In 2020, Argentina’s digital dentistry market size was valued at $45.2 million. Despite COVID-19, the market size is expected to increase over the forecast period and reach $86.5 million at a CAGR of 9.7% by 2027. Currently, the majority of the CAD/CAM device market share is controlled by Dentsply Sirona and Ivoclar Vivadent. Due to
In 2021, Argentina’s dental implants market size is expected to reach $17.8 million, with the value implants market segment showing the highest growth. In spite of COVID19, the Argentina market size is expected to increase over the forecast period to exceed $26 million in 2027. A major trend limiting the growth of the dental implant
In 2021, the Argentina dental bone graft substitutes (DBGS) market size is projected to reach $2.2 million, with the Synthetic Bone Graft market showing the highest growth. In spite of COVID19, the Argentinian market size is expected to increase over the forecast period to exceed $4.8 million in 2027.
iData’s Argentinian dental prosthetics MedSuite covers 5 markets including dentures, denture teeth, and CAD/CAM prosthetics. The MedSuite is a compilation of all reports related to a specific market. It is ideal for device manufacturers, product managers, marketing managers, and consultants looking for a detailed analysis of every market segment and sub-segment within a given market.
Industry Trends Growth of the denture market is dictated by a couple of factors, including the aging population. The elderly population in the United States consists of the largest demographic of edentulous patients. As such, growth of the elderly population will increase the potential volume of patients for denture procedures, thereby stimulating market growth. In
Barrier membranes are a critical component to regeneration therapy and are aimed at restoring the form and function of the mouth. Commercially available on the market, barrier membranes function in dental surgeries to help retain bone grafting materials, to exclude epithelium and connective tissue from entering into sites of desired bone and ligament regeneration, or for the combination of these reasons. Whether restoring lost bone around teeth or implants, or in larger areas of the jaws affected by trauma or disease, too often there is inadequate gingival tissue to cover the membranes, leading to membrane exposure, extensive membrane contamination and procedural failure, which is unacceptable.