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Greater New York Dental Meeting: iData’s 2022 Guide

Each November, an exciting event takes place where dental professionals and companies alike meet to present and demo the newest technologies while participating in educational seminars. The 98th Annual Greater New York Dental Meeting is happening once again with meeting dates from November 25th to November 30th and exhibit dates from November 27th to November

SOTA Imaging Partners with Pearl to Create the First Imaging Software with Fully-Integrated Clinical AI Features

SOTA Imaging and Pearl, two dental solution providers, have announced that they are forming a partnership to equip Pearl’s FDA-cleared Second Opinion® artificial intelligence (AI) solution with SOTA’s SOTA Cloud® dental imaging software. A global provider of dental AI solutions, SOTA Imaging offers premium quality dental optic technologies to world-class research facilities. On the other

Analyst Q&A: Digital Dentistry and the Global Market

iData’s analysts work extensively to retrieve data and source both syndicated and custom market research reports. Due to their in-depth understanding of the markets and their first-hand experience with the data, we have asked some insightful questions on the global market for digital dentistry to assist you in making better strategic decisions. WHAT IS DIGITAL

Top Glidewell Dental Competitors in the Global Dental Prosthetics Market

In a market experiencing drastic growth, many companies are looking for the perfect opportunity to increase their market share. In 2021, the largest segment of the global dental prosthetics market was the crown and bridge market. The growth within this segment was driven by the better-quality ceramic materials used for crowns. Subsequently, consumers are now

Top 3 Market Share Leaders in the Global Pulp Therapy and Root Repair Device Market

Within the global market for pulp therapy and root repair devices, three large competitors hold similar market shares which forces them to remain in constant competition with one another. Which companies lead the global pulp therapy and root repair market? What is the market share leader doing to maintain their competitive stance? WHAT ARE PULP

Envista’s Re-branding of KaVo Imaging Business Makes Waves in Dental Imaging Market

Envista recently announced that they will be re-branding their KaVo imaging business as “DEXIS”. According to Envista, this re-branding will allow the DEXIS brand to encompass a complete portfolio of outstanding imaging devices and digital solutions including cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT), handheld x-rays, intraoral scanners, sensors, and navigated surgical solutions. ENVISTA AND THE RE-BRANDING OF

Neocis Inc. Robot Surpasses 10,000 Dental Implants Placed

Neocis, Inc. announced that clinicians have successfully placed over 10,000 dental implants using the Yomi® dental robotic platform. Yomi® is the first and only FDA-cleared robot assisted dental surgery system designed to provide assistance in preoperative and intraoperative phases of dental implant surgery. It gained FDA clearance for dental implant procedures in 2016 and further

Demand for Overdentures Set to Meet The Rise of Global Aging Population

According to the United Nations, the global population aged 65 or older is growing at a significantly faster rate in comparison to any other age group. One in six people will be over the age of 65 by 2050, and parallel to the growth of the geriatric demographic, the demand for overdentures has skyrocketed in

Global Dentistry Leader, Dentsply Sirona to Partner with Google Cloud.

Recently announced: global dentistry leader, Dentsply Sirona, has announced that it is taking a number of steps to improve digital workflows designed to benefit dentists, dental laboratories, and patients. As these steps towards improvement are implemented, a new partnership has arisen. Dentsply Sirona has voiced its partnership with Google Cloud and the launch of a

In Case you Missed it: Envista Completes Sale of KaVo to Planmeca

In September 2021, dental equipment manufacturer Planmeca agreed to acquire KaVo. Dental products company Envista Holdings has officially completed the previously announced sale of its KaVo Treatment Unit and Instruments business to Planmeca for up to $455 million, which included a potential earn-out payment of $30 million.  As a prominent brand known for its history

Carestream Dental Announces Sale of IO Scanning Technology for $600M

Affiliates of Carestream Dental LLC (“Carestream Dental”) have announced their entrance into an agreement to sell Carestream Dental’s Scanning Technology business to Envista for $600 million. The Scanning Technology business is formed by Carestream Dental’s intraoral scanner equipment, including CS 3600, CS 3700, CS 3800, and all related software.  According to Carestream Dental’s Newsroom, the

The 3 Dominating Competitors Transforming the Clear Aligners Market

Clear aligners are a series of custom-made mouthpieces designed to fit over the teeth to provide both aesthetic and integral dental treatment. Through the use of either a digital intraoral scan or impression kit mould to obtain a 3D model of the patient’s teeth, a dentist or orthodontist can determine how to correct a patient’s

Asia Pacific’s Elderly Population Growth Results in Rise in Dental Implant and Abutment Market

iData’s full report on the Asia Pacific Dental Implant and Final Abutment Market includes in-depth information on the following markets: Australia China Japan India South Korea An aggressive limiter of growth for the dental implant and final abutment market was the effect of the global pandemic in 2020. When the dental ecosystem was disrupted, periodontists

The Top Digital Dentistry Leaders in the U.S. Projected for 2021-2027

iData’s analysts work extensively to retrieve data and source both syndicated and custom market research reports. Owing to their in-depth understanding of the markets and first-hand experience with the appropriate data, our analysts have curated a list of the best digital dentistry companies in the U.S. projected to increase in market value from 2021-2027. With

Your 2 Minute Guide to the Global Dental Bone Graft Substitute Market

2020 was an unusual year mainly due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, which caused a 27% decrease in the global dental bone graft substitute (DBGS) and other biomaterials market from 2019 to 2020. Following the closure of non-essential businesses in Q1 and much of Q2 2020, the dental implant and bone graft substitute markets began

Top Dental Prosthetics Manufacturers in the United States

As a laboratory market, dental prosthetics are mostly prepared within dental laboratories with an increase in preparation using chairside technology. Within iData’s report series, the U.S. dental prosthetics market includes crowns, bridges, inlays, onlays, veneers and dentures. These devices are all types of dental restorations, specifically known as dental prosthetics. In dentistry, prosthetics restore or

The Global Trends Shaping the Future of Dental Implants

In 2020, the dental implant market suffered extreme consequences from the global COVID-19 pandemic. Despite this, the market expects to recover by 2020 and increase at a CAGR of 11.6% to reach 6.8 billion by 2027. iData’s report on the global dental implant and final abutment market includes separate analysis for dental implants and final

3 Companies to Keep An Eye on in the European Digital Dentistry Market 

Digital dentistry utilizes digital or computer-based dental technology and devices. iData’s European digital dentistry report covers multiple segments within this market including, CAD/CAM systems CAD/CAM materials Dental 3D printers The European digital dentistry market is increasing due to the shift towards digital technologies from conventional analog impressions. This shift is also facilitated by the increased

3 Questions about the U.S. Dental Implants and Bone Graft Substitutes Market You Need to Know the Answers To

iData’s U.S. market report for dental bone graft substitutes and other biomaterials includes dental bone graft substitutes, dental growth factors, and dental barrier membranes. Dental bone graft substitutes (DBGS) represented the largest segment within the dental biomaterials market. Dental bone graft substitutes heavily rely on the dental implant market. There are corresponding trends between these

Top 5 Dental Materials Companies in the U.S.

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What Will the European Dental Bone Graft Substitute Market Look Like in 6 Years?

The European dental bone graft substitute (DBGS) market valuation was €151 million in 2020. In comparison to 2019, the valuation of the market in 2020 was 31% lower due to COVID-19. Despite this, the market is growing steadily and many expect it to reach €277.2 million by 2027. WHICH SEGMENTS ARE A PART OF THE EUROPEAN

Trends Limiting and Driving the CAD/CAM Dental Device Market In Mexico, Brazil, and Argentina

iData Research has conducted a thorough analysis on various positive and negative trends affecting the Digital Dentistry Market in Mexico, Brazil, and Argentina. Though the three countries have exemplified similar characteristics in demographic features and trends, learning more in-depth about a country’s market can be advantageous for potential future investment opportunities.  What are the Key

Top Trends Driving the Market for Dental Prosthetics in Asia

Within the Asia-Pacific market for dental prosthetics, Australia, China, Japan, South Korea, and India make up the individual markets analyzed in detail by iData’s latest research. All of these regions experience similar trends and are all driven by demographic factors. If you are curious to learn more about these markets and some of the key

Exclusive U.S. Crown and Bridge Market Insights You Need to Know

What are Crowns and Bridges? Crowns and bridges are the most common technique used in the dental prosthetics market to restore tooth structure. Both crowns and bridges are custom-designed and made from either metal alloys or ceramic materials. Crowns bind to a prepped tooth or bind to a dental implant if the tooth is missing

Top 5 Insights from the Digital Dentistry Market in the United States

According to the latest study conducted by iData Research, the United States digital dentistry market size was valued at $871.7 million in 2020 and is estimated to reach nearly $1.4 billion by 2027. While COVID-19 caused a decrease in inpatient volumes, dental spending, and laboratory revenues, the market will likely continue a return to normal growth forecast throughout 2021.

Top Dental Implant Companies in the United States

Overview Many dental implant companies in the United States are looking to increase their share of the growing market. In fact, there are over 35 competitors vying for a position in this $1.1 billion+ U.S. market. We have also considered the impact of COVID-19 on the U.S. Dental Implant and Final Abutment market to create

Top Dental 3D Printing Companies in the United States

Dental 3D printing is a rapidly evolving technology that is becoming a large part of the digital workflow in many laboratories and orthodontic settings. With the US market expected to break $100 million in 2021, over 31 companies are vying for a share of the market. Navigating this growing industry can be challenging, so we

3 Simple Ways to Stay on Top of the Volatile Market in 2021

Keeping up with the market is hard enough without a looming global pandemic swinging it out of control. Although it is difficult to stay on top of recent trends, it is essential if you want to stay ahead of the market and your competition. Continually tracking trends, identifying who is doing well and why, along

Zimmer Biomet’s Spin Off, ‘NewCo’ is Taking Over The Spinal and Dental Market

Zimmer Biomet recently announced they will be initiating a spin-off of their spine and dental businesses into a new, independent, publicly-traded company called 'NewCo'. Zimmer Biomet plans to have this transaction complete by mid-2022 through structures of tax redistribution of newly issued NewCo shares to ZB shareholders. From Seeking Alpha, the businesses that fall under

How South Korea has Become the Center for Dental Tourism in Asia

Dental tourism is a growing phenomenon that has emerged and is becoming more attractive to many patients. A dental tourist is someone who, in order to minimize their costs of dental care, decides to travel abroad and becomes a tourist. Essentially, the individuals' goal is to seek dental treatment outside their country of residence, coupled

Is Machine Learning Taking over the Dentistry Landscape?

A Canadian-based company, Bluelight Analytics, recently announced that they are joining forces with 3M Oral Care to introduce Bluelight CheckUp radiometer to dentists around the globe. CheckUp was designed  to help dentists improve the outcomes of their restorative procedures, primarily light curing. Similar to nanodentistry, this AI-driven technology can become a major disruption to the

Nanodentistry Revolutionizing The Dental Implants Market

Nanodentistry can be defined as the science and technology of using nanostructured material to diagnose, treat, and prevent oral and dental diseases. Nanomaterials and nanorobots are of great interest when considering advances in nanotechnology. The results of many clinical studies have shown a strong potential to revolutionize the diagnosis and treatment planning as well as

Carestream Validates 3D Printer created by Formlabs

Formlabs has recently announced the integration of Draft Resin with orthodontic model 3D printing . This material has been named a “groundbreaking material” for rapid orthodontic aligner and retainer production due to the speed at which it can print. Draft Resin not only incorporates being the stiffest material in Formlabs repertoire but also allows users

Innovative Dental Scanning System by 3Shape

3Shape has released a new and improved version of their old TRIOS 3 with the TRIOS 4. The TRIOS system is a complete in-house product that includes a scanner and extensive design software to create a digital impression of the tooth’s anatomy. Digital impressions offer patients the convenience of not having to endure traditional impressions

Top Dental Cements Companies in the United States

We have already looked at the top companies in the Dental Materials Market overall but now we go deeper to look into the dental cements market in particular. Dental Cements are sealing agents that are predominantly used to fill any gaps between restorations and the natural tooth.  For the past 5 years, the US Dental

Dental Amalgam Market Outlook For 2021

According to the latest market study by iData Research, the US dental amalgam market size was valued at over $89 million by 2020. Amalgam was the first filling material ever used in dentistry and is essentially an alloy of different metals, primarily mercury (~50%) and silver (~22-32%). Amalgam material was the predominant restorative material up

Axeos™ – Dentsply Sirona’s Newest Imaging Solution

iData Research analysts have found that the continually expanding line of Orthophos devices has given Dentsply a broad range of devices to suit all a clinic’s needs, the Axeos is another addition to their already large suite of devices.   The large range of FoV’s allows for many different treatment areas, including specialized 3D imaging. The

Top 5 Insights From the Dental Materials Market in Europe

According to the latest study by iData, the European Dental Materials market size is estimated to be at around €700 million in 2020. While the COVID19 pandemic had a major negative impact on the entire dental industry, the European market is expected to return to its pre-COVID numbers within the next two years and reach a

Forecasting The Recovery of Dental Markets after COVID-19

In the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, most countries took initiatives to close their dental offices to minimize the spread of the virus. As most dental procedures are non-essential, with only about 5% being emergency procedures, dental spending during this time was reduced to near-zero levels. After the first wave of the pandemic was

Robotic Jaw Used to Test Medicated Gum

Researchers at the University of Bristol have found promising results after using a robotic jaw to test medicated gum. Medicated gum has the potential to be a useful method of drug delivery. It could be used to continuously release drugs in a patient at a relatively slow rate. Additionally, it could be a convenient form

Dentist Online Provides new Teledentistry Service for Canadians

This expansive collection of expertise allows for the platform to address a variety of dental needs online. This includes things such as chipped teeth, crown issues, and tooth or jaw pain. The format of care used by this platform improves efficiency for health care providers. Reducing the number of patients that have face-to-face appointments lowers

US Dental Industry in Unstable Recovery as Patient Volumes Increase

The US dental industry has experienced multiple difficulties and resurgences over the course of this year. It is currently experiencing overall growth, despite struggling in some areas. Across the US, patient volumes in dental practices are vastly lower than their norms. Patient volumes were at 28% less in the week of June 25th than they

New Nanotechnology may Reduce Dental Implant Failure

Dental implant failure is one of the most prominent complications regarding dental implants. According to Dr. Karan Gulati, from the University of Queensland’s school of dentistry, risk of dental implants failing can be around 5-10%, and can be up to 20% for those who smoke. Those of old age or who have underlying health conditions

Dental Market in Recovery as Practices Begin to Re-Open

The gradual re-introduction of elective surgeries throughout North America has major implications on the future of the dental industry. Currently, practices are beginning to re-open, in accordance with the general easing of restrictions in public institutions and places. During the temporary closure of dental practices to all but emergency treatments, a significant portion of potential

CMS Recommends Reopening Healthcare in Areas of Low COVID-19 Cases

The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is reissuing new guidelines for states and regions seeing declining and stabilizing COVID-19 infection rates and recommending healthcare facilities in these areas to resume providing elective procedures to patients without COVID-19 symptoms. On March 18, 2020, the CMS announced they would postponing non-essential medical and surgical procedures

Dental Companies Offering Webinars in Response to COVID-19

The rising number of COVID-19 infections worldwide has resulted in many dental offices temporarily closing to reduce possible spread of the virus and redirect dwindling personal protective supplies to front-line health care workers. Top dental companies are taking this time to offer webinars and additional continuous education (CE) opportunities to those at home due to

CMS Postponing Non-Essential Medical, Surgical, and Dental Procedures

CMS Postponing Non-Essential Medical, Surgical, and Dental ProceduresAt the White House Task Force Press Briefing last week, the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced that all non-essential medical, surgical and dental procedures would be postponed until further notice in order to shift priorities to treating those affected by the coronavirus outbreak. The decision

Dental Cancellations Due to Mask Shortage from COVID-19 Hoarding

Dental cancellations due to mask shortage from COVID-19 hoarding As of this morning, the most recent reports show the coronavirus, COVID-19, has spread to 162 countries and infected almost 190,000 people. The total number of fatalities linked to the virus is reported to be over 7,800*. As fears surrounding the coronavirus continue to grow, the

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