1. Popularity of Denturism spreading globally – True, there are already 40 locations of legislated acceptance. Organised Dentistry is the only opposition, due to vested interests of economic advantage provided by the monopoly.
  2. Denture wearers often pester Dental Technicians for direct supply of dentures, and reject the monopolistic restrictions – True, many dissatisfied patients are frustrated by go-between Dentists and the prescribed system of perceived incompetence or indifference and are desperate to find competent denture providers and for that reason going directly to the manufacturer, to circumvent the prescribed communication barrier.
  3. Dentists do not have exclusive rights to learning and developing their profession – True, there are many avenues of Specialist categories within Dentistry, but none in Dental Technology.
  4. Right of self-determination for Dental Technicians who wants to specialize – True, seeing the end product in situ and the patient's face after delivery of a successful denture will vastly increase job-satisfaction for Dental Technician's
  5. Denturists receive more intensive training in all aspects of removable prosthetics than Dentists – True, Denturism is unique compared to General Dentistry in the speciality focus of its training and practice. Unlike Dentistry, the main focus of the curriculum in Schools of Denturism is to ensure that Denturism students have acquired the requisite knowledge, attitudes and skills to provide high quality removable prosthodontic services to fully and partially edentulous patients.
  6. Denturism is so effective and the scope of practice in General Dentistry have become so vast, that Dental Schools in Australia are considering to discontinue denture training for dental students – True.
  7. Direct consultation and cooperation between consumer and manufacturer, results in improved communication and happy patients with better denture-satisfaction and customized aesthetic appearance – True, it circumvents the prescribed communication barrier of working through a go-between.
  8. Denturists as denture-experts provides better quality dentures than Quacks, and at least equal to the standard of competent Dentists – True, Quacks have no formal training and Dentists are not trained Dental Technicians, whereas, Dental Technicians are the Technical experts, experienced in making dentures, to which clinical skills is added, at least compared to that of Dentists, to become a Denturist - doing both chairside and laboratory work.
  9. Too many of the elderly and poor can’t afford Dentists’ denture fees – The profile of denture wearers is typically the elderly and underprivileged with special needs and poor socio-economic circumstances. Dentistry have become an elitist service for medical scheme driven services. The drive for introduction of Denturism concerns providing equitable rehabilitation-services to the edentulous (teeth-impaired) population, which includes large numbers of the often-neglected categories of the poor and the old. In South Africa they are currently often left with no other alternative than the unsavoury and unhygienic services of amateur backdoor quacks, and exposure to communicable diseases
  10. Direct efficient services, without the often clumsy fragmented procedures & high overheads of a go-between reduces cost of dentures by about 30% – True, all the time constraints and costs associated with back and forth deliveries are prevented, remakes are minimised and replaced with productive efficiency of direct services.  
  11. Dentures can be provided at more equitable fees – True, more efficient process with less remakes
  12. Illegal backdoor quacks provide a denture service that threatens community health – True, exposure to cross-infection of communicable diseases, such as Hepatitis B, TB, and (HIV/AIDS?)
  13. The State can’t supply need for dentures due to budget restraints – True, the State have to concentrate its budget on live threatening diseases and major health threats, and have officially categorized denture provision in its budget as a low priority. 
  14. Increased accessibility – True, but inconclusive evidence in rural areas, because viability of mobile services have not yet been tested locally. Quacks appear to do well, with no overhead costs. Serving patients at Home, Retirement facilities and Hospitals, including institutionalised geriatric care is apparently popular in many countries, including Australasia, Canada and the EU.
  15. By focusing on speciality services by Dentists and Denturists that each category are specialized in, promotes a more efficient utilization of Human Resources – True, teamwork and discipline-dedicated referrals are coat-effective and in the patient’s best interest.
  16. The poor and the elderly with a toothless disability should have a basic human right to be treated with dignity, and empowered by the rehabilitation to their full speech, mastication and oral health functioning, by having the right to an affordable safe denture service – True, and in line with the constitutional guidelines of Human Rights
  17. Denture consumers will be empowered by expanding their freedom of choice – True, having a choice, brings liberty and healthy competition, with downward pressure on prices.