturing organizations, lab management firms, practice management companies, distributors, and consumer over-the-counter product firms. All of the sales and stock data are for the completion of the most recent fiscal year for each company.

The 2008 Dental Industry Metrics Report is a useful resource for investors, as well as dental company executives interested in comparing their company’s performance against specific competitors or the industry as a whole. The report is available only on CD-ROM. Each CD contains the report as a searchable Word® document and as a PDF® file. The cost of the report, $250, includes shipping and handling. There is an additional $10 fee if payment is not made by credit card at time of order. To order the report or obtain additional information, send an email to or call 714-543-8007. A faxable order form may be downloaded at



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One Response to “2008 Dental Industry Metrics Report”

  1. DI – Thanks for this announcement. As a marketer in the dental industry, I can tell you that it’s difficult to find concrete data such as this. Is anyone aware of any other metrics-type data sources specificially for the dental industry?


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