Research and Markets is now offering a new report on the restorative dentistry market. According to an Aug. 2 news release, the market stood at $17 billion in 2022 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.54% up to 2028. The increase can be ascribed to growing awareness about dental hygiene and a rise in the number of dental practices.
The market for restorative dentistry has expanded significantly because of the rising frequency of dental diseases like dental caries, tooth decay and periodontal diseases. The number of patients needing restorative dental operations has increased as a result of poor oral hygiene, unhealthful eating patterns, cigarette use and inadequate dental care.
Thus, the need for restorative dental products and services has increased as a result.
Age-related dental issues and tooth loss are more common among the older population worldwide. Restorative dental procedures like dental implants, crowns and bridges are necessary as a result of age-related conditions such as enamel degradation, gum recession and oral illnesses.
Restorative dentistry has undergone a revolution due to technological developments in restorative materials and methods. The longevity, appearance and functionality of dental restorations have all improved because of the development of modern dental materials like ceramics, zirconia and composite resins.
Additionally, the restoration procedure has been expedited by digital dental technology, including intraoral scanners, 3D printing and CAD/CAM systems, which have improved treatment outcomes and patient satisfaction.
Aesthetics have become a bigger focus in dentistry in recent years. More people are turning to cosmetic dentistry to brighten their smiles and boost their self-esteem. In order to meet the growing demand for cosmetic dental procedures, restorative dentistry offers a variety of aesthetic alternatives, including veneers, teeth whitening and fillings.
The market for restorative dentistry has benefited from the increased popularity of dental tourism. Many people from developed countries travel to nations with less expensive dental care to take advantage of affordable restorative operations. The market for restorative dentistry has thus been stimulated by this trend, which has resulted in the expansion of dental clinics and facilities in well-liked dental tourism locations.
Learn more and view a sample of the report on Research and Markets' website.
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