Overall, the dental lasers market was valued at $87.4 million in 2016. This is expected to increase over the forecast period at a CAGR of 8.2% to reach $151.5 million by 2023.
Dental surgical lasers especially all-tissue lasers, are quite expensive in relation to most other dental equipment purchases, but they compensate with their wide range of applications in both hard and soft tissue operations. They can be used for incisions, excisions, periodontal treatment and bone surgery. With all-tissue lasers, the switch from soft to hard tissue applications is as simple as a change in settings. Additionally, dental lasers provide greater patient comfort during painful and invasive procedures. Traditional tools such as scalpels often cause trauma to the affected areas of soft tissue. With dental lasers, there is a significant reduction in bleeding of the gums and pain associated with the incisions; coagulation of the blood vessels is promoted from the thermal heating of the tissue, while the nerve endings are sealed off, which prevents the patient from experiencing excessive pain.
Major Segments Covered in the Dental Lasers Market Report Suite
While this report suite contains all U.S. Dental Lasers market data, each of the market segments are also available as stand alone MedCore reports. This allows you to get access to only the Dental Lasers market research that you need. You can view all these included reports and segmentation here:
- Market Overview for Dental Lasers – MedView: Gives an easily accessible view of all dental lasers markets and trends, and aggregates the data together for a picture of the total U.S. market.
- Market Report for Soft Tissue Dental Lasers – MedCore: Soft tissue lasers are dental lasers which are effective on tissues surrounding teeth and can be used to contour gingiva, sterilize the intraoral cavity and minimize bleeding during procedures. These lasers turn several dental procedures into painless, comfortable and rapid operations, significantly increasing patient satisfaction. Soft tissue lasers can be categorized into diode, CO2 and Nd:YAG lasers.
- Market Report for All-Tissue Dental Lasers – MedCore: This market comprises three product segments that use different delivery methods: articulated arm lasers, fiber-delivered lasers and direct delivery lasers. Products that fall within these two categories can also be differentiated by the type of laser technology used: Er:YAG lasers and Er,Cr:YSGG lasers, respectively.
- Market Report for Welding Lasers – MedCore: Dental welding lasers typically come in two forms: benchtop systems, which are smaller and less expensive, and standalone systems, which are more expensive but have greater working capacity. Typically, benchtop welding lasers are more appropriate for small dental laboratories as they often do not require the high manufacturing capacity offered by standalone welding lasers. In contrast, dental laboratories with a high-throughput are more likely to opt for standalone systems over benchtop systems.
- OTHER INFORMATION – Company Profiles and SWOT, Disease Overviews, & Related Press Releases from Top Competitors
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Dental Lasers Market Report Data Types Included
- Unit Sales, Average Selling Prices, Market Value & Growth Trends
- Forecasts Until 2023, and Historical Data to 2013
- Market Drivers & Limiters for Each Dental Lasers Segment
- Competitive Analysis with Market Shares for Each Segment
- Recent Mergers & Acquisitions
- Dental Lasers Procedure Volumes
- Disease Overviews and Demographic Information
- Company Profiles, Product Portfolios and SWOT for Top Competitors
- Related Press Releases from Top Competitors
Dental Lasers Companies Analyzed
Biolase dominated both the soft and all-tissue laser markets. Its two key strengths were its strong reputation as a reliable, high-end product and its ability to cater to a large audience through a diverse and innovative product line, offering solutions for any need and price point. AMD Laser was the second leading competitor in the soft tissue laser space, owing credit to its extremely cost effective products in the diode segment, the largest of the three segments in this market. The low cost of these systems made the product extremely attractive to smaller practices and first time purchasers of dental lasers alike. Convergent Dental only recently entered the all-tissue laser space with their articulated arm system; however, they have surpassed companies that have been in the market for over a decade with their ultra-premium Solea® dental laser, packed with the latest technology and innovations. While they do not have a significant share in the total dental laser market, LaserStar Technologies and ALPHA Laser were by far the top two players in the welding laser space, collectively accounting for over half of the market share.