San Francisco, California, February 20, 2018 – Dental consumables find application for elective and non-elective dental needs. Dental consumables are considerably related to enhance one’s personal appearance which make them indispensable component of cosmetic treatments. At the same time, dental consumables are essential for any dental practice for the treatment of dental disorders such as tooth restoration. A business intelligence publication by TMR Research provides valuable insights into the growth of the global dental consumables market over the 2017-2025 forecast timeframe. The report is titled “Dental Consumables Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Analysis, Growth, and Forecast 2017 – 2025.”
The report studies the global dental consumables market on the basis of product, end user, and geography. By product type, dental implants led the overall market in 2016 and is likely to retain dominance through the forecast period. Rising popularity of laser treatment coupled with high durability, biocompatibility, and osseointegration of dental implants are factors behind the dominance of dental implants segment.
In terms of end user, the dental clinics segment dominate the dental consumables market. Dental clinics are increasingly adopting advanced practices such as digital dentistry that account for their dominance in the dental consumables market. The tie-up of dental practices with insurance companies for dental coverage make them favored among patients for dental needs. This is boosting the dental clinics end-use segment in the dental consumables market.
On the basis of geography, the report studies the dental consumables market across North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, and Rest of the World. North America, among them, is currently the leading market for dental consumables. High importance for personal appearance, high level of awareness about the importance of oral health, and widespread modern dentistry practices are key factors behind the growth of North America dental consumables market. High incidence of periodontal diseases among the baby boomers is transforming dental practices in the U.S. According to the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, 69% adults between 35 and 44 years report loss of one or more permanent tooth that needs to be replaced by an artificial one.
Europe is a key market for dental consumables owing to high awareness for preventive dental care and state-driven oral healthcare services that are either completely free or involve nominal fee. Introduction of the Comprehensive Dental Reform Act of 2012 in countries such as the U.K. and Germany have also fuelled the Europe dental consumables market. In addition, rising incidence of periodontal diseases mainly among individuals 60 years and older is stoking the demand for dental consumables. As per the State of Oral Health in Europe report released in 2012, more than 50% population in Europe is likely to suffer from periodontal disease, of which individuals above the age of 60 years are more susceptible to.
On the other hand, powered by emerging medical tourism in countries such as India and Turkey, Asia Pacific is emerging as a key market for dental consumables. Patients from Western countries are increasingly travelling to these destinations to receive quality care at affordable prices. The newly developed healthcare infrastructure along with digitization of dental practices is also attracting patients from Western countries to these destinations.
Leading companies in the global dental consumables market include Danaher, Dentsply, Biomet, Sirona Institut, Zimmer, and Staumann. Some other prominent vendors in the market are 3M, 3Shape, BioHorizons, Biotech Dental, Camlog Holding, Dentatus, E4D, HIOSSEN, Southern Implants, SGS Dental, A.B. Dental Devices, ADIN Dental Implant Systems, Align Technology, Carestream Health, Cotex Dental, GC, Glidewell Laboratories, Heraeus Holding, Sweden & Martina, and TRI Dental Implants.
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