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The global dental diagnostic surgical equipment market grows at the CAGR of 6.71% and will contribute $8100.4 million till the year 2021. The dental diagnostic and surgical equipments are used for the diagnosis and treatment of dental problems such as tooth decay, gingivitis, periodontitis, dental caries, other forms of oral cancers and injury. There are many reasons that boosts the global market for dental diagnostic such as rise in oral cancer, consumption of alcohol, cigarettes and tobacco products, increase in dental tourism, prevalence of dental patients are the few major issues.
Oral diseases and Dental problems have been on the rise globally and have facilitated the increase in the use of dental diagnostic and surgical equipment for care and treatment. Dental problems and oral disease market have been on the rise globally and have thus ease to increase in the use of dental diagnostic and surgical equipment's for treatment and care. Technological advances in dental diagnostic and surgical equipment's have enhanced the quality of care offered to patients. Surgical devices and dental imaging can also be customized as per the specific features and needs. The laser technologies and 3D imaging are gaining popularity as they ensure fast recovery with minimal pain. Rapid development and innovation in technology will enhance the global dental diagnostic and surgical equipment market. Advances in technology such as laser dentistry, 3D imaging, and adoption of nano technologybased implants have been able to provide safe and effective treatment for the end users like hospitals, diagnostic centers etc. On the other hand, these advances have led to accelerate the healing process with a reduction in the rate of infection, which will result in a rising in the adoption of such technologies for dental care.
Medical and dental tourism is growing at a very high rate in developing region such as Asia pacific. The major reason for faster adoption of medical tourism is that it is very cost effective, as the treatment cost in Asia pacific region is very less. $3800 $6000 per visit is the average amount spent by medical tourist. There is no degradation in quality of treatment and so on. Dental tourism is one of the most growing markets in medical tourism sector. The rising medical and dental tourism mainly in developing countries such as Asia pacific is the boosting agent for the growth of global dental diagnostic surgical equipment market.
Dental diagnostics and surgeries requires technologically advanced machineries and well trained doctors, trainers, personnel's for diagnosing and surgery, as dental surgery is very sophisticated and hard to do surgery. This adds up the total cost of dental diagnostics and surgical equipment and services which hinders the growth of global dental diagnostic surgical equipment market. On the other hand rising disposal income may decrease the cost burden of dental diagnostics and surgery.
North America is the leader in global dental diagnostic surgical equipment market.
Some of the major market players are American medical's, 3M company, Sirona dental systems Inc., Biolase Inc., Danaher Corp., Midmark Corp., PLANMECA Oy, KAVO dental, Aribex, Henry schein, GC corporation, DCI International, Being Foshan medical equipment, ASAHI Roentgen Aribex, Acteon, Patterson Dental, NOUVAG, Nakanishi, Morita, Techodent, Sybron dental specialties, etc. Acquisition, mergers and expansions are the key strategies adopted by the market players to sustain in the market.
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