Drawing on several decades of experience in the industry, Dr. Joseph Ayoub is a dentist who has been engaged with a variety of community efforts over the years, including helping special needs charities. In addition, Dr. Joseph Ayoub is a member of several professional organizations, such as the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD).
The AGD aims to advance education in the industry, and recently welcomed the Oral Health Literacy and Awareness Act of 2019, a bill that seeks to increase dental literacy across the country. It specifically looks to target what the AGD and other organizations believe to be at-risk demographics, including children, people with disabilities, and others.
The bill was introduced by representatives Nanette Diaz Barragán (D-CA), Tony Cárdenas (D-CA), and Gus Bilirakis (R-FL), and aims to deliver educational materials to these populations in a variety of ways, primarily through HRSA programs. Should the bill be enacted, the HRSA would receive up to $750,000 per year for these programs.
Using state-of-the-art technology, decorated cosmetic and implant dentist Dr. Joseph Ayoub has provided a plethora of preventative, cosmetic, and general dental procedures for over 16 years. Dr. Joseph Ayoub has attended several training sessions, conferences, and seminars that have enhanced his expertise in cosmetic and implant dentistry.
Recent data analyzed by market research company, Reports and Data revealed that the world market size of the cosmetic dentistry market was at $18.79 billion in 2018. At a compound annual growth rate of 7.2 percent, the industry is estimated to reach $32.73 billion by 2026.
The growing market may be attributed to several factors, such as the higher occurrence of tooth-related diseases, the increase in geriatric populations, and the growing availability of funds to support research and development activities.
Cosmetic dentistry refers to dental procedures that adjust the appearance of the teeth and gums. Its primary focus is on improving the overall smile appearance. Key developments in 2019 include the introduction of 3M Filtek, a new composite that modernizes anterior and posterior restoration techniques.
Patients who underwent cosmetic dentistry procedures have received the intervention of malocclusion, change in dental appearance, and teeth whitening. The growing geriatric population that complained of age-related tooth diseases has also fueled the growth of the market. Dental tourism has also influenced the growth of cosmetic dentistry in recent years.
For over 20 years, Dr. Joseph Ayoub has delivered high-quality dental care in a compassionate and caring manner. In addition to his work in dentistry, Dr. Joseph Ayoub and his wife support the work of the Developmental Disabilities Institute, (DDI) which provides programming for children, youth, and adults on the autistic spectrum.
To accommodate the unique needs of adults with autism, DDI operates several day programs across Long Island. Serving individuals 21 years of age and older, the day program provides crucial clinical support as well as opportunities to participate in recreational activities. All program members work with a team of professionals who create a personalized plan to help each participant develop life skills and remain active within their community.
Members can engage in sports, yoga, outdoor activities, and creative crafts while receiving psychological support and physical therapy. Individuals with advanced medical needs can also receive nursing treatment and speech therapy. DDI also coordinates transportation for those who need it.