San Francisco, California, May 17, 2017 : Increasing incidences of oral diseases and introduction of new technologies such as CAD & CAM will keep the global dental and crowns and bridges market in good stead in the near future, according to a study by TMR Research. The study, titled “Dental Crowns and Bridges Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2017–2025,” also credits the rising number of diabetic patients for the prosperity of the market for dental crowns and bridges. The study has been prepared to serve as a reliable business document for audiences such as dental implants and prosthetics manufacturers, distributors of dental crowns and bridges, research and consulting firms, dental hospitals and clinics, dental practitioners, and laboratory technicians.
All factors that may influence the demand in the global dental crowns and bridges market have been analyzed in the report, and scenario of the market until 2025 has been estimated. One of the key aspect of the report is company profiles section, wherein several market leaders have been studied for their product portfolio, share of the pie, and recent strategic developments.
According to the findings of the report, oral health problems are fairly common among people of all ages, but with the availability of cost-effective long-term solutions, patients seldom hesitate in investing in the treatment. Increasing prevalence of diabetes, in which tooth loss is frequent, is another key factor favoring the global dental crowns and bridges market. In addition to that, new technologies such as CAD/CAM, which is used to treat critical oral health issues such as full mouth reconstruction, bridges, and inlays, will keep the demand flowing in the global dental crowns and bridges market. On the other hand, lack of consumer awareness, limited availability of dentists, and the lack of reimbursement policies are a few factors that will hinder the market from achieving its true potential. The TMR Research report has also detected some trends of the dental crowns and bridges market such as new product launches and the popularity of medical tourism in Asia Pacific.
Based on material, the global dental crowns and bridges market can be segmented into ceramic and metal. Product-wise, the market can be categorized into crowns and bridges. Geographically, the report takes stock of the potential of several regions including Asia Pacific, North America, Europe, and the Middle East and Africa.
Though there are plenty of opportunities in the global dental crowns and bridges market, the presence of a large number of global and regional players has intensified the competitive landscape. In this scenario, product innovation and mergers and acquisition is turning into the most logical strategy for the leading vendors in this market. 3M, DENTSPLY, Nobel Biocare Services, Zimmer-Biomet, Ivoclar Vivadent, and Straumann are some of the prominent companies operating in the global dental crowns and bridges market.