It is projected that the Dental Equipment Market will exceed US$ 11 Billion by the year 2024.
by Rajat Gupta Renub Research is a Market Research and Consulting
According to Renub Research’s latest report,
it is projected that the Dental
Equipments Market will exceed US$ 11 Billion by
the year 2024. Some of
the major factors contributing to its growth are growing cases of dental and
periodontal diseases, increasing demand for cosmetic dentistry coupled with
non-invasive painless surgeries. Shifting from analogue to digital technology
has also contributed dental diagnostics and surgical equipments market to its
In addition; rising geriatric
population and demand for dental implants are also responsible for the growth
of Dental Diagnostics and Surgical Equipments Market. As per the United States
Census Bureau, the older population (aged 65 and over) continues to grow at an
exceptional rate. Currently, around 8.5 percent of the world’s population are
aged 65 or over and will account for nearly 17 percent by the year 2050.
Dental Radiology Equipments
In the diagnosis and treatment of
dental and periodontal diseases, dental radiology equipment plays a vital role.
Over the period of time, dentistry has witnessed remarkable improvements in all
its branches. With these improvements, the need for more accurate diagnostic
equipments, become mandatory. From the simple intra-oral x-rays to modern
imaging techniques such as ultrasound, cone beam computed tomography, computed
tomography and magnetic resonance imaging have also been proficiently used in
modern dentistry. With the gradually increasing usage of all these equipments
in dentistry, it is anticipated that the Dental Diagnostics and Surgical
Equipments Market will continue to shine brighter in the following years.
Laser in Dentistry
LASER is an acronym for ‘Light
Amplification by the Stimulated Emission of Radiation’. For the very first time
in 1960, the application of laser is used in dentistry by Miaman. In dentistry,
laser has been used for various hard and soft tissue applications. For example,
in hard tissue application, the laser is being used for bleaching, caries
prevention, dentinal hypersensitivity, cavity preparation, restorative removal
and curing and above all these it is also used for dental diagnostics purposes
while its soft tissue application include removal of hyper plastic tissue to
uncovering of impacted or partially erupted tooth, wound healing, photodynamic
therapy for malignancies and so on. The laser has proved itself as one of the
cost-effective equipment that increases efficiency, specificity and eases
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Dentistry in Europe
Severe periodontal and caries
diseases are considered to be one of the leading causes of the loss of natural
In the European region, it is
estimated that around 20-90
percent of the 6
year old children have dental caries while almost all adults have experienced
dental caries once in their lifetime.
Nearly 5–20 percent of the middle-aged population has experienced severe periodontal
disease while around 40
the older population (65–74
years) has experience of the
Almost 30 percent of the European population (65–74 years) has
lost their natural teeth.
The prevalence of oral cancer
ranges from 5 to
10 cases per 100000 people in
European region. The incidence of oral cancer is relatively higher in men than
that of women.
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