Global Restorative Dentistry market is expected to reach USD 21.27 Billion by 2026 at a CAGR of 6.5 % during the forecast period.
The Global Restorative Dentistry market is segmented based on based on product, end-user and region.
By Product type – Restorative Materials, Implants, Prosthetics, Restorative Equipment.
By End users – Hospitals & Clinics, Dental Laboratories, Dental Schools & Research Institutes. By region – North America, South America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa
Restorative dentistry is the study, diagnosis and management of teeth disease and supporting structure of teeth. It includes endodontics, periodontics and prosthodontics and these are basically used in sealants/filling, inlays, onlays,crown/bridges,CAD/CAM,VENEERS.
Major Market Drivers:
• Increasing number of dental practices.
• New digital density technology.
• Rising demand for cosmetic dentistry and implant.
• Increasing number of dental tourism.
• High cost of product hinders the growth of this market.
• Less reimbursement of dental procedure restrains this market.
Global Restorative Dentistry Market
Strategic Developments in the Global Restorative Dentistry Market:
In 2018, Inverness Graham (U.S.) acquired Vista Dental (U.S.).By this acquisition, company enhanced the business growth in the dental restorative market.
In 2017, Dentsply Sirona (U.S.) acquired RTD (France) company. By this acquisition, company acquired outstanding shares of RTD. According to agreement, Dentsply Sirona continued to support and growth of brand and private label business of RTD.
Restorative materials and restorative equipment segment are expected to reveal exponential CAGR throughout the forecast period due to innovative product launches, and increasing number of dental implantation procedures across the globe.
The North American region is playing the principal role in the global restorative dentistry market due to increasing number of cosmetic dental procedures in the U.S. and Canada. Though, Asia-Pacific will be the second major market in the proximate. The presence of innovative dental advanced technology and rising incidence of losing teeth, tooth decay, and other dental complications in the regionSource: Click here