This market study focuses specifically on the volume of procedures in the dental materials market. It includes analysis of procedures in the following segments:
- Dental Cement Procedures
- Preliminary Impression Procedures (Alginate)
- Other Impression Procedures
- Direct Restorative Procedures
- Composite Procedures
- Glass Ionomer/Resin Ionomer Procedures
- Amalgam Procedures
- Temporary Restorative Procedures
- Bonding Procedures
- Core Build-Up Procedures
- Anesthetic Procedures
About Procedure Volume Research (MedPro)
Analysts meticulously research for 3 to 4 months to put together a suite of reports (MedSuite), which is a comprehensive analysis on a group of healthcare markets. A MedPro is one portion of that analysis that outlines only the procedure volumes and forecasts for each market in that suite of reports.
This procedural analysis is incorporated in our market size analysis and forecasting which are available when purchasing a MedSuite, MedView or MedCore. For a deeper description on these product types click here or contact us to have a product consultant help you find the data you need.
Where Do We Get Dental Materials Procedure Data?
The team of analysts has proprietary data that we’ve been collecting for over a decade as well as government and private databases like that from CMS and hospital records. By looking at multiple sources we are able to triangulate on dental materials procedure volumes that influence and coincide with our overall market sizing.
Trends Affecting the Dental Materials Market
Despite the positive growth associated with dental anesthetic materials, the total dental material procedural volume is weighed down by declines of both temporary restorations and impressions. As CAD/CAM technologies become more widespread, they will shift a significant portion of the temporary restorative market into the permanent space. With the emergence of digitization, the preparation phase of restorations will be eliminated as they may be prepared and applied in a single dental visit. This translates into temporary restorations no longer being essential in the preparation stage of the final product. However, temporary materials will not go into extinction as cost-sensitive patients will continue to rely on them.
Questions This Report will Help You Answer
- What is affecting the volume of procedures in the US?
- How many procedures were done in 2016?
- How many procedures were done historically?
- How many procedures can we expect in 2023 and what is the growth trend?
- The U.S. market for dental materials includes dental cements, impression materials, direct restoratives, temporary restoratives, bonding agents, core build-up materials and anesthetic materials. The overall U.S. dental material market is projected to experience modest growth over the forecast period, largely limited by the emergence of intraoral scanners. Although digitization is yet to become widespread, it has already impacted the dental material market, particularly towards impression and temporary restorative materials. As digital impression taking scanners are becoming more affordable and popular, the need for dental impression and temporary restorative materials is dwindling. Despite the gradual digitization of dental offices, this trend will still put short term pressure on both the prices and unit sales.
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U.S. Dental Materials Market Overview
Key Report Updates
1.1 Research Scope
1.2 9-Step Methodology
Step 1: Project Initiation & Team Selection
Step 2: Prepare Data Systems And Perform Secondary Research
Step 3: Preparation For Interviews & Questionnaire Design
Step 4: Performing Primary Research
Step 5: Research Analysis: Establishing Baseline Estimates
Step 6: Market Forecast And Analysis
Step 7: Identify Strategic Opportunities
Step 8: Final Review And Market Release
Step 9: Customer Feedback And Market Monitoring
2.1 Procedure Overview
2.1.1 Dental Cement Procedures
2.1.2 Impression Material Procedures
2.1.3 Direct Restorative Procedures
2.1.4 Temporary Restorative Procedures
2.1.5 Bonding Procedures
2.1.6 Core Build-Up Procedures
2.1.7 Anesthetic Procedures
As digital impression taking scanners are becoming more affordable and popular, the need for dental impression and temporary restorative materials is dwindling. Despite the gradual digitization of dental offices, this trend will still put short term pressure on both the prices and unit sales.