Dental Crown and Bridges Market Outlook to 2025 – Market Analysis by Geography, Type, Application, Competitive Landscape, Key Company Information – Growth Trends and Forecasts

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By 2025, the global dental crown and dental bridges market revenue is expected to reach USD 4,363.8 million. The growth is primarily driven by rising silver tsunami across various geographic regions. Elderly population as well as teenagers are susceptible to dental cavities, loss of tooth, periodontitis, and various other oral problems. Conditions such as oral candidiasis and xerostomia are also key reasons for oral health problems amongst the population globally.  With high risks of oral problems attributed with ageing, growing population in countries with low awareness levels of oral hygiene are anticipated to be most lucrative markets in coming years.

It is predicted that, by 2030, over 70 million American populations which contributes around 20% of the total population is likely to surpass age group of 65. With such trends shaping the demographics of the nation, U.S. is expected to be potential market for dental crowns and dental bridges market in coming years.

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Spur in life expectancy and reduction in birth rates has resulted in an increased ratio of geriatric population in the demographic profiles of various countries which is known as population ageing.  Presence of large patient population under the age group of 25-64 years makes north America one of the well-established market for dental crowns and bridges within the region. High dental implant penetration with increasing awareness regarding oral health is expected to drive the regional demand for dental crowns and bridges over the forecast period.

As of 2019, the region has 77 accredited dental schools of which 66 are present in the U.S., and rest are present in Canada. During academic year 2016-2017, 24,677 students enrolled for predoctoral dental education programs whereas in the next academic year, the count was increased to 25,010. Additionally, the number of graduates was also up from 5,957 in 2016 to 6,238 in 2017. Such statistics indicate that more students are opting for career in dentistry improving overall industry workforce in coming years.

The “Global Dental Crown & Bridges Market Size by Product (Crown and Bridges), by Material (Metal and Ceramic), by Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East & Africa and Forecast 2018 to 2025” study provides an elaborative view of historic, present and forecasted market estimates.

Globally dental crown and bridges market is highly fragmented in nature with presence of domestic players operating within specific regions. Majority of the players in the market are dental labs who procure prosthetic materials from manufacturers and then convert it into crowns and bridges as per the specifications provided by dentists. Penetration of CAD/CAM systems within dentistry has resulted in reduced need for dental technicians hence a trend of decline in number of dental labs has been observed in U.S. since past decade. On the other hand, in countries such as India, number of dental labs are increasing pertaining to rise in patient flow from other countries. Dentists prefer labs present near to their clinics and majorly contracts are formed between labs and private dentists making the market highly fragmented.

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Major points from Table of Contents:
Chapter 1 Executive Summary
Chapter 2 Research Methodology
Chapter 3 Market Outlook
Chapter 4 Dental Crown and Bridges Market Overview, By Material
Chapter 5 Dental Crown and Bridges Market Overview, By Product
Chapter 6 Dental Crown and Bridges Market Overview, By Region
Chapter 7 Company Profiles
Chapter 8 Competitive landscape

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