Global Dental Restorative and Regenerative Material Market: Information by Type (Restorative Material (Amalgam (Resin-Based Composite, Glass Ionomer, Resin Modified Glass Ionomer, Porcelain, Metal and Porcelain-Fused-To-Metal) and Regenerative Material (Bone Graft Materials, Membranes and Tissue Regeneration Products), by End User (Dental Research Laboratories and Dental Hospitals and Clinics) - Forecast to 2027
Dental fabricated materials which are specially designed for use in dental practices. Dental materials are of two types namely restorative material and regenerative material. Restorative materials are used to resume the original form and functioning of the damaged teeth. Regenerative dental material includes bone graft materials, membranes, and tissue regeneration products.
The increasing awareness about oral health, growing dental tourism, increasing dental diseases in children and increasing geriatric population are major factors driving the growth for dental restorative and regenerative market. For instance, according to World Health Organization (WHO), 80%-90% of children and nearly 100% of adults have dental cavities, 30% of people in the age group 65-74 have no natural teeth. Additionally, the dental materials are identical to the natural tooth structure which contributes to the growth of the market.
However, the high cost of dental treatments and dental materials, slow adoption of new technology may hamper the growth of the market during the forecast period.
The global dental restorative and the regenerative material market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 6.7% during the assessment period.
Global Dental Restorative and Regenerative Material Market - Competitive Landscape
Dental material manufacturers are focusing and investing money in R&D to develop a better product for maintaining the market position. The prominent market players are involved in various strategic approaches such as acquisitions, partnerships, mergers and new product launches.
In January 2017, Henry Schein, Inc., a global provider of healthcare products and services to medical professionals, animal health and office-based dental practitioners announced the acquisition of a majority ownership interest in Dental Cremer S. A., a distributor of dental supplies and equipment in Brazil.
In September 2016, Henry Schein, Inc. acquired 80 % stake in the Polish dental distributor Marrodent, which provided services in dental offices across Central Europe.
In August 2016, Institut Straumann AG, a global dental implant manufacturer announced the acquisition of Equinox Medical Technologies headquartered in the Netherlands. Equinox has a leading position in the value segment in India.
In July 2016, Institut Straumann AG and botiss biomaterials GmbH entered into a partnership which gave Straumann the exclusive distribution rights of botiss's products in Germany. With this partnership, Straumann enhanced its position as a leading provider of dental biomaterials in Europe.
In April 2016, Institut Straumann AG acquired 51% residual ownership of Neodent (the company had acquired 49% of the residual during June 2012). This deal augmented the company’s presence in the tooth replacement sector in the Latin American region and Brazil.
In September 2014, Danaher Corporation acquired Nobel Biocare Holding AG based in Switzerland. With this acquisition, Danaher Corporation became a prominent player in the dental implants market.
In June 2014, Kerr Corporation (a subsidiary of Danaher Corporation) announced acquisition of DUX Dental, a leading manufacturer and distributor of dental products. With this acquisition, the strengthened its dental product portfolio and thus enabled itself to increase its dental services globally.
The global dental restorative and regenerative material market on basis of region are segmented into Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East and Africa. The Americas are anticipated to dominate the market owing to a well-developed healthcare sector, increasing number of patients along with rising healthcare expenditure. Moreover, the increasing geriatric population within the region have fuelled the growth of the market.
Europe is likely to hold the second position in the global dental restorative and regenerative material market due to the availability of huge funds for research, increasing patient population, and government support for research & development. Moreover, the presence of developed economies like the U.K, Germany, and France within the region contributes to the growth of the market.
Asia Pacific is expected to be the fastest growing region in the market. The presence of a huge patient population and continuously developing economies like India & China within the region contributes to the growth of the market. The Middle East and Africa hold the least share in the global dental restorative and regenerative material market due to poor economic conditions, especially in the African region.
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