Professional Teeth Whitening and Power Toothbrushes Market Report Suite | United States | 2014-2020 | MedSuite
Teeth whitening is the process of bleaching teeth in order to make them whiter and more presentable. The prevalence of teeth whitening in societies around the world has greatly increased in the recent years. The U.S. has long held superficial aesthetics in higher regard than many countries, and such aesthetic demand for teeth whitening will continue to drive demand in the market. Stained teeth can occur as people age, but some common foods, drinks and even medication can cause stains.
Various methods to make ones teeth whiter exist and include in-office teeth whitening, take-home whitening, whitening strips, teeth whitening gels and teeth whitening toothpaste. When they were first introduced, professionally supervised in-office whitening catered mainly to celebrities who would spend thousands of dollars to create the perfect smile using cosmetic dentistry procedures. However, with the development and maturation of the teeth whitening market, the general consumer market has grown rapidly. It has become easier than ever for anyone to access and receive teeth whitening treatment, under professional supervision or otherwise.
- Year: 2014
- Scope: 2010-2020
- Region: United States
- Published Date: 4/1/2014
- Pages: 82
- Type: MedSuite
Teeth whitening continues to be one of the most frequently requested and profitable procedures in U.S. dental offices. Over the forecast period, the leading driver of this market will be the growth in procedure numbers. Increased procedure numbers will be driven by increases in demand for enhanced aesthetics and the safety of teeth whitening products. The vast majority of teeth whitening procedures are completed or administered by general dentists, with some who brand and market themselves as cosmetic dentists focusing on cosmetic dental procedures. Some dentists may perform greater than 80 in-office teeth whitening procedures per year, while administering close to 150 take-home procedures in that same time.
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