Dental Implant Market Overview
Dental Implant Market size is forecast to reach $7.13 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 7.52% during the forecast period 2020-2025. Rising prevalence of tooth decay and periodontal diseases among the population and the increasing demand for cosmetic industry are the major factors driving the growth of the market. Increasing geriatric population base and growing awareness among the general population regarding oral health & technological innovation will further enhance the overall market demand of dental implants during the forecast period.
The report: “Dental Implant Market Forecast (2019-2025)”, by IndustryARC, covers an in-depth analysis of the following segments of the dental implants Market.
- Tissue Level Implants
- Bone Level Implants
- Endosteal Implants
- Ramus Frame
- Root Form
- Blade Form
- Subperiosteal Implants
- Transosteal Implants
- Intramucosal Implants
- Inert Ceramics
- Bioactive Ceramics
- Carbon Compound
By Macroscopic Body Design
- Hollow or Vented.
By End User
- Dental Clinics
- Academic & Research Institutes
- North America
- North America dominates the dental implants market owing to availability of qualified dental practitioners and advancement in technology. The dental caries market scope for different regions will be provided in the final report.
- The increasing prevalence rate of dental implants and growing popularity of medical aesthetics among the general population and increasing dental tourism in the developing countries is likely to aid in the market growth of dental implants
- Detailed analysis on the Strength, Weakness and opportunities of the prominent players operating in the market will be provided in the dental implants market report.
- High cost of dental implants and reimbursement issues in developing countries developing and undeveloped economies will create hurdles for the dental implants market.
Type - Segment Analysis
Endosteal Implants segment held the largest share in the dental implants market in 2019 and is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 5.67% during the forecast period 2020-2025. The endosteal implants are the most acceptable form of implants which provides support for prosthetics devices and has a greater success rate. In this type of implants, the tooth roots are replaced by cylinders, screws or blades that are usually made of titanium or ceramic material. The implant is surgically perforated into the jawbone, which helps to protect the artificial teeth. Thus these implants lie entirely within the jawbone, well below the gums. Transosteal implants can be fitted only to the lower jawbone and are generally not recommended as the surgical procedure is complicated and extensive. Sub periosteal Implants consists of a metal framework which is firmly secured on the jawbone, but the framework lies below the gum line. This procedure is time consuming and has minimal success rate and can result in post-surgical scars. Therefore, it is estimated that the endosteal implants segment will register the highest CAGR during the forecast period.
End Use - Segment Analysis
Dental Clinics holds major share in the dental implants market in 2019. However, Hospitals are projected to witness significant growth of CAGR 4.75% during the forecast period 2020-2025. Owing to its well-developed infrastructure and the availability of high-end dental equipment in these facilities, hospitals are recognized as the best center for dental implants treatment. Increasing trends in minimally invasive procedures coupled with increasing numbers of hospitals in both developed and developing countries will have a positive impact on segment growth.
Geography - Segment Analysis
North America dominated the dental implants market with a share of more than 37.4%, followed by Europe. High prevalence rate of oral problems in this region due to changing lifestyle habits and the rising geriatric population are the factors contributing in the growth of the dental implants market in this region. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) of the United States, about one-quarter of Americans, aged 65 and over, have lost their teeth. Even though poor dental health is linked to heart problems and other health concerns, one-third have untreated tooth decay. According to the WHO, 90% of the people are diagnosed with dental caries in North America. Presence of a large number of dental manufacturers is also increasing the dental implants market demand in this region. Availability of highly qualified dental practitioners and growing number of individuals opting for dental procedures in the country are helping in the growth of the market in this region. Advancements in dental technology has also helped in the growth of the dental implants market in the region.
However, Asia-Pacific is estimated to grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast period. This is because of the rising disposable incomes, expansion of healthcare infrastructure, and increasing dental tourism. As most of the countries in Asia Pacific have large population base, the number of people undergoing treatment of dental implants is higher. The growing geriatric population in countries such as Japan and China is resulting in the increasing prevalence and dental diseases and disorders. People’s changing lifestyle and growing focus on dental aesthetics will also contribute in the growth of the dental implants market in this region.
Drivers – Dental Implants Market
- Growing Prevalence of dental disorders and increasing geriatric population
There is an increased rate of prevalence of dental disorders among the general population around the world due to improper eating habits and the growing number of dental injuries owing to road accidents and sports injuries are also favoring the demand for dental implants. According to World Health Organization, there were approximately 3.58 billion people having dental caries, almost more than half of these cases could have been avoided with the availability of proper medical treatment. The increasing geriatric population is also helping in the growth of the market owing to the dental problems. The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial research has found that tooth loss in the American adults begins between the ages of 35 and 45, adults over 45 years have lost a few teeth, and more than 24% of adults aged above 74 years are completely edentulous. Based on European Commission statistics, by 2020, a quarter of Europeans will be over 60 years of age.
- Technological Advancements in the Implant technology & Rising consumer awareness
Introduction of several new products including dental lasers, dental implants, and dental equipment and improvement of minimally invasive cosmetic dental procedure has permitted a lot of patients to undergo treatments that they did not prefer earlier, which is helping in the growth of the market. Technological innovations such as Computer aided design/Computer aided milling (CAD/CAM) has revolutionized dental care and patient experience. Other advances in technology such as CEREC crowns that use CAD and can be placed in minutes, digital X-rays, non-mercury fillings, laser dentistry and many more are also being introduced worldwide, helping in the development of the dental implant market. Utilization of novel techniques and rising demand for dental implants and orthodontic appliances in the developing markets has helped in the market growth. The rising consumer awareness and growing medical tourism is also contributing in the growth of the market.
Challenges – Dental Implants Market
- High cost of dental implants & Lack of reimbursement for dental procedures and treatments
Dental implants are seen as a better choice than veneers or crowns. However, due to the significant cost of implants and surgery, the cost of treatment with dental implants is significantly high. Dental procedures are conducted with the intention of improving aesthetic appearance of a patient; hence, they do not qualify as primary healthcare procedures. Insurance companies and government agencies do not regard cosmetic procedures as essential and thus not many reimbursement options are available for the treatment of dental caries. Because of this, the choice of patients to opt for a procedure depends largely on their ability to afford it. This is a major limiting factor in the acceptance of dental implants in developed countries. Lack of awareness among the rural population & unavailability of skilled professionals or dentists in developing and undeveloped economies can also hinder the growth of the dental caries market.
Dental Implants Industry Outlook
Product launches, acquisitions and R&D activities are key strategies adopted by players in the dental implants market. In 2019, dental implants market share is consolidated by the top ten players present in the market. Dental Caries top 10 companies are 3M Company, Alpha Dent Implants Ltd., BiohorizonsnColtene Group, Conmet LLC, Danaher Corporation, Dentsply Sirona Inc., Essential Dental Systems Inc., Henry-Schein Inc., Straumann AG, Henry Schein Inc., Zimmer Biomet Holdings Inc. among others.
- In June 2016, Nobel Biocare, a subsidiary of Danaher Corporation launched its Locator R-Tx Removable Denture Attachment System.
- In June 2016, Dentsply Sirona Inc. announced a definitive agreement to acquire MIS Implants Technologiesof Isreal, which was a leader player in the value implants market.
- In March 2017, Straumann (Switzerland) launched a range of Variobase Abutments such as Crown under its dental Prosthesis product portfolio which is quick, cost-effective, and efficient for the GP or dental laboratory.
- In August 2017, Dentsply Sirona Inc. introduced the Lucitone HIPA (High Impact Pour Acrylic) denture base.
- In March 2018, Vericore LLC launched ZR Pro Zirconia, which is ideal for both anterior and posterior segments of the mouth.
- In April 2019, 3M introduced a new universal composite, 3M Filtek that offers a modernized technique to both anterior and posterior restorations which results in a strong and aesthetic outcome for the patient.
- In September 2019, UConn and PREAT Corporation launched Bidra Conversion Smart Polishing Cap, which will solve the problem regarding the fabricating dental prostheses that has the chances of damaging the structure of the patient’s mouth.