The global Digital Dentistry Market will reach USD 15 billion in 2028, with a CAGR exceeding 9.7% over the 2022-2028 period.
Digital dentistry is a form of dental technology that uses digital components or computer-controlled parts to perform dental treatment. Digital dentistry is more efficient than using machine-driven dental devices. Digital dentistry is the use digital technology, or devices that can be controlled digitally or computer-controlled to perform dental procedures. Digital dentistry can make dental procedures easier than with traditional tools. It’s used to simplify dental procedures, and to suggest new ways to meet rising patient demand. Digital dentistry is any dental technology that makes use of computer-based components such as software or hardware. This allows dental professionals to use computer-aided technology to treat patients. Dental professionals can use digital scanning to take impressions and diagnose patients. Digital solutions for dentistry include design software and impression scanners. They can be used in dental labs to increase speed and reduce manual labor.
Digital dentistry has greatly enhanced the ability to use passive, screw-retained restorations for dental purposes. Digital dentistry allows intraoral scans to examine the mouth. Digital dentistry eliminates the possibility of impression material shrinkage. To scan the impression, a virtual model can be used. This minimizes the chance of laboratory transfer errors and stone expansion. You can also use the traditional open-tray impression transfer technique. Computer scanning can also be used to scan traditional implant models for fabrication errors. Digital machined frameworks are able to reduce metal shrinkage and eliminate wax distortion. Digital dentistry’s future developments will be especially beneficial for screw-retained implants prostheses. The rapid growth in data and technical tools is what enables digital leveraging to enable the dental industry to grow rapidly. Digital dentistry is more than computer-aided design and production. Digital dentistry includes diagnosis, treatment delivery, as well as decision-making. It can also be used to provide long-term patient services.
Computer-aided design (CADCAM), and computer-aided production (CADCAM) have made dentistry more technologically advanced. Dental rehabilitation uses many innovative techniques. These techniques differ from traditional analog ones in the way that impressions are taken (traditional scans, instead of intraoral scanners) as well as how dental restorations can be created (conventional waxing vs.CAD-CAM). Healthcare is experiencing an increase in the usage of Big Data and Internet and Communication Technologies. Researchers in dental medicine are also looking into the potential benefits of using digital data for both research and practice. The interconnected phenomena of Big Data, algorithmic analyses, complexity, increased ICT use, and the development IoT have a profound impact on society today and affect practically every aspect our lives.
Digital Dentistry reports examines market segmentation forecasts based on type, end user, region, and geography. This report provides detailed information about the industry’s profit as well as a SWOT analysis that analyzes market trends and significant rivals. It also includes a study of the market geographically.
Key Market Participants:
Sirona, Apteryx and Dentsply, Ratos/Vidar 3M ESPE 3M KaVo, Planmeca Group Biolase Technology, AstraZeneca Group Cadblue, Danaher Implant Sciences Corporation, DOT GmBH Dexis and many more
(Note: For a complete list of important players, please visit the report page.
The Digital Dentistry Market’s region overview is broken down into North America and Europe, Latin America and Asia-Pacific.
Both North America and Europe are close competitors in the Digital Dentistry market. This is due to the high number of dentists in North America and the technological advances, as well as the growing geriatric population and key players in Europe. The rapid growth of Asia-Pacific, Middle-East & Africa, will result in a greater number of people living in these regions, as well as the development of dental practices and a growing awareness of oral health.
In the country section of the report, you will find information on market factors and changes to regulation. These will impact the market’s future and current trends. This report contains data such as analysis of downstream and downstream values chains, technical trends analysis, porter’s five force analysis and case studies. All of these data points are used to forecast market conditions for specific countries. We consider the challenges and availability of global brands when analysing the country’s data. Also, the effects of tariffs on domestic and international brands.
Objectives for the Study:
- This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the Digital Dentistry Market, including a breakdown by type, end user, and region.
- To provide detailed statistics and data points about market-moving elements (drivers and opportunities)
- To assess and forecast micro-markets, as well as the whole market.
- Forecast market trends, size and overview in key regions, including North America, Europe and Asia Pacific.
- To keep up to date with the competitive environment (including new product launches and mergers and acquisitions) and to evaluate them.