In 2020, Europe’s dental implant market size was valued at €702.4 million with CAD/CAM technology driving the growth. In spite of COVID-19, the market size is expected to increase over the forecast period and reach €1.4 billion at a CAGR of 10% by 2027. Currently, the top competitors within the European dental implant markets are Straumann
This Global Report Series represents iData’s entire collection of country-level reports in the Global Dental Implant market. Each of these reports may be purchased as a stand-alone report, tailoring the data to your needs. The covered countries are listed below, including the report’s publication year: United States (2021) Europe (2021) South Korea (2021) China (2021)
In 2021, the U.S. dental implants market size is projected to reach a valuation of $1.1 billion, with the value implants market segment demonstrating the highest growth. In spite of COVID19, the US market size is expected to increase over the forecast period to exceed $1.5 billion in 2027. Currently, over 50% of the US
Dental implant procedures involve the use of a variety of instruments, which are available in kits that contain all the instruments needed to place a particular brand of implant. These kits are sold by the same companies that manufacture dental implants and are specific to a particular brand of implant. Many dentists use multiple kits on an annual basis such that they are able to clean and autoclave kits in between surgical procedures. This is especially true for specialists whom tend to place more implants than the typical general practitioner. Common instruments found in kits include drills, reamers, ratchets and implant inserter/retrievers. While most of these components can be reused, drills must be replaced after every 10 to 50 implant procedures. How often the drills are replaced depends on the user and the type of cases performed. Some companies offer drills separately at a lower price than that of a complete kit.