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Dental Adhesive Market is Forecast to Grow at CAGR of 5.87% During 2020-2025

Dental Adhesive Market is Forecast to Grow at CAGR of 5.87% During 2020-2025

iCrowd Newswire - Jan 16, 2020

The Dental Adhesive Market is forecast to reach $2.9 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 5.87% during 2020-2025.
Key Takeaways
  • Europe dominates the dental adhesives market owing to the rising geriatric population, growing government expenditure on oral healthcare across Europe, and higher reimbursement rates for dental procedures in Europe as compared to other regions.
  • The pit & fissure held the major share in the market by type. 
By Technology- Segment Analysis
Water based technology holds the major share in the market by technology.Dentistry across the globe is in a period of transformation. The population is aging and becoming more diverse. The health care delivery system is changing rapidly with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Consumer habits are shifting with Americans increasingly relying on technology and seeking greater value from their spending. The nature of oral disease and the financing of dental care are in a state of flux. Commercial dental plans are increasingly using more selective networks, demanding increased accountability through data and performance measures, and pressuring providers to reduce costs.In current times, development of new products is occurring at an unprecedented rate. Dentin adhesives are currently available as three-step, two-step and single-step systems, depending on how the three cardinal steps of etching, priming and bonding to tooth substrate are accomplished or simplified.
By Type – Segment Analysis
The pit and fissure sealants held the major share in the market by type. Pits and fissures are reported to be involved in almost 90% of carious lesion of permanent posterior teeth.Pit and fissure sealant has been considered as a highly effective caries preventive treatment and are widely recommended and used in dentistry today. Pit and fissure sealants have been placed with and without use of adhesive.With an increase in the number of elderly edentulous patients, there is likely to be a greater demand for denture adhesives. Dentists are more aware of the need to prescribe denture adhesives and manufacturers are encouraged to improve commercially available products.
Geography- Segment Analysis
Europe dominated the silicone gels market with a share of more than 38%, followed by North America and APAC. Around $90 billion is spent on dental treatment in the European Union. Given that there are 512.7 million EU citizens (as of 2018), this is equivalent to about $170 per capita, and this figure continues to rise.Public expenditure for dental treatment was between 3 and 8% of respective national health spending in individual European states. In the past few years, the worldwide dental products market benefitted from an aging population, a continuing focus on oral health and aesthetics, growing emerging markets, and technological innovations. The combination of technological advancement in dentistry solutions and the transition from pain management to preventive care has led to substantial growth in two areas, 3D dental printing and dental lasers.
In developing markets, growing wealth and expanding middle classes make better oral health more accessible. As per capita income increases, healthcare, including dental care, has become a priority in South Asia. More citizens can afford education, which makes them aware of the severity of oral health. China will have more than 40,000 companies providing dental care by 2020 with its current market growth, one third more than the number in 2014.4 The number of dentists in China tripled from 2010 to 2013, leaving the markets still extremely underpenetrated.
Drivers –Dental Adhesive Market
  • Growing incidence of dental diseases
According to the WHO, there is a high prevalence of dental diseases in European countries. The main conditions affecting dental health are caries, dental (acid) erosion and periodontal diseases. Between 20 and 90% of 6-year-old children suffer from caries while, on average, between 0.4 and 3.5 (depending on the country) of the remaining teeth are damaged in the case of 12-year-olds. This is fueling the demand for dental adhesives.
Challenges – Dental Adhesive Market
  • Growing Regulations
The FDA is aware of case reports in the medical literature linking negative reactions such as nerve damage, numbness or tingling sensations from denture adhesives that contain zinc to chronic overuse of the products. There are rising regulations on zinc usage in dental adhesives.
Market Landscape
Technology launches,acquisitions and R&D activities are key strategies adopted by players in the silicone gels market. In 2018, the top five players accounted for xx% of the share. Major players in the Silicone Gels Market are Dentsply Sirona, 3M, KURARAY NORITAKE DENTAL, P&G, GSK (UK), and Tokuyama Dental Corp.,among others.

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