Dutch Evmann is looking for a substantial investment opportunity in the United States

Dutch Evmann Investments Holding BV is looking for a substantial investment opportunity in the United States

The US is a country with a high standard of living and a population with a high life expectancy; the occurrence of age-related diseases is increasing in direct proportion to this. ”

— Dr. Ercan Varlibas

AMSTERDAM NETHERLAND, HOLLANDA, November 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Dutch Evmann is looking for a substantial investment opportunity in the United States

Dutch Evmann Investments Holding BV, the umbrella organization of "VSY Biotechnology GmbH-Germany" and "Alsanza Medizintechnik und Pharma GmbH-Germany", which produces and sells high-quality, innovative products in the field of Ophthalmology and Orthopedics is searching for a substantial investment opportunity in the United States.

At the "Eyecelerator" conference in New Orleans, which was organized by the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) and the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS) where entrepreneurs, managers, investors, and ophthalmologists from all around the world attended, Evmann Holding was represented by its esteemed chairman of the board, Dr. Ercan Varlıbaş. Drawing significant attention as one of the most active participants at the conference, Mr. Varlibas talked about Evmann Investment Holding BV’s strategic growth approach and its imminent goal of becoming a Unicorn company.

The United States is the largest consumer market in the world, with a population of 325 million and a GDP of 20 trillion dollars. The US, which boasts almost one-third of household consumption globally, also reaches hundreds of millions of additional consumers thanks to free trade agreements with 20 countries. In addition to these significant advantages, the United States enjoys one of the most suitable markets for investors with its leadership in global R&D, its business sector structure which encourages free enterprise and competition, its developed market structure, and its talented workforce.

As well as bringing its high-quality products in the field of ophthalmology to consumers in 90 countries on 6 continents, through its subsidiaries, Evmann Investments Holding BV intends to add another dimension to its global presence by making a significant investment in the United States. At the "Eyecelerator" conference Dr. Ercan Varlibas stated: “The US is a country with a high standard of living and a population with a high life expectancy; the occurrence of age-related diseases is increasing in direct proportion to this. We can predict that an aging population will increase the demand for medical treatments and biotechnology-based solutions. According to reports, the market size of the biotech industry is expected to increase by 4% in 2022. In addition, the public sector will try to reduce its total cost by using more effective solutions as well as curative and preventive treatments. All these developments in the US create attractive opportunities for Biotechnology investment companies like Evmann.”

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Thanksgiving: A Celebration of Religious Freedom, Historic Insights from Early Settlers to the United Nations

Rev. Susan Taylor of the Church of Scientology promoting religious freedom over Thanksgiving

Roger Williams, Founder of Rhode Island and an early religious freedom advocate

Founding Church of Scientology hosting Thanksgiving event and celebrating religious freedom

Unique insights from the first Thanksgiving 400 years ago to the 40th anniversary of the UN declaration against religious discrimination this Thanksgiving.

We are very fortunate to live here in the US where we do have religious freedom – but it has been fought for at great expense over the last 400 years”

— Rev. Susan Taylor

WASHINGTON, DC, USA, November 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Rev. Susan Taylor, President of the Founding Church of Scientology, is reminding us about the reasons behind Thanksgiving. Those who came to our shores in the 1600s in the New England area survived bitter winters and internal conflicts – with help from the local Native Americans. They came for many reasons but primarily for religious freedom. Those who survived the first year gathered together with Native Americans 400 years ago in what is considered the first Thanksgiving.

So we look upon Thanksgiving Day each year with this legacy in mind and give thanks to those who had the courage of their convictions to flee religious discrimination and persecution to come to a new land.

Why is religious freedom important today? Rev. Taylor said, “We are very fortunate to live here in the US where we do have religious freedom – but it has been fought for at great expense over the last 400 years.”

Many in the US believe we have always had religious freedom, but we haven’t. It was fought for. Religious minorities suffered from social and legal discrimination and persecution from the very founding of the English colonies.

For instance, in 1635, the Massachusetts Bay Colony expelled Roger Williams for opposing the Puritan church’s control over civil law. After his expulsion, he settled on Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island, where he established a new colony, which he called Providence. Williams proclaimed that everyone had the freedom to worship as they chose; that government would have no control over religion; and that religious ministers would have no power to make or enforce laws. Rhode Island’s Charter, which served as the state constitution until 1842, includes this forward-looking provision:

“No person within the said Colony, at any time hereafter, shall be any wise molested, punished, disquieted, or called in question, for any differences in opinion, in matters of religion, who does not actually disturb the peace of our said Colony; but that all and every person and persons may, from time to time, and at all times hereafter, freely and fully have and enjoy his own and their judgments and consciences, in matters of religious concernments, throughout the tract of land heretofore mentioned, they behaving themselves peaceably and quietly and not using this liberty to licentiousness and profaneness, nor to the civil injury or outward disturbance of others.”

What has since been called Rhode Island’s “lively experiment” in religious liberty made the colony a haven for Baptists, Quakers, Jews, and other religious minorities. More than a century after his death, Roger Williams’ notion of “a separation between the garden of the church and the wilderness of the world” inspired House of Representatives to pass the first amendment to the newly ratified U.S. Constitution. It states, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

This principle is carried forward in the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights written right after WWII, which includes Article 18 which states, “Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.” This year Thanksgiving also marks the 40th Anniversary of the UN Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Intolerance and of Discrimination Based on Religion or Belief proclaimed by General Assembly resolution on 25 November 1981.

Rev. Taylor also cited the Creed of the Church of Scientology, written by L. Ron Hubbard shortly after the first Church of Scientology was founded in 1955. It declares: “That all men have inalienable rights to their own religious practices and their performance.” And “That all men have inalienable rights to conceive, choose, assist or support their own organizations, churches and governments.”

Thus, the Church of Scientology advocates religious freedom and recognizes that freedom of religion must include the willingness to permit others to continue with their chosen religion or to change their religion. This can occur only in a society that recognizes the distinction between church and state and where no one religion is permitted to assume a dominant role in the affairs of government.

Knowing that all faiths are a minority someplace in the world, there is an honest and dedicated interest in this fight by good people on behalf of all religions. For if freedom of religion does not exist for one minority religion in a country, then there is a strong possibility that your religion, whatever it is, might also suffer. Witness the violent conflicts over religious freedom in China, the Middle East, and so many other countries where minority faiths are being driven out and their adherents persecuted.

To celebrate Thanksgiving and religious freedom declarations, the Founding Church of Scientology in Washington, DC, opens its doors to members, friends, and neighbors with a turkey dinner and open house celebrating our country’s religious freedom roots. This Thanksgiving meal and celebration of religious freedom furthers the community spirit of protection of human rights for all and remind us that freedom of religion must be constantly fought for.

As part of the celebration, booklets detailing the 30 rights under the Universal Declaration on Human Rights will be distributed. The booklets are published by Youth for Human Rights International (YHRI) which was formed in 2001 to promote and teach the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). Surveys at that time revealed that very few people were aware of the UDHR or the 30 human rights named therein. YHRI specifically is working to teach the youth of today about human rights and inspire them to become valuable advocates for tolerance and peace.

Rev. Taylor said, “Enjoy your Thanksgiving Day and remember you are giving thanks also for the freedom to believe as you choose – including the right to not believe – and to practice your faith.”

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Thankful for Our Resilience: Why Predictions of a “Mental Health Pandemic” Have Proven Wrong

COVID resilience, hands on window

The number of U.S. suicides falling 3% in 2020 from the prior year, despite a substantial increase in depression and anxiety due to the pandemic, suggests resilience was a factor.

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The frequency of suicidal thoughts and suicide attempts among U.S. military veterans dropped significantly in 2020, possibly a reflection of having endured more lifetime traumas and adversity than civilians and becoming able to weather periods of prolonge

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Parents can teach resilience to their children by setting an example of how to cope with adversity, as no doubt millions of American parents have done during the pandemic.

Mental health practitioners overlooked resilience when forecasting a surge of pandemic-related suicides and mental disorders requiring treatment.

Even when you think you can’t be strong for yourself, reach down deep inside and say, ‘This isn’t just about you; it’s about others as well.’”

— Dr. George Everly, Jr., professor of psychology at Johns Hopkins University

WASHINGTON, DC, USA, November 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Despite the financial stress and social isolation experienced by Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic, which prompted dire predictions of a “mental health pandemic” and a soaring number of people taking their own lives, there were fewer suicides in 2020 as compared to 2019. History suggests that people’s resilience plays an important role in coping with depression and stress during crises.

The number of U.S. suicides fell 3% last year from the prior year, in spite of a substantial increase in depression and anxiety, which are natural reactions to a pandemic, but also risk factors for suicide. In early 2020, the number of suicides was higher than in 2019, but starting in March, when COVID-19 was first declared a national emergency and stay-at-home orders were first issued, the number of suicides were lower than in the prior year in almost every month through the rest of the year, according to provisional data released by the Centers for Disease Control. The report did not address reasons for the drop.

Similarly, grim forecasts were wrong about the COVID-19 pandemic creating a perfect storm for increased suicidal behavior among military veterans, whose rate of suicide was already higher than the general population. The frequency of suicidal thoughts and suicide attempts among veterans actually dropped significantly in 2020, according to a study led by Brandon Nichter, Ph.D, and published in August in JAMA Psychiatry. Researchers found that the prevalence of past-year suicidal ideation among veterans decreased to 7.8% in November 2020, 10 months into the pandemic, from 10.6% a year earlier, before the pandemic reached the U.S. Attempted suicides during the one-year period were so low (0.3%) that researchers did not pursue further analysis.

Among the possible explanations given by the researchers for the decline is the fact that “military veterans tend to have endured substantially more lifetime traumas and adversity relative to civilians, and therefore may be more accustomed to maneuvering through life’s challenges and weathering periods of prolonged stress.”

History suggests that people’s own resilience in times of disasters have rendered mental health treatment unnecessary. In the 25 May 2020 issue of The Australian an article, entitled “Blitz Spirit: Fortunately for the COVID-19 generation, history suggests we often rebound from mass trauma events,” details instances of that resilience.

In the late 1930s, as Britain braced itself for war and mass civilian casualties from German bombing, a committee of psychiatrists predicted that the bombs would cause three times more mental injuries than physical injuries. Several large psychiatric hospitals were built outside London to deal with the anticipated psychological trauma. But despite 57 straight nights of bombings, 41,000 Londoners killed, and two million homes destroyed, predictions of mental trauma requiring hospitalization proved to be wrong. The newly built psychiatric hospitals remained empty and were eventually repurposed as hospitals for the physically wounded.

Similarly, predictions were made following the 9/11 attacks in New York City that one in four New Yorkers would suffer post-traumatic stress syndrome requiring professional treatment. Some 9,000 counselors were dispatched from across the U.S. to be prepared to deliver. But the tents set up to deliver mental health treatment remained largely empty, as New Yorkers relied on their own supports and resilience to weather the crisis.

Dr. George Everly, Jr., a psychologist and professor at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, is an expert with more than 40 years’ experience studying the psychological impacts of disasters, trauma and crises. His comments in a 2020 interview may describe exactly how parents drew on their own resilience in handling the pandemic for themselves and their children.

“My message to parents is that your children rely on you. You must be that strength for them,” he said. “Even when you think you can’t be strong for yourself, reach down deep inside and say, ‘This isn’t just about you; it’s about others as well.’”

He continued: “This is an important time. This may be one of the defining milestones in your children’s development. It’s an opportunity to show them how to cope.” In other words, parents can teach resilience to their children by setting an example, as no doubt millions of American parents have done during the pandemic.

A lesson learned from history is to be skeptical of predictions of “mental health crises” in the wake of disasters. “Crises” are created by mental health practitioners viewing normal responses to abnormal situations as mental disorders, which then require treatment that all too often includes mind-altering psychiatric drugs with known side effects that can include deepening depression and worsening anxiety. It turns out millions of Americans weathered the pandemic by drawing on their own resilience, social supports, and other coping strategies, as people have done when dealing with disasters and trauma down through the ages.

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) will continue to alert the public to the psychiatric-pharmaceutical industry’s attempts to take profitable advantage of disasters. CCHR continues to raise awareness of the dangers of psychiatric drugs and to advocate for the full disclosure of the risks of dangerous side effects and withdrawal symptoms from these powerful, mind-altering drugs, so that patients can make fully informed decisions about taking or discontinuing the drugs.

CCHR was co-founded in 1969 by members of the Church of Scientology and the late psychiatrist and humanitarian Thomas Szasz, M.D., recognized by many academics as modern psychiatry’s most authoritative critic, to eradicate abuses and restore human rights and dignity to the field of mental health. Since then, CCHR has helped obtain more than 180 laws that protect mental health patients.

The CCHR National Affairs Office in Washington, DC, has advocated for mental health rights at the state and federal level. The CCHR traveling exhibit, which has toured 441 major cities worldwide and educated over 800,000 people on the history of abusive psychiatric practices up to the present time, has been displayed in Washington, DC, at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Annual Legislative Caucus and other locations.

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(Video) Iran Protests – Shahrekord’ s Uprising to Protest the Lack of Water

11/24/2021-The people of Shahr-e Kord, Chaharmahal, and Bakhtiari province held the second consecutive day of their large demonstrations on Monday, protesting government policies that have resulted in water shortages across the province.

(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): The people of Shahr-e Kord, Chaharmahal, and Bakhtiari province held the second consecutive day of their large demonstrations on Monday, protesting government policies that have resulted in water shortages across the province

11/24/2021-The protests in Shahr-e Kord began on Sunday, following two weeks of intense protests of the neighboring Isfahan province. On Saturday, thousands of people from across Isfahan gathered at the basin of the Zayandeh Rud river.

(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): The protests in Shahr-e Kord began on Sunday, following two weeks of intense protests of the neighboring Isfahan province. On Saturday, thousands of people from across Isfahan gathered at the basin of the Zayandeh Rud river.

11/24/2021-The people of ran do not wish to live under the yoke of the mullahs who have stolen their healthy water and air. The only way out is to end mullahs’ rule of oppression.

(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran)Maryam Rajavi: The people of ran do not wish to live under the yoke of the mullahs who have stolen their healthy water and air. The only way out is to end mullahs’ rule of oppression.

Like many other provinces, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari are facing severe water shortages. The protesters were saying that government officials are only giving promises and refrain from taking action.

(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): Like many other provinces, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari are facing severe water shortages. The protesters were saying that government officials are only giving promises and refrain from taking action.

11/24/2021-The production of each kilogram of steel consumes about 30,000 liters of water. It is certain that these industries swallow the water on the Zayandeh Rud… Additionally, aquifers are also in serious danger of drying out.

(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran)The production of each kilogram of steel consumes about 30,000 liters of water. It is certain that these industries swallow the water on the Zayandeh Rud… Additionally, aquifers are also in serious danger of drying out.

11/24/2021-According to the Jomhori-e Eslami paper, Gotvand Dam, 500,000 tons of salt are being dissolved in the dam reservoir annually and the conditions of the dam will get worsen .

(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran) : According to the Jomhori-e Eslami paper, Gotvand Dam, 500,000 tons of salt are being dissolved in the dam reservoir annually and the conditions of the dam will get worsen .

11/24/2021-Mohammad Mokhber acknowledged that the regime is trying to cope with an unprecedented and extremely worrying budget deficit, saying that the amount of 647,000 billion tomans (equal to $22,685,834,500) this year was the regime’s most important e

(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): Mohammad Mokhber acknowledged that the regime is trying to cope with an unprecedented and extremely worrying budget deficit, saying that the amount of 647,000 billion tomans (equal to $22,685,834,500) this year was the regime

11/24/2021-fearing the spread of the protests, the clerical regime’s Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), instead of returning the diverted waters to people, has resorted to ridiculous tactics against the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK/PMOI)

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Fearing the spread of the protests, the clerical regime’s Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), instead of returning the diverted waters to people, has resorted to ridiculous tactics against the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK/PMOI)

Maryam Rajavi hailed the people of Shahrekord who rose up against the plunder of water in Iran She said: people rise up from Khuzestan to Isfahan & Shahrekord.

Ebtekar newspaper: some MPs trying to tie the protests in Isfahan with ethnic disputes to exploit them. These reactions just show how far failing to understand the cleverness of the people of Isfahan.”

— NCRI

PARIS, FRANCE, November 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Today, November 22, 2021, for the second day running, thousands of people of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province demonstrated in the Provincial capital, Shahrekord (to protest against the lack of water and the clerical regime’s plundering policies.

Yesterday, demonstrators marched from Revolution Square to the Governor’s office where they gathered.

During the demonstrations, protesters chanted:

"Bakhtiari dies, will not accept humiliation,” "Beware of when we pick up our guns,” “Shame on the state radio and television [for censoring the news of our protests],” “Lorestan, Khuzestan (provinces) support our protests,” “Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari people will not allow their water to be taken away,” and “The shameless officials plundered the water.” The demonstrators vowed to continue their protests in the following days until they achieved their rights.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), hailed the brave people of Shahrekord who rose up in the wake of protests in Isfahan against the regime’s plunder of water resources. She said: The people of Iran rise up from Khuzestan to Isfahan and Shahrekord.

They do not want to live under the yoke of the mullahs who have stolen their water and air.

The only way out is to end mullahs’ rule of oppression.

The people of Shahr-e Kord, Chaharmahal, and Bakhtiari province held the second consecutive day of their large demonstrations on Monday, protesting government policies that have resulted in water shortages across the province.

The protesters were chanting anti-regime slogans and encouraging other provinces to join what is slowly becoming a nationwide movement against regime policies.

Since June 2021 concurrent with the people’s protests in Iran’s Khuzestan province, the country is witnessing constantly new protests over water shortage.

After the recent protests in Isfahan and then in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province, the regime, out of fear that the people would declare the regime to be the main culprit of this situation, is introducing drought and rainfall decrease as the main reasons for this situation.

Mohsen Pirhadi, a member of the regime’s parliament executive board told the Resalat newspaper: “Today, people’s demand for water is spreading from one city to another and from one province to other provinces.

The demands of the labor society have reached the teachers’ community or the medical staff and this will soon encourage other social strata and spectrums to pursue their demands. If this happens, then the neglect of handling issues and problems such as air pollution in metropolitan areas won’t be justified.”

“According to experts, there’s only one province that doesn’t suffer from water shortages, and we are facing this natural challenge throughout the entire country,” the state-run Vatan-e-Amrooz newspaper reported.

The state-run newspaper Ebtekar wrote: “Some MPs were trying to tie the protests in Isfahan with ethnic disputes in order to exploit them. These reactions just demonstrate how far they are off, failing to understand the wisdom of the people of Isfahan who didn’t blame their compatriots but rather they aimed at the administrative recklessness.”

The state-run newspaper Jomhori-e Eslami also warned: “The problem that farmers are facing cannot be solved with orders nor with recommendations. It is time for the government to relocate industries with high water consumption from water-scarce areas to the seashores instead of resorting to excuses.”

Concerning the necessity to shut down Mobarakeh Steel Company and Esfahan Steel Company that are the main factories responsible for drying up of the Zayandeh Rud river, a state-affiliated expert told the state-run newspaper Setareh Sobh: “The production of each kilogram of steel consumes about 30,000 liters of water.

It is certain that these industries swallow the water on the Zayandeh Rud… Additionally, aquifers are also in serious danger of drying out. The plains in Isfahan, as well as those in Khorasan province, sink 12 cm annually.”

Meanwhile, according to state sources, the outlook for the Chamshir Dam in Khuzestan, which is run by the regime’s Water and Power Resources Management Company and is currently being drained, is worse than the catastrophic fate of the Gotvand Dam.

According to the Jomhori-e Eslami newspaper, 500,000 tons of salt are being dissolved in the dam reservoir annually and the conditions of Chamshir dam will be worse than Gotvand dam.

On November 21, during an interview with IRNA, the official news agency, Vice President, Mohammad Mokhber acknowledged that the regime is trying to cope with an unprecedented and extremely worrying budget deficit, saying that the amount of 647,000 billion tomans (equal to $22,685,834,500) this year was the regime’s most important economic challenge.

Iran Protests: Using Ridiculous Tactics Against Mek, IRGC Desperately Attempts To Downplay the Uprising as Insignificant and a Failure.

Following the continuation of the uprising and sit-in by the people and farmers of Isfahan, fearing the spread of the protests, the clerical regime’s Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), instead of returning the diverted waters to people, has resorted to ridiculous tactics against the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK/PMOI) and desperately tried to downplay the uprising as being insignificant and a failure.

Shahin Gobadi
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The people of Shahr-e Kord, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province, held the second consecutive day of their large demonstrations on Monday,


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Unlike Many, sikka.ai Hasn’t Been Shocked by Inflation – Its “Dental Inflation Indicator” Predicted It

sikka.ai’s Dental Inflation Indicator™ chart.

sikka.ai’s Dental Inflation Indicator™, from January 2017 through October of 2021, the last full month of readings.

Chart showing "Dr. Copper" comparison of copper prices to inflation rate.

The classic “Dr. Copper” comparison of copper prices to the inflation rate, over the same time period.

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sikka.ai’s logo and brand image pay homage to its position at the forefront of artificial intelligence applications for healthcare and beyond.

When inflation recently hit its highest year-over-year increase in more than 30 years, it showed what sikka.ai was already seeing in dental recall appointments.

Dentists see patients more often in a year than physicians, on average, and are a primary line of healthcare contact…leading to explosive improvements in both diagnostic and economic indicators.”

— CEO and Founder Vijay Sikka

SAN JOSE, CA, USA, November 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The American Farm Bureau estimates that the prototypical Thanksgiving dinner costs 14% more this year than last, used cars continue to fly off lots, and dollar stores chains are being forced to revisit both their pricing strategies and even their names. Indeed, inflation is the word on everyone’s lips these days. Enter sikka.ai’s Dental Inflation Indicator™, as discussed recently on CNBC’s “The Exchange”.

"Dentists see patients more often in a year than physicians, on average, and are a primary line of healthcare contact with the population. This is leading to explosive improvements in both diagnostic and economic indicators," said CEO and Founder Vijay Sikka. "We at sikka.ai have built an award winning API platform that enables connection between doctors and patients for over a third of North American markets."

sikka.ai has found that the average recall of dental appointments – namely, how many patients come back for those pre-scheduled appointments we all make at the end of visits to the dentist – are a close proxy of where consumer confidence, and by extension prices, are headed. Analyzing its proprietary, deidentified dataset of 35,000 practices and 122 million patients, sikka.ai’s Dental Inflation Indicator boasts a correlation of 0.744. On the other hand, the historically vaunted “Dr. Copper” approach, which compares copper prices to inflation, registers only 0.693 – substantially lower.

What’s more, as seen in the accompanying image, sikka.ai’s Dental Inflation Indicator has been ahead of changes in the inflation rate for much of 2021. While no one has a crystal ball when it comes to inflation, sikka.ai’s Dental Inflation Indicator is the next best thing. sikka.ai publishes this chart on its homepage, so everyone can gaze into the future.

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