The global dental impression systems market was valued at USD 1.3 billion in 2021 and it is anticipated to grow up to USD 2.8 billion in 2031, at a CAGR of 7.9% during the forecast period.
Dental impression systems are implemented to capture the intraoral scans of a patient’s teeth and gingival tissue to generate a 3D digital model which can further be used for CAD/CAM dentistry. The primary purpose of dental impressions is to create an exact mold of the teeth for restoration, orthodontic appliances, etc. According to American Dental Association (ADA), 53% of dentists across the globe use intraoral scanners for treatment. The overall price of an intraoral scanner ranges between USD 3000 to USD 5000 annually.
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Currently, around (5-10) % of dentists across the globe use the method of generating a digital dental impression each year with the help of an intraoral scanner. As of 2020, in the United States, 201,117 dentists are working in dentistry. Adding to these, ADA estimates that there are 10,658 orthodontists at present in the United States, which translates to approximately 3.27 orthodontists in every 100,000 populations.
Market Trends and Drivers
The growing demand for cosmetic dentistry is propelling the growth of the global dental impression systems market. Cosmetic dentistry is one of the fastest-growing segments in the dental industry. Several studies have anticipated that the market for cosmetic dentistry will continue to grow at a rapid pace. With growing disposable incomes, the willingness to undergo expensive cosmetic procedures has also raised among the population in different countries, specifically among the aging population.
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The growing income levels in developing countries like India, China, and Brazil, which have a relatively high decayed, missing, and filled teeth (DMFT) index, are likely to boost the demand for dental impression systems in these countries during the projection period.
This increasing preference for cosmetic dentistry, combined with the increase in disposable incomes, will significantly boost the growth of the dental impression systems market in the upcoming years.
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- Intraoral Scanners
- Impression Material
- Impression Trays
- Bite Registration Material
- Dental Impression Accessories
- Restorative & Prosthodontics Dentistry
By End User
- Dental Hospitals & Clinics
- Dental Laboratories
- Dental Academics & Research Institutes
- Forensic Laboratories
Major Players in Dental Impression Systems Market
The key players in the dental impression systems market are 3M (US), Henry Schein (US), Dentsply Sirona (US), Mitsui Chemicals (Japan), Envista (US), Parkell, Inc. (US), Kettenbach GmbH & Co. KG (Germany), Zest Dental Solutions (US), Keystone Industries (US), Ultradent Products, Inc. (US), Septodont Holding (US), GC Corporation (US), DETAX (Germany), Kerr Corporation (US), Ivoclar Vivadent (US), Kuraray Co. Ltd. (Japan), BEGO (Germany), Premier Dental Products Company (US), and DMG America (US).
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