CAD/CAM Devices Fuel Digital Dentistry Markets in Latin America to Reach $460 Million by 2027

Latin American Digital Dentistry MarketsiData Research, a global consulting and market research firm, has released exclusive research in the Latin American digital dentistry markets, addressing key insights and the consequences of COVID-19 in 2020, 2021, and beyond. While the individual markets were down from previous levels, iData forecasts indicate that the desire for increased aesthetics, an aging population, and CAD/CAM devices will lead to an increase in digital dentistry procedures moving forward.

Multiple digital dentistry markets were researched and are analyzed in extensive detail. The individual markets discussed are as follows:

In 2020, all three markets drastically declined by varying degrees due to the decrease and delay of dental procedures. Brazil experienced the largest market decrease of about 31% followed by Argentina. Despite this, each of the three markets indicates growth moving into 2021 with a full recovery by 2022 and is expected to reach a combined value of $460 million by 2027. 

iData further analyzes specific segments including the computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing CAD/CAM devices (CAD/CAM milling systems, laboratory scanners, chairside CAD/CAM devices, and intraoral scanners) and CAD/CAM materials (blocks and discs). In Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico, computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) technology are revolutionizing the dental prosthetic and dental implant markets. More dental professionals are seeing the benefits that a CAD/CAM device can bring and are saving up to purchase a machine. In Brazil, Mexico, and Argentina, CAD/CAM materials were, by far, the largest segment, accounting for the vast majority of the total digital dentistry market value. Additionally, the chairside system segment was the largest of the CAD/CAM device market for all three regions, accounting for over half of the total CAD/CAM device market value. This was followed by milling systems, then laboratory scanners and intraoral scanners. 

To accurately estimate market shares, units sold, average selling prices, product segments, and brands, iData Research uses its proprietary databases to complement its primary and secondary research initiatives.

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