Market Research Future (MRFR) has published a cooked research report onthe “Global Dental CAD/CAM Market” that contains the information from 2018 to 2027.
The dental CAD/CAM market is expected to register a CAGR of 11.57% during the forecast period 2021-2027, to reach USD 2,561.31 million by 2027.
MRFR recognizes the following companies as the key players in the global dental CAD/CAM market—Danaher (US), Hexagon (Sweden), PLANMECA OY (Finland), 3Shape (Denmark), Dental Wings (Canada), Zimmer Biomet (US),Roland DGA Corporation (US), Dentsply Sirona (US), Align Technology Inc (US), Institut Straumann AG (Switzerland), and EG Solutions (England).
The global dental CAD/CAM market is anticipated to reach a market value of USD 2,561.31 million by 2027.
Dental computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing, or CAD/CAM, is the automation technology which provide support dental restoration. CAD/CAM supplements old technologies that were used for these dental resolutions by enhance the speed of design and manufacturing, increasing the correctness and comfortof the design, construction, and insertion procedures. This technology has made restorations possible that otherwise would not have been feasible. Other goals include sinking unit costs and making restorations affordable.The growth of the global dental CAD/CAM is driven by the factors such asthe rising prevalence of dental diseases, increase in the number of dental procedures, and the increasing advantages and adoption of advanced technology are also expected to boost the market growth.However, the gray market for dental equipment distribution is likely to restrain the market growth.
The global dental CAD/CAM market is segmented into type, component, application, end user, and region. The type segment is further segmented into in-lab and in-office. The component is segmented into dental printers, milling machines, scanners, software, and others.The software segment is further sub-segmented into cloud-based andon-premises. The application segment is categorized into dental prosthesis and dental implants.The end user segment is segmented into dental clinics, dental laboratories, milling centers, and others.
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The global dental CAD/CAM market, based on region, has been divided into the Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East & Africa.
The Americas is expected to hold the largest share in the global dental CAD/CAM market. Major market players in the region, strategic acquisitions to enhance product portfolio, increasing cases of oral disorders, and availability of improved technology such as CAD/CAM and digital scanners are anticipated to drive the market growth in this region. The US will hold the largest market share in the North America Dental CAD/CAM market. This large share is due to the rising rates of oral disorders among the population. For instance, according to the National Center for Health Statistics, US, in April 2021, approximately 13.2% of children (5-19 years) in North America have untreated dental caries, and 25.9% of adults (aged 20-44) have untreated dental caries.
Europe accounts for the second-largest share in the global dental CAD/CAM market, primarily due to the acceptance of advanced treatments and the rising number of dental procedures. According to Atlas Dental, in March 2019, a total of 69,075 dental operations were performed in German hospitals in 2017. Most of the procedures were oftooth extractions, followed by tooth removal through osteotomy. Moreover, Europe is leading in terms of using advanced technology. Many European countries are updating themselves with advanced equipment such as intraoral scanners. For instance, according to the same report, 525 and 380 new digital intraoral scanners were installed in Germany and France, respectively, in 2017. In addition, around 15%–20% of dentists use intraoral scanners in Germany, with the percentage still rising.
Asia-Pacific is estimated to be the fastest-growing market due to continuous advancements in developing countries such as India and China. A huge geriatric population, rapid development in technology, and the presence of huge opportunities for the development of the market drive the growth of the Asia-Pacific Dental CAD/CAM market. According to the Asian Development Bank, Asia’s elderly population is projected to reach 923 million by 2050. However, the high cost of devices and high maintenance costs are hampering the growth of the market in developing countries.
The Middle East & Africa dental CAD/CAM market is segmented into two major regions, namely, the Middle East and Africa. Developed countries in the Middle East, such as the UAE and Saudi Arabia, have the maximum share in the dental CAD/CAM market. The advanced infrastructure and the increased expenditure in the healthcare sector andrising per capita disposable incomes in these countries are some factors contributing to the large share of the market in this region.
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