APAC Dental Implants Market size is poised to surpass USD 1 billion by 2028, according to a latest forecast report by Graphical Research.
Increasing prevalence of dental disorders coupled rising awareness regarding oral health is positively stimulating the market growth. Oral diseases such as periodontal diseases, tooth decay, and tooth loss across the Asia Pacific region is expected to augment the market growth in upcoming years. The majority of the affected individuals remains untreated due to a variety of socioeconomic factors and a lack of attention to oral health. As a result, national governments are implementing health programs and initiatives to raise public awareness about dental treatment. For instance, the Indian government launched the National Oral Health Program (NOHP) to enhance oral health awareness, increase accessibility to dental services, and integrate oral health promotion and preventive services into the general health care system in order to achieve better oral health.
The tapered implants segment dominated around 75% market share in 2021, due to several benefits offered by implants in terms of stability and long life. Tapered implants have a threaded design, which is favored over parallel walled implants as the threaded design provides more surface area, which allows for better bone-implant contact and integration. Increased bone-implant contact promotes clinical success by allowing for high primary stability and less micromotion. The aggregate meta-analysis found that tapered dental implants give superior implant stability than parallel-walled dental implants, according to the National Centers for Biotechnology Information (NCBI). Tapered implants are preferred in procedures that require fast placement and loading due to their design, which channels forces towards the apex.
The titanium segment held over 72% market share in 2021 and will reach USD 800 million by 2028, owing to low cost and wide range of clinical properties associated with titanium implants, which contribute to their high clinical success rate. According to the NCBI review study, titanium implants have better mechanical properties than zirconium implants. Because of the high strength and corrosion resistance of titanium implants, osseointegration is stronger and lasts longer in patients. Furthermore, titanium implants are less expensive to manufacture than zirconium implants, so titanium implants are preferred by both patients and dentists looking to save money on dental care. Titanium implants have attained long-term clinical success rates of 94% to 97% due to their extensive superior qualities and continuous design modifications and advancements. Thus, the superior mechanical properties and success rates are the major factors driving the preference for titanium implants.
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The dental clinics segment accounted for 61% market share in 2021, on account of rising frequency of periodontal diseases and the ability of specialty dentists in clinics to provide a technologically advanced therapy. The demand for tooth restoration procedures will rise as people become more aware of the detrimental consequences of poor oral hygiene. This will increase the number of patients visiting dental clinics for dental implantation treatment.
China dental implants industry will exceed USD 220 million by 2028. The increased prevalence of dental problems, rising dental expenditure, and expanding demand for cosmetic dentistry, among other factors. As the number of dental problems rises, there is predicted to be a surge in demand for dental implants. Additionally, increasing government initiatives regarding awareness will further augment the industry growth. The Chinese government has undertaken a number of initiatives, including healthcare reform, in order to develop a basic universal healthcare system capable of providing safe, precise, and low-cost healthcare to geriatric population in China. Both government and private companies have implemented these efforts, which are expected to boost the market revenue.
The APAC dental implants market research report includes in-depth coverage of the industry with estimates & forecast in terms of revenue in USD million from 2017 to 2028, for the following segments:
Asia Pacific Market, By Product
- Tapered implants
- Parallel walled implants
Asia Pacific Market, By Material
Asia Pacific Market, By End-use
- Dental Clinics
The above information has been provided for the following countries:
- Asia Pacific
- South Korea