ID: MRFR/DM/2037-CRR | August, 2018 | Region: Global | 93 pages | Cooked Research Reports
Dental Implants Market information, by Type of Material (Titanium Implant, Zirconium Implant, Others), By Procedure (Root-form dental implant, Plate-form dental implant, and others), by End User (Dental Hospitals & Clinics Market, Dental Research Laboratories, and others) - Global Forecast to 2022
Market Synopsis of Dental Implants Market:
Dental implants are replacement of tooth roots. A dental implant is a metal post mainly made up of titanium or zirconium which is surgically positioned into the jawbone beneath the gums. Once these implants are placed into the jawbone, they allow the dentist to mount the replacement teeth over them. The dental implant acts like an artificial root into the jaw so as to hold a replacement tooth or a bridge and it does not affect nearby teeth. Dental implants as an option are for those people who have lost tooth/teeth as a result of a periodontal diseases or an injury.
The global market for Dental implants is growing rapidly due to various factors like, increasing aging population and increasing awareness about oral health are driving the growth for dental implant market. Medical devices manufacturers are developing new and innovative products to provide more advance solutions to the dental professionals. Cosmetic dentistry treatment market is growing rapidly because of dissatisfaction and cavities. It is niche market and growing steadily.
Globally the market for Dental Implants is growing steadily and has a bright future. The market for Dental Implants is expected to grow at the CAGR of ~4.6% from 2016 to 2022.
MRFR has segmented the report into four key dynamics, for the convenience of enhanced understanding;
By Procedures : Comprises Root-form Dental Implants, Plate-form Dental Implants, and other.
By Type of Materials : Zirconium Implant, Titanium Implant, and other.
By End Users: Dental Hospitals & Clinics Market, and Dental Research Laboratories, among other.
By Regions: North America, Europe, APAC and Rest of the World.
Key Players for Dental Implants Market:
Some of the key players in this market are: Institut Straumann AG (Switzerland), 3M (US), Osstem Implant (South Korea), Nobel Biocare (Part of Danaher corporation)(US), Dentsply Sirona (US), Zimmer Biomet (US), CAMLOG Biotechnologies AG (Switzerland), Neobiotech USA. Inc. (US).
Regional Analysis of Dental Implants Market:
The Americas region dominates the global dental implants market. There are huge population which are missing all their teeth in one or both jaws. According to a report published in 2014, by the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, the government initiated the National Oral Health Plan to improve the quality of life of the Americans. Through this program, they were focusing on change in public perceptions, change in policymakers perceptions, and change in health provider’s perceptions. Additionally, other factors such as presence of well-established healthcare sector and increasing demand for dental implants boosts the market growth.
Europe is also considered as a fastest growing market for dental implants players, owing to the presence of huge population affected with oral diseases. Moreover, increasing incidences of dental problems associated with the aging population, rising government expenditure on oral healthcare drives the market growth in the European region.
The Asia Pacific and the Middle East and Africa region are considered untapped markets. Whereas, the country like India and China of Asia Pacific region are considered as the fastest growing region due to the presence of huge population suffering from oral health issues. Japan is a developed economy and has well-established healthcare system and technology, whereas developing countries are still focusing on new drugs and technology for the treatment of dental implants. Additionally, developing countries are open to adopting new technology and best treatment option from developed countries in order to improve the quality of life for their public. Whereas, the Middle East and Africa are low growth market due to lack of investment and poor economic conditions.