The personal dental water flosser market size is expected to grow by $74 million from 2022 to 2027, progressing at a CAGR of more than five percent, based on the latest Technavio market research report.
According to the report, North America will see lucrative growth during the forecast period. North America is estimated to account for 33% of the global market during the forecast period.
Technavio's analysts have examined the regional trends and drivers that shape the market during the forecast period. In this region, the market is driven by rising awareness of the importance of oral health, technological advancements in personal dental care and the growing prevalence of oral health problems.
Consumers are looking for tools and products such as personal dental flossers to support their oral hygiene habits as they become more aware of the importance of maintaining good oral health. In addition, advanced technologies have enhanced the performance and functionality of personal dental irrigators, making them more effective and easier to use.
For instance, many models have numerous pressure settings, dedicated nozzles and built-in timers to allow users to optimize their oral hygiene routines. Numerous retailers and online shops deliver these products at different price points.
Ultimately, the prevalence of oral health problems such as tooth decay and periodontal disease is rising in countries such as the U.S. and Canada, and in the region, products such as water flossers can help control oral health problems.
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