Asia-Pacific Markets for Dental Bone Grafts and Other Biomaterials 2012 – MedSuite
The Asia-Pacific region includes Japan, South Korea and Australia. The markets discussed in this report include bone graft substitutes, tissue engineering products and dental membranes. As the use of these products continues to rise with increased dental implant placements, and the emergence of new products on the market, the market is expected to exhibit strong growth over the forecast period. A particular spike in growth is present as a result of the approval of a new dental BGS product type in the Japanese market in 2011.In addition, 2011 also saw the emergence of growth factors in the South Korean market.
In 2011, the total Asia-Pacific dental bone graft substitutes and other biomaterials markets increased by 8.3% over the previous year. The markets include bone graft substitutes (BGS), tissue engineering products and dental membranes. As the use of these products continues to rise with increased dental implant placements and the emergence of new products, the market is expected to exhibit strong growth over the forecast period. Due to a new dental bone graft substitute type that entered the market, a spike occurred in the Japanese market in 2011. In addition, that year also saw the emergence of dental growth factors in the South Korean market.
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