Global Dental Imaging Market
Dental Imaging Market- By Product, Application, End User, and Region.
The Global Dental Imaging Market is valued at USD 2.17 Billion in the year 2022 and is projected to reach a value of USD 4.23 Billion by the year 2030. The Global Market is forecasted to grow exhibiting a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 8.70% over the forecast period.
Dental Imaging Market Size, 2022 To 2030 (USD Billion)
A large amount of time may be spent on tests and diagnosing any dental problems that one may have. The x-ray used in many circumstances can provide an immediate diagnosis. This makes it easier for both the dentist and the patient to grasp the problem, analyze it appropriately, and choose a treatment plan. X-rays indicate dental structure flaws as well as a variety of other oral issues. Tooth imaging is also used to detect the existence of cavities, dental diseases, and oral tumors that might be benign or dangerous. Bone loss is also studied using dental imaging. Dental Imaging is a sophisticated method that is fully dependent on the amount of radiation that penetrates the dental structures. When radiation impacts the film, it creates an image that aids our dentist in determining the source of the problem or pain. Dental photographs, like any other standard image processing, are processed in a dark room. This procedure necessitates the use of chemicals and might be time-consuming. The goal is to get the Dental Imaging right the first time to avoid any unnecessary radiation exposure.
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The high initial cost of Dental Imaging equipment is projected to stifle market expansion. Wired gadgets, excluding software, computers, and other hardware, are projected to be worth between $11,000 and $15,000. Furthermore, some equipment, such as phosphor storage plates, is prone to damage and must be replaced on a regular basis. As a result, the cost rises. Some dentists, particularly those from previous generations, take longer to integrate new technologies into their practices. Many will not contemplate investing until extensive scientific research has been completed and solid confirmation of the safety of radiation-generating technologies has been supplied. This considerably inhibits the rise of high-tech devices, yet as evidence becomes clearer, resistance will wear off, resulting in higher penetration rates in the longer term.
The Dental Imaging Market is segmented on the basis of Product, Application, and End User. On the basis of Product, the market is segmented into Extraoral Imaging Systems and Intraoral Imaging Systems. On the basis of Application, the market is segmented into Implantology, Endodontics, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Orthodontics, and Other Applications (General Dentistry Examinations, Diagnosis of Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD), Periodontics, and Forensic Dentistry). On the basis of End Users, the market is segmented into End User Dental Hospitals & Clinics, Dental Diagnostic Centers, And Dental Academic & Research Institutes.
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Based on Product:
In 2021, the market was led by Intraoral Imaging Systems. The intraoral camera sector is expected to have a significant market share in terms of technology. The intraoral camera is used to record films and photographs of the condition of the teeth, which aids in the evaluation and diagnosis of plaque buildup, dental cavities, gum diseases, chipped or fractured teeth, broken dental fillings, and other oral disorders. The rising prevalence of dental problems and the increasing number of product launches are two main reasons driving the segment's growth. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) statistics from 2020, more than one-quarter of all adults (26%) have untreated tooth decay, and nearly half (46%) of all adults aged 30 years or older have signs of gum disease; severe gum disease affects about 9% of adults in the United States.
Based on End User:
The global market for Dental Imaging is led by Dental hospitals & clinics, which is likely to maintain its lead during the forecast period. During the projection period, dental hospitals and clinics are expected to increase at the fastest rate. The rising cost of modern Dental Imaging equipment, increased patient awareness, and the growing requirement for speedy and precise patient diagnosis and treatment planning are all factors contributing to this end-user segment's rapid rise.
North America Region Dominates the Dental Imaging Market with the Largest Share
North America acquired the largest market share during the year 2021 with a share of 37.20%. The rising prevalence of dental problems, the rising number of product releases and strategic efforts done by market players, and the expanding focus on research and development are all contributing to the market's expansion. According to the American Dental Association 2020, more than 5 million Americans aged 65 to 74 have lost all of their teeth, with approximately 3 million being edentulous. On the other hand, tooth loss is predominantly a concern for the elderly. This is because 91% of persons aged 20 to 64 have dental caries, with 27% of them staying untreated. Tooth decay is also a common cause of tooth loss in many people.
Key players operating in the Global Dental Imaging Market include Envista Holdings Corporation (US), Planmeca oy (Finland), Acteon Group (UK), Dentsply Sirona (US), Carestream Dental LLC (US), Vatech Co. Ltd. (South Korea), Owandy Radiology (France), Durr Dental SE (Germany), Midmark Corporation (US), Genoray Co. Ltd. (South Korea), Asahi Roentgen Co. Ltd. (Japan), 3Shape (Denmark), PreXion Inc. (US), Ningbo Runyes Medical Instrument Co. Ltd.(China), Cefla Medical Equipment (Italy), Apteryx Imaging (Canada), Yoshida Dental Mfg. Co. Ltd. (Japan), Align Technology Inc. (US), J. Morita Corp. (Japan), Fona Italy (Italy) and others.
Segmentation of the Global Dental Imaging Market:
- Product (Extraoral Imaging Systems, Intraoral Imaging Systems)
- Application (Implantology, Endodontics, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Orthodontics, Other)
- End User (Dental Hospitals & Clinics, Dental Diagnostic Centers, Dental Academic & Research Institutes)
- Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East & Africa)
|Regions & Countries Covered
- North America - (U.S., Canada, Mexico)
- Europe - (U.K., France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Rest Of Europe)
- Asia Pacific - (China, Japan, India, South Korea, South East Asia, Rest Of Asia Pacific)
- Latin America - (Brazil, Argentina, Rest Of Latin America)
- Middle East & Africa - (GCC Countries, South Africa, Rest Of Middle East & Africa)
- Envista Holdings Corporation (US)
- Planmeca oy (Finland)
- Acteon Group (UK)
- Dentsply Sirona (US)
- Carestream Dental LLC (US)
- Vatech Co. Ltd. (South Korea)
- Owandy Radiology (France)
- Durr Dental SE (Germany)
- Midmark Corporation (US)
- Genoray Co. Ltd. (South Korea)
- Asahi Roentgen Co. Ltd. (Japan)
- 3Shape (Denmark)
- PreXion Inc. (US)
- Ningbo Runyes Medical Instrument Co. Ltd.(China)
- Cefla Medical Equipment (Italy)
- Apteryx Imaging (Canada)
- Yoshida Dental Mfg. Co. Ltd. (Japan)
- Align Technology Inc. (US)
- J. Morita Corp. (Japan)
- Fona Italy (Italy)
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