US TMJ Implants Market

US TMJ Implants Market Research Report Information By Component (Mandibular Components, Fossa Prostheses, and Screws), Material (Cobalt-Chromium-Molybdenum, Titanium Alloy, Ultra-High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE), Aluminum, Silicon, and Others), Indication (Arthritic Conditions, Ankylosis, and Others), End User (Hospitals, Dental Clinics, and Others) and Region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World)—Forecast till 2032

ID: MRFR/HC/11481-US | 100 Pages | Author: MRFR Research Team | December 2023         

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The Americas and Their Role in the TMJ Implants Market

When it comes to TMJ implants, the Americas take the lead in the market. Why? Well, they've got some really good things going for them, like excellent healthcare systems, lots of spending on healthcare, and quite a number of folks getting mouth injuries from sports. These are the key reasons why the Americas have a big part of the TMJ implants market.

Let's dive into some numbers: In the United States, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reported that between 2005 and 2014, there were around 5500 TMJ total joint replacements. Between 2014 and 2018, the region reported about 680 "MDRs" (that stands for "Medical Device Reports") linked to issues with TMJ implants. These reports help us understand if there are any problems or concerns with these implants.

Moreover, according to the Journal of the American Dental Association, quite a lot of dental injuries—around 13% to 39%—happen because of sports activities. Of these, 2% to 18% affect the maxillofacial area, which includes the jaw. That's why organizations like the National Federation of State High School Associations recommend mouth guards for certain sports like ice hockey, football, lacrosse, wrestling, and field hockey. This focus on safety during sports is boosting the TMJ implants market because more injuries mean a greater need for solutions like these implants.

Now, these implants come in different materials like silicone, plastics, metals, and Teflon. Different materials work for different people, and having these options helps a lot. And guess what? Some big players in the market are in the Americas, making a range of FDA-approved products. Companies like NEXUS CMF, LLC, BIOMET MICROFIXATION, INC., and TMJ CONCEPTS are some of the key players here. Their presence and their quality products are driving the market for TMJ implants, making them more accessible for people who need them.

All these things together—like the high-quality healthcare system, the rising number of sports-related mouth injuries, and the presence of top companies making these implants—contribute to the growth of the TMJ implants market in the Americas. These factors are expected to keep pushing the demand for these implants even more in the coming years.

So, because of good healthcare, more mouth injuries in sports, and the presence of top companies, the Americas play a big role in the market for TMJ implants. This trend is likely to continue, meaning more people in the Americas who need these implants will have access to them, improving their quality of life.