Economics of failure

It is axiomatic that there is an economic cost implication in provision of any treatment, whether this cost is met by individual patients or is state funded. There are financial implications in treatment of failed restorations and also in preventing failure, and this should be transparent at the outset of treatment to both operator and patient. The relationship between initial cost and longevity is not always obvious, and in some cases a more costly initial treatment option may prove to be more cost effective in the long term4.

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