3D Printing in Dentistry 2016: A Ten-Year Forecast and Opportunity Analysis

  • ID: 3803321
  • Report
  • 126 pages
  • SmarTech Markets Publishing LLC
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Revenues from 3D Printing in Dentistry will reach $3.7 Billion by 2021

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • 3D Systems
  • Autodesk
  • Carima
  • DENTIS
  • EOS
  • Stratasys
  • MORE

The dental industry continues to be one of the strongest targets for development of new 3D printers, materials, and applications. Revenues from additive manufacturing (AM) in the dental sector have grown almost 12 percent since 2015. Conversely, challenges in the 3D printing industry as a whole were weathered in part thanks to a continuing acceptance of digital technologies in the dental world. Dental professionals from every corner of the market now agree that digital dentistry is the way of the future.

This second annual study of 3D printing in the dental sector -- analyzes the commercial implications of a number of major trends that have emerged over the last twelve months.

The report is based on an extensive interview program and offers a true insider perspective. Included in this comprehensive report are the following:

- Ten-year 3D printing opportunity and market data forecasts in volume and value terms. These cover hardware, materials, software, and services
- The first ever "Comprehensive Guide to Dental 3D Printing Hardware," which includes the most complete evaluation of available printers, materials, and other products that specifically target the dental industry specifically
- New 3D printing software analysis for the dental sector. Discussion dental printer software, application specific dental workflow software, 3D scanning tools, and laboratory production management software.
- Discussion of the latest application developments for dental 3D printing, from directly printed clear aligners to ultra-realistic fully printed dentures
- Market shares for hardware sales in 2015 by printer technology category along with a detailed hardware selling price analysis

Among the new trends in dental 3DP that are considered in this report are the following:

- The impending adaptation of high-speed, layerless vat photopolymerzation printers to dental industry requirements.
- The acceptance of low-cost photopolymerization systems by both dental laboratories and individual dentists. This continues to bring digital technologies within reach of the whole dental value chain and closer to patients
- Uncertainty in the PFM restoration market in North America, but with the simultaneous rise of dental implants utilizing titanium
- The development of long-term dental printing materials for use in directly fabricating permanent restorations and directly printed clear aligners

All in all this is the most extensive exploration of where the opportunities will be found in additive manufactured dental products in the next decade. It will be regarded as essential reading for everyone in the value chain for 3D-printed products.

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • 3D Systems
  • Autodesk
  • Carima
  • DENTIS
  • EOS
  • Stratasys
  • MORE
Chapter One: Trailing Twelve Month Dental 3D Printing Market Activity and Trends
1.1 Trends in Digital Dentistry and Global Penetration of Digital Processes
1.1.1 Customer Profile Evolution in Dental 3D Printing
1.1.1.1 Low-Cost Printers Could Open New Opportunities for Dental 3D Printing in the Practitioner’s Office
1.1.1.2 Extending Print Technology Further Upstream Beyond the Laboratory to Milling Centers
1.1.2 Global Demand for PFMs Widely Variable, Likely to Affect Outlook for Metal AM Systems in Dentistry
1.1.3 Dental Market in State of Change Marked by Consolidation
1.2 Hardware Evolution in Key 3D Printing Technologies Set to Revolutionize Dental Market
1.2.1 High-speed Photopolymerization Technologies Could Tip the Competitive Advantage to Additive CAD/CAM
1.2.2 Low-Cost Photopolymerization Technologies Provide Entry Point for Improving Digital Workflow in the Dental Office
1.3 Dental Printing Materials Entering New Age of Development Targeting Long Term Use
1.3.1 Tipping Point for Subtractive and Additive CAD/CAM Dental Solutions Fast Approaching
1.4 Dental 3D Printing Software and Related 3D Scanning Hardware Trends
1.4.1 Dental Sector Leading the Way in Application-Specific Print Software Development
1.5 Regional Dental Market Evolution and Considerations for 3D Printing
1.6 Summary of Latest Outlook and Market Forecasts for Dental 3D Printing Opportunities

Chapter Two: The Comprehensive Dental 3D Printing Hardware Guide
2.1 Primary Considerations for Hardware Development for Dental 3D Printing
2.1.1 Future Polymer 3D Printer Characteristics Expected to Drive Demand from Dental Customers
2.1.2 Metal Printing Technology Development Considerations
2.1.2.1 Breaking Into New Dental Markets with Metal AM
2.2 Primary Polymer Dental 3D Print Processes: Professional Level Photopolymerization
2.2.1 DLP vs. Vat Photopolymerization Hardware for Dentistry
2.2.2 Leading Systems by Product Class and New Releases
2.2.3 Analysis of Available Dental Printing Materials (UV- Sensitive Resins)
2.2.4 High-Speed Photopolymerization and its Impact on Dental 3D Printing Applications
2.2.5 Analysis of Photopolymerization Hardware Metrics
2.3 Primary Polymer Dental 3D Print Processes: Material Jetting
2.3.1 Leading Systems by Product Class and New Releases
2.3.2 Comparing Polyjet, SCP, and MultiJet Printing Product Lines for Dental Applications
2.3.3 Analysis of Available Dental Printing Materials (Jettable Resins)
2.3.4 Analysis of Material Jetting Hardware Metrics
2.4 Primary Metal Dental 3D Print Processes: Metal Powder Bed Fusion
2.4.1 Analysis of Metal Powder Bed Fusion Hardware Market Metrics
2.5 Notable Research and Entities Supporting Ceramic Dental 3D Printing

Chapter Three: Evolution in Dental 3D Printing Applications
3.1 Next Generation Dental 3D Printing Applications
3.1.1 High Realism Hybrid Dentures and Full Dentures
3.1.2 Directly Printed Clear Dental Aligners
3.1.3 Obstructive Sleep Apnea Oral Appliances
3.2 Current Polymer Dental 3D Printing Applications
3.2.1 Stone Models and Ortho Models
3.2.1.1 Teaching and Communicative Models
3.2.1.2 Penetration and Opportunity Analysis for Dental Models
3.2.2 3D-printed Wax Molds for Investment Casting of Dental Restorations
3.2.2.1 Benefits of 3D Printing Wax Molds
3.2.2.2 Penetration and Opportunity for 3D Printing Wax Investment Casting in Dental Markets
3.2.3 Printed Temporary Restorations and Related Applications
3.2.3.1 Penetration and Opportunity for Printed Temporaries
3.2.4 Polymer Denture Applications (Bases, Waxups, etc.)
3.2.4.1 Penetration and Market Opportunity for Polymer Printed Denture Applications
3.2.5 Printed Clear Dental Aligner Tools
3.2.5.1 Penetration and Market Opportunity for Indirectly Printed Dental Aligners
3.2.6 3D-Printed Dental Surgical Guides
3.2.6.1 Penetration and Market Opportunity for Printed Surgical Guides
3.3 Current Metal Dental 3D Printing Applications
3.3.1 Metal Dental Restorations (Crown and Bridge)
3.3.1.1 Penetration and Market Opportunity for Metal Printed Crowns and Bridges
3.3.2 Printed Dental Implant Applications
3.3.2.1 Penetration and Market Opportunity for Printed Dental Implant Components
3.3.3 Removable Partial Denture Frameworks
3.3.3.1 Penetration and Market Opportunity for Realistic Partial Denture Frameworks

Chapter Four: Analysis of the Dental 3D Printing Competitive Landscape
4.1 Analysis of Dental 3D Printing Hardware Market
4.1.1 Stratasys
4.1.2 EnvisionTEC
4.1.3 3D Systems
4.1.4 DWS
4.1.5 EOS
4.1.6 Prodways
4.1.7 Structo
4.1.8 Carima
4.1.9 BEGO/Valplast/DENTIS
4.1.9.1 BEGO
4.1.9.2 Valplast
4.1.9.3 DENTIS
4.1.10 Formlabs/Asiga/Autodesk
4.1.10.1 Formlabs
4.1.10.2 Asiga
4.1.10.3 Autodesk
4.2 Analysis of Dental 3D Printing Material Market
4.2.1 DeltaMed /Prodways
4.2.2 Vertex Dental
4.2.3 Z3Dlab
4.2.4 Other Participating Dental Resin Providers
4.3 Analysis of Dental 3D Printing Software Market
4.3.1 Dental Wings
4.3.2 3Shape

Chapter Five: Ten-Year Dental 3D Printing Market Forecasts—Hardware, Materials, Software, and Services
5.1 Discussion of Methodology
5.2 Ten-Year Forecasts of Key Dental 3D Printing Market Opportunities and Metrics
5.3 Ten-Year Forecasts of Dental 3D Printing Hardware Shipments and Installations
5.4 Ten-Year Forecasts of 3D Printing Materials Consumed by Dental Applications
5.4.1 Metal Powder Material Forecasts
5.5 Ten-Year Forecasts of Dental 3D Printing Services and Software
5.5.1 Dental 3D Printing Software Opportunities

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Acronyms and Abbreviations Used In this Report

List of Exhibits
Exhibit 1-1: Evolution of Value of 3D Printing Technology in Dental Markets
Exhibit 1-2: High Speed Photopolymerization Printer Developments
Exhibit 1-3: Current Material Development Entities and Activities for Dental 3D Printing
Exhibit 1-4: Dental Printing Material Development Timeline and Future Market Scenario Visualization
Exhibit 1-5: Application Specific Software Workflow for 3D Printing
Exhibit 1-6: Total Projected Dental 3D Printing Revenues, by Category, 2015-2025
Exhibit 2-1: DLP Based Vat Photopolymerization Processes Market Overview
Exhibit 2-2: Relevant Dental Photopolymerization Hardware Releases (Q2’15-Q2’16)
Exhibit 2-3: Dental Photopolymerization Printers by Classification
Exhibit 2-4: Dental Photopolymer Resin Material Products
Exhibit 2-5: Average Selling Price Laser Based Photopolymerization Dental Printers, by Classification, 2015
Exhibit 2-6: Average Selling Price DLP-Based Photopolymerization Dental Printers, by Classification, 2015
Exhibit 2-7: Average Selling Price All Photopolymerization Dental Printers, by Classification, 2015
Exhibit 2-8: Dental Photopolymerization Printer 2015 Market Share, by Unit Sales, All System Classifications
Exhibit 2-9: Relevant Dental Material Jetting Hardware Releases (Q2’15-Q2’16)
Exhibit 2-10: Dental Material Jetting Printers by Classification
Exhibit 2-11: Currently Available Material Jetting Dental Materials
Exhibit 2-12: Average Selling Price Dental Material Jetting Dental Printers, by Classification, 2015
Exhibit 2-13: Dental Material Jetting Printer 2015 Market Share, by Unit Sales, All System Classifications
Exhibit 2-14: Currently Available Metal Powder Bed Fusion Dental Systems
Exhibit 2-15: Metal Powder Bed Fusion Dental Market Share, Unit Sales, 2015
Exhibit 2-16: Average Selling Price Dental Metal PBF Printers, by Classification, 2015
Exhibit 3-1: Total Projected Sleep Related Oral Appliance Therapy Devices Printed, 2016-2025
Exhibit 3-2: Summary of Next Generation Dental Printing Applications
Exhibit 3-3: Total Projected Dental Models Printed by Model Type, 2015-2025
Exhibit 3-4: Total 3D-printed Wax Dental Molds by Type, 2015-2025
Exhibit 3-5: Overview of Printable Dental Temporary Materials
Exhibit 3-6: Total Dental Temporaries Printed, 2015-2025
Exhibit 3-7: Total Clear Dental Aligner 3D Printed Tooling, 2015-2025
Exhibit 3-8: Total Estimated 3D-Printed Dental Surgical Guides, 2015-2025
Exhibit 3-9: Summary of Metal AM Value Proposition for Dental Restorations
Exhibit 3-10: Total Crown and Bridge Units Printed via Metal AM, 2015-2025
Exhibit 3-11: Total Dental Implant Components Opportunity, 2015-2025
Exhibit 3-12: Total Opportunity 3D-Printed Removable Partial Frameworks, 2015-2025
Exhibit 4-1: Summary of other Participating Third-Party Dental Resin Manufacturers
Exhibit 5-1: Total Projected Dental 3D Printing Market Revenues, by Category, 2015-2025
Exhibit 5-2: Total Projected Dental 3D Printing Market Revenues, by Region, All Categories, 2015-2025
Exhibit 5-3: Total Projected Dental 3D Printers Sold Annually, by Print Technology, 2015-2025
Exhibit 5-4: Total Projected Dental 3D Printer Hardware Revenue, by Print Technology, 2015-2025
Exhibit 5-5: Total Projected Average Dental 3D Printer Selling Price, 2014-2025
Exhibit 5-6: Total Projected Dental 3D Printer Installations, 2015-2025
Exhibit 5-7: Total Projected Dental 3D Printing Material Revenue, by Material Category, 2015-2025
Exhibit 5-8: Total Projected Dental 3D Printing Material Shipments, by Material Category, 2015-2025
Exhibit 5-9: Comparison of Total Dental Print Material Shipment Forecasts, by Material Segment, 2014-2024
Exhibit 5-10: Photopolymer Material Revenue by Subgroup, 2015-2025
Exhibit 5-11: Total “Photopolymer” Material Shipments, by Technology, 2015-2025
Exhibit 5-12: Metal Powder Material Revenue by Subgroup, 2015-2025
Exhibit 5-13: Total Market Opportunity Dental 3D Printing Services, 2015-2025
Exhibit 5-14: Total Dental 3D Printer Software Revenue, 2015-2025

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • 3D Systems
  • Autodesk
  • Carima
  • DENTIS
  • EOS
  • Stratasys
  • MORE

The author has just published a new 140-page report showing where the money will be made in 3D-printed dentistry and identifying winners and losers in this segment.  This new report assesses the revenues from 3D printers and related software, materials and services sold to the dentistry sector in 2016 will reach $1.6 billion but says that such revenues will grow to $3.7 billion by 2021.

In 2015, the author introduced the first ever industry analysis report on 3D printing in the dental sector.  Since then, and as we predicted, 3D printing in dentistry has exploded. Some of the world’s largest dental solutions providers now market their own specialized 3D printers.  Meanwhile, low-cost 3DP technologies have begun to catch the attention of dental laboratories and individual dentists, bringing 3D printing ever closer to the dental patient.

The author believes that this new report – [external URL] – will become essential reading for all marketing and business development executives designing strategic responses to the emerging opportunities in 3D printed dentistry.

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- 3D Systems
- 3Shape
- Asiga
- Autodesk
- BEGO
- BEGO/Valplast/DENTIS
- Carima
- DENTIS
- DWS
- DeltaMed /Prodways
- Dental Wings
- EOS
- EnvisionTEC
- Formlabs/Asiga/Autodesk
- Prodways
- Stratasys
- Structo
- Valplast
- Vertex Dental
- Z3Dlab

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