As South Korea’s health system struggles with rising costs, dentists are struggling to find ways to fill the voids left by the country’s aging population.
That is creating an increasingly competitive market for the industry.
Dentists in South Korean cities have been scrambling to fill a growing need for dental care.
And as the country struggles to cope with a growing aging population, dentistry is a prime market for those dentists.
The country has a population of nearly 1.3 billion, and many residents rely on health care services such as hospitals, clinics, nursing homes and social welfare agencies.
The government plans to spend nearly 1 trillion won ($1.18 billion) in this fiscal year to cover the dental care needs of 1.8 billion people.
But the dentistry sector is already struggling to meet those needs, according to South Korean government data.
According to a report by South Korea Health Services, dental care in South Koreans is currently among the highest in the world, according a Reuters analysis.
But that is not the whole story.
While the government aims to fill 1.6 trillion won to fill dental care for the 1.9 billion people by 2021, dentures are still not on the top of the priority list, said Chul Woo-won, an analyst at consulting firm DDB Group.
The dental care sector is also struggling to fill its growing demand due to the government’s plan to spend almost 1 trillion to cover its aging population by 2021.
According a report from South Korea Development Bank, denture consumption is expected to double by 2021 and by 2030 to more than 5 trillion won, and the government hopes that this will drive a growth in the number of dentures sold, which currently amount to only 3 trillion won.
The country has one of the highest rates of dental caries in the developed world, but it also has a high prevalence of dental disease.
The rate of dental complications among the elderly is also high.
According the United Nations Development Program, dental cariousness is the most common type of dental problem in the South Korean population, with over half of the population suffering from dental caried problems.
Dental cariousity is the biggest risk factor for oral cancer and a number of other diseases in South Kwonas.
And dentistry’s increasing costs have led dentists to consider other options, such as plastic surgery and a more affordable health care system.
While dentists can earn between $1,000 and $10,000 per year, many dentists working in the region are struggling financially.
According for an analysis by South Korean daily newspaper Chosun Ilbo, there are only a handful of dentists who earn more than $20,000 a year.
The majority of dentistry workers earn between 1,000 to 3,000 won a month, according the Chosuns report.
And it seems that many dentist working in South-Korean regions are facing tough financial times.