North American Dental Equipment Market Overview
Technological innovation and implementation have scored well for dental industry and North America acts as the core for such research developments. The North America dental equipment market is touted to reach USD 9.1 billion by 2030 with a CAGR value of 7.9% during the forecast period (2022-2030), claims Market Research Future (MRFR) in a holistic report on the same. Growth of this North America dental equipment market can be attributed to better infrastructure that diagnose problems at an early stage and provides cure accordingly. The report includes drivers such as the prevalence of dental diseases, increasing geriatric population, infrastructural superiority, the launch of new dental procedures, rising healthcare expenditure, and government initiatives are helping the North America dental equipment market in moving ahead.
On the flip side, the North America dental equipment market can get bogged down by poor reimbursement policies. The increasing incidence of periodontal diseases among animals is said to be one of the biggest driving factors for the global North American Dental Equipment Market. Additionally, a vast array of factors is contributing to the overall growth of the market including increasing prevalence of veterinary dental problems, rising awareness about the health of animals, advancements in technologies, and increasing spending on pet insurance. However, the increasing cost associated with advanced dental equipment and the lack of proficient and experienced veterinarians in emerging nations can pose to be a major challenge for the global market.
The North American dental equipment market can be segmented by products, applications and end-user.
Product-wise, the North American dental equipment market is segmented into dental radiology equipment, dental sensor, dental hand pieces, CAD/CAM, dental chairs, dental lasers, casting machines, and others. The dental radiology equipment is further segmented into intra-oral X-rays, extra-oral X-rays, 2D imaging, CBCT, and others. The segment holds the largest market share of 32.6% and its valuation expects to reach USD 1,577.7 million by 2023. The dental sensors are sub-segmented into dental X-ray sensors, phosphor plate sensors. The segment can expect a lift up by CAGR 6.45% during the forecast period. The dental hand pieces include electric, hybrid, and air driven. The CAD/CAM consists software and equipment. The dental chairs comprise electric and hydraulic. The dental lasers are further segmented into lasers for soft tissue, and lasers for hard tissue. The casting machine includes injection casting machine, vacuum casting machine, and centrifugal casting machine.
Based on application, the North American dental equipment market is segmented into examining the mouth and teeth, scaling or professional cleaning of teeth, cavity removal, placing and condensing filling materials, carving and finishing dental fillings, and others.
Based on the end-user, the North American dental equipment market is divided into hospital, dental clinics, dental laboratories, and others.
The North American dental equipment market has the U.S. in forefront where people have invested substantially in the healthcare sector and gaining much from it. Almost 77.4% of the regional market share can be attributed to the U.S. The region always embraces new products and research development flourishes owing to this. Major international companies are based out of this region which gives the region leverage to profit more. Insurance companies are working round-the-clock promoting healthy living. The budget for health care in the U.S. holds 16% of the total GDP which can be taken as a signifier for the increasing sale of the dental equipment market. Canada is also contributing considerably in the market growth.
Major companies rely on strategies that include new product launch, merger, collaboration, acquisition, and other methods to take the North American dental equipment market forward. For instance, Institut Straumann AG acquired 30% stake from their biomaterials partner Botiss medical AG. Dentsply Sirona recently took over OraMetrix with an aim to improve their technological setup which can surely propel the North America dental equipment market.
North American dental equipment market Players are Patterson Dental (US), Henry Schein (US), Dentsply Sirona (US), 3M (US), Straumann (Switzerland), Danaher Corporation (Switzerland), PLANMECA OY (Finland), Carestream Health, Inc., and Biolase Inc.
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