Autograft Material Dominated Latin America Dental Bone Graft Substitute Market in 2012, According to iData Research

01 Mar 2013 • by Natalie Aster

In 2012, autograft material comprised a significant number of the total volume of bone graft substitutes, continuing its decline as non-autograft materials become more popular.

According to the report “Latin American Markets for Dental Bone Graft Substitutes and Other Biomaterials” by iData Research, the five different bone graft substitute material types have varying levels of market presence and average selling prices in the Latin American region. Allograft material has historically been supplied by local tissue banks, which has limited the capacity for production. However, the promotional efforts of allograft suppliers are anticipated to gradually increase the adoption rate of this material by Latin American practitioners.

Xenograft material has historically been the most popular non-autograft material owing to its extensive use in dental schools; however, recent improvements in the quality and clinical results of synthetic materials have led this latter segment to experience the fastest increase among others. As a result, autograft material is expected to give way to alternative materials that cause less patient discomfort and do not require the use of harvested bone.

Report Details:

Latin American Markets for Dental Bone Graft Substitutes and Other Biomaterials
Published: February, 2013
Pages: 162
Price: US$ 7,995.00

This report analyzes and evaluates the current state of the market including existing and potential markets, product average selling prices, and unit volumes. The report also highlights the opportunities and potential hazards involved, and present strategies for successfully navigating the market landscape. Furthermore, it seeks to identify the trends and technologies that will affect the future of each market segment and prepares an unbiased critical assessment of such market drivers and limiters based on our “bottom up” approach, which includes primary and secondary research methods.

More information can be found in the report “Latin American Markets for Dental Bone Graft Substitutes and Other Biomaterials” by iData Research.

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