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With the AMOSYS software, you can improve patients’ oral health

The WHO report presents alarming data

The WHO report presents alarming data. In late April of this year, the World Health Organization (WHO) issued a statement stating that every second adult, or 50.1% of the territory covered by the WHO in Europe, had a serious oral health condition in 2019. Hans Kluge, the organization’s director, shared that this is not only a problem for the European continent but a global issue as well. The WHO calls for better health promotion and greater access to basic oral health care. As stated in the report, oral health contributes to “fundamental functions such as eating, breathing, and speaking, as well as… confidence, well-being, and the ability to communicate and work without pain, discomfort, and shame.”

The WHO’s call

The main message of the new report on the state of oral health in the European region, published by the WHO, is for national health insurance packages to include access to oral health services free of charge or at an affordable price. The most recent statistics indicate that, in addition to more than half of adults in the European territory suffering or having suffered from some severe oral health condition in 2019, the European region has the highest prevalence of serious oral diseases among all six WHO regions worldwide.


Europe has the second-highest percentage of tooth loss cases (25.2%), affecting around 88 million individuals aged 20 and above. This represents a prevalence of 12.4%, the highest among the WHO regions and nearly twice the global prevalence of 6.8%. There are almost 70,000 new cases of oral cavity cancer, accounting for 18.5% of the global number of cases. Oral cavity cancer caused the deaths of 26,500 individuals within the European region in 2020. Furthermore, out of the 53 countries in the European region, 34 (66.7%) do not have a national oral health policy, and 11 countries (23.4%) lack specialized personnel for oral diseases in the noncommunicable diseases department of their health ministries.

The report still outlines progress in certain areas, including a significant decrease (7.2%) in the prevalence of dental caries in children aged 1-9 years between 1990 and 2019 for primary teeth, as well as a decrease (3.9%) in the prevalence of dental caries in permanent teeth in this age group. However, the overall picture is worrisome.

Key recommendations from the WHO include:
  • Development of new national policies for oral health that align with the WHO Global Oral Health Strategy and national policies for non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and universal health coverage (UHC)
  • Allocation of specialized personnel and resources for oral health within the Ministry of Health or other national government health agencies
  • Policy measures aimed at reducing the intake of free sugars, such as mandatory labeling of nutritional value on pre-packaged foods and overall sugar reduction
  • Integration of oral health care into primary health care at all levels of service with the necessary levels of personnel, skills, and competencies
  • Development of an innovative oral health workforce model, including oral health specialists and other primary care workers
Our Opinion:

Teeth support the WHO’s stance and the need for more serious prevention of oral diseases. Our team can contribute with an innovative solution to address oral health issues by improving the workflows of dentists and dental technicians and facilitating communication between them. Another important aspect is that our team has often expressed enthusiasm not only for improving the work of dental technicians and dentists but also for ensuring that more patients can enjoy faster and higher-quality white smiles. We understand that patients cannot do without dentists, but dentists also need the support of dental technicians. Therefore, every step in this chain is equally important because the ultimate goal is to have satisfied patients with healthy teeth and gums.

The Role of AMOSYS:

The AMOSYS software was created to enhance communication between dentists and dental technicians, as well as to assist in laboratory management. Thanks to the two separate modules for dental technicians and dentists, the individual profiles are user-friendly and cater to the respective needs of each party. Some advantages of AMOSYS for both dentists and dental technicians include:

  • Cloud-based product: no need for installations
  • Automatic upgrades and ongoing support
  • Free online meetings with the team for any questions
  • Demo periods and other promotional discounts available
As a dental laboratory using AMOSYS, you will be able to:
  • Connect the laboratory profiles with an unlimited number of dental practice profiles
  • Track orders from receipt to delivery to the dental practice
  • Create your own “Passive Practice” and enter your own orders
  • Have instant access to information about pending orders, orders in progress, and orders ready for delivery
  • Plan, assign, and track which dental technician is working on which products
  • Access information on ordered and completed orders for each patient
  • Reduce the risk of errors in information transfer
  • Receive information on deadlines, payments, and stages of production for the dental appliances
  • Store all information in your profile
  • Quickly find orders using filters
  • Have a history for each order and a real-time chat

If you are a dental practice, AMOSYS will provide you with the ability to:

  • Reduce the risk of errors in information transfer
  • Submit dental laboratory orders entirely online
  • Upload photos, STL files, videos, and other files to each order
  • Have all orders visible in one place
  • Access information on ordered and completed orders for each patient
  • Store all information
  • Quickly find orders using filters
  • Have a history for each order and a real-time chat

Let’s improve oral health together! Take advantage now and schedule a demo meeting with us at: https://amosys.eu/en/booking/. We believe that technology will enhance healthcare and its management. Improve your workflow and see for yourself that it is possible!

  1. World Health Organization. WHO/Europe calls for urgent action on oral disease as the highest rates globally are recorded in European Region. 20.04.2023; https://www.who.int/europe/news/item/20-04-2023-who-europe-calls-for-urgent-action-on-oral-disease-as-highest-rates-globally-are-recorded-in-european-region
  2. Newspaper “24 Chasa”. WHO urges Europe to take measures against the increase of dental diseases. April 20, 2023. https://www.24chasa.bg/zdrave/article/14277594
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