Australian Market for Dental Implants, Final Abutments and Computer Guided Surgery 2011 – MedSuite
The Australian market is the smallest market for dental implants and final abutments in the Asia-Pacific region, as it has a much smaller population than either Japan or South Korea. In 2010, Australia had 43 implants placed per 10,000 people, a rate that is on par with Japan but is substantially lower than South Korea. The economic recession which began in late 2008 caused a decline in the unit growth rate of dental implants. Despite the global economic recession, the Australian market for dental implants has been resilient in comparison with Asian countries such as Japan and South Korea; as it continued to grow at the fastest rate among Asia-Pacific countries. However, the weakened Australian stock market and the non-decisive federal election in October 2010 has diminished consumer confidence and spending. The demand for dental implants reached the lowest level in 2010 and is expected experience growth.
Despite the global economic recession, the Australian market for dental implants has been resilient in comparison with Asian countries such as Japan and South Korea; as it continued to grow at the fastest rate among Asia-Pacific countries.
This market also covers the following segments in detail:
Root-form dental implants
Non-root form dental implants
Dental implant applications
Final abutments including
o Stock abutments
o Custom abutments
o CAD/CAM Abutments
The report also segments the dental implant market:
By procedure type
By connection type
By prosthetic application
By bone grafting
By computer guided surgery
This report provides a comprehensive and detailed analysis of market revenues by device type, market forecasts through 2017, unit sales, average selling prices, market drivers and limiters and a detailed competitive analysis, including manufacturer market shares and product portfolios.
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