Europe Dental Materials Market Reviewed & Forecast in Comprehensive iData Research Study Published at MarketPublishers.com06 Oct 2014 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The dental materials market is one of the biggest in the dental industry and demonstrates high growth potential. It demonstrates ongoing technological advancements that facilitate effective workflow and enhance patients’ comfort. The economic slump influenced the dental restorative markets and led to fewer patients consulting the dentist during 2008-2011; however, this market is beginning to recover. The growth in most of these segments is restrained by the greater focus on preventive measures to stay away from restorative procedures. Additionally, the growth of digitised dentistry is threatening the expansion of the dental materials sector.
The direct restorative segment is growing at the fastest rate, due to the growth demonstrated within the sub-segment for composite materials at the cost of that of amalgam. The general aesthetic trend towards resin-based direct and indirect restoratives has resulted in a surge in demand for bonding agents – the second fast-growing segment.
Comprehensive report “European Markets for Dental Materials 2014” elaborated by iData Research sheds light on the market for dental materials in Europe. It unveils interesting trends fuelling and restricting the market, potential hazards and opportunities in the marketplace, growth trends over the next decade, top competitors and pertinent competitive advantages. The study reveals differences in growth patterns and price variations between the 2 dental cement segments, outlines innovative delivery methods of cements and shows unit sales dependent upon the delivery type, compares and contrasts the different segments by delivery method, pricing, and popularity across Europe’s various regions. The research report segments the market into precision and preliminary impression materials, reveals the constantly changing growth trends prevailing in the various etching markets, discusses regional differences that correspond to leading etchant types, segments the market into the 2 major material types (glass ionomers and composites). Information on the different types of local injection and their dominance in Europe, specifically described in detail in the unit analysis, is included; as well as factors contributing to the number of procedures performed across Europe’s different regions, alongside with growth trends of various procedures are discussed.
European Markets for Dental Materials 2014
Published: September, 2014
Price: US$ 10,995.00
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