Market Research Future (MRFR) has published a “global in-office chairside 3D printing in dentistry market”
MRFR recognizes the following companies as the key players in the global in-office chairside 3D printing in dentistry market SprintRay, Inc. (US), Formlabs (US), EnvisionTEC US LLC (US), Asiga (Indonesia), Ivoclar Vivadent AG (Liechtenstein), Planmeca OY (Finland), DWS (Italy), Zuga Medical (US), LuxCreo (US), HeyGears (US), and Others.
The global in-office chairside 3D printing in dentistry market is accounted to register a CAGR of 19.45% during the forecast period and is estimated to reach USD 5.43 billion by 2032.
High incidences of dental caries & other dental diseases and increasing demand for individualized dental procedures. Moreover, increasing investment in appearance and facial esthetics, growing demand for cosmetic orthodontics using clear aligners, and growing awareness of preventive dental care is propelling the chairside 3D printing market growth. The dentists use aligner technology for aligning the teeth using custom-made aligners. The combination of virtual modeling software along with the rapid production processes allows the dentists to attain the desired cosmetic results. The aligner system enhances the dental procedure and offers precise and accurate results post-treatment. Furthermore, corporate organizations are conducting seminars and camps to create awareness about oral health. Also, these campaigns are aimed at adopting good habits to maintain healthier oral conditions. Similarly, a regular visit to the dentist is also advised to minimize any dental problems. The adoption of such prospects is expected to drive the chairside 3D printing market in the forecast timeline.
However, the limited availability of skilled workers has limited the growth of the market. In contrast, growing partnerships among market players create opportunities for the global market leaders.
The global in-office chairside 3D printing in dentistry market has been segmented based product & service, technology, and application.
On the basis of product & service, in-office chairside 3D printing in dentistry is segmented into material, equipment, and services. The equipment segment accounted for the largest market with a market share of over 40% in 2022, and the services segment is anticipated to be the fastest-growing for the forecast period of 2023–2032. The wide range of applications, which enable a more efficient workflow for dentists and dental technicians, more accessible for many dental practices due to their compact sizes and affordable prices, are burgeoning the segment's growth.
Based on application, the in-office chairside 3D printing in dentistry is segmented into stereolithography (SLA), digital light processing (DLP), liquid crystal display (LCD), and others. The stereolithography (SLA) segment accounted for the largest share in 2022 and is the fastest-growing segment during the forecast period. The advantages offered by SLA printing such as its production speed, high resolution, relatively low cost to other 3D printer types, and ability to construct intricate designs are driving their adoption.
The in-office chairside 3D printing in dentistry, based on end user, is segmented into prosthodontics, orthodontics, implantology, and oral and maxillofacial surgery. Prosthodontics is divided into crown and bridge dentures, complete dentures, and removable partial denture frameworks, and orthodontics is bifurcated into clear aligners and custom braces. Moreover, implantology is segmented into surgical guides and three-dimensional printed custom trays, and oral and maxillofacial surgery is segmented into occlusal splints and surgical implants. The prosthodontics segment accounted for the largest market with a market share of over 45% in 2022. In the field of oral and maxillofacial surgery, 3D printing has advanced significantly. This is due to advances in 3D scanning technologies such as Cone-beam Computed Tomography (CBCT), intraoral and extraoral scanning, and other computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM). The growing use of occlusal splints in the diagnosis, management, alleviation, and prevention of discomfort caused by occlusal discrepancies, obstructive sleep apnea, orofacial pain, bruxism, and patients undergoing orthodontic or prosthodontic/restorative rehabilitation is helping to drive application segment growth.
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The global in-office chairside 3D printing in dentistry market, based on region, has been divided into the North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Middle East & Africa. The North America further includes US and Canada. The Europe includes countries namely Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain, and Rest of Europe. The in-office chairside 3D printing in dentistry in Asia-Pacific has been segmented into China, India, Japan, South Korea, Australia, and Rest of Asia-Pacific. Moreover, the Rest of the World comprises of Middle East, Africa, and Latin America.
North America is a large in-office/chairside 3D printing in dentistry market due to reasons such as rising prevalence of dental caries and other dental illnesses, high oral care expenditure, and rising desire for cosmetic dentistry. According to the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the percentage of untreated dental caries in the US in 2019 was 13.2% in children and 25.9% in adults.
Moreover, Europe is predicted to develop significantly in the worldwide market due to an ageing population and more dental tourism. Spain, Poland, and Hungary are among the European countries that provide high-quality dental care at a moderate cost. As a result, dental tourism has increased in these countries.
Furthermore, the Asia-Pacific region presents lucrative prospects for companies in the in-office/chairside 3D printing in dentistry market, owing to rising disposable incomes and increased demand for digital dental solutions to enhance clinical workflow. This rising disposable income of the people is leading to greater expenditure on oral health, thereby bolstering the utilization of digital dentistry in the region.
Additionally, the following regions: the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America are considered under the Rest of the World. The rest of the world is expected to account for the lowest share in the global market due to low development, lack of technical knowledge, and poor medical facilities in developing economies in this region. Factors such as the growing focus of leading market players on expanding their distribution networks and growing consumer awareness are driving the in-office/chairside 3D printing in dentistry market in the region.
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