iData provides dentistry market research reports on the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases and conditions of the oral cavity. iData’s dentistry market research includes coverage of bone graft substitutes, dental cements, dental hygiene, dental imaging, dental materials, overdentures, dental prosthetics, digital dentistry (CAD / CAM equipment devices) and materials as well as other dental devices and procedures.
Industry Trends A major limiter preventing market growth in the dental bone graft substitute and other biomaterials markets is the commoditization across the dental bone graft substitute and dental barrier membrane segments. While various distributors compete for market share, many receive their products from the same suppliers, and further market penetration of small competitors has
Industry Trends The drive towards commoditization has limited the dental implants market. While premium implant companies control a large portion of the market, more affordable value and discount options are on the rise. As a result, many companies have engaged in price cuts to attract customers from their competitors. Even premium companies are recognizing the
Industry Trends An ongoing trend within the dental prosthetic market would be the increasing movement towards digitization, which is also driving market growth. The digital denture market encompasses both dentures that are produced via 3D printers and those developed from CAD/CAM technology. The current 3D printer market is largely centralized around models and trials. As such,
Industry Trends The most impactful factor limiting growth of the digital dentistry market is the emergence of relatively inexpensive products. Foreign, inexpensive brands have penetrated the market for zirconia CAD/CAM blocks and discs in the United States and Europe, driving the overall ASP downwards. Generic brands produced in the U.S. have captured a notable portion
Industry Trends Growth of the denture market is dictated by a couple of factors, including the aging population. The elderly population in the United States consists of the largest demographic of edentulous patients. As such, growth of the elderly population will increase the potential volume of patients for denture procedures, thereby stimulating market growth. In