Market Research Report
Europe Markets for Dental Implants, Final Abutments and Computer Guided Surgery
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|Europe Markets for Dental Implants, Final Abutments and Computer Guided Surgery|
|Published: August 13, 2015||Content info: 274 Pages||
The overall dental implant, final abutment and computer guided surgery market is segmented by seven different sets of criteria in this report. Dental implants are segmented by procedure type, shape, connection type and implant application. The final abutment market is segmented by abutment fabrication process. The computer guided surgery market is segmented by treatment planning and surgical guides.
The European markets as defined in this report include Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Benelux (Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg), Scandinavia (Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland), Austria, Switzerland and Portugal.
This report covers topics that include the economic recession of 2009 that greatly slowed the overall dental implant market, market resurfacing in recent years but still under pressure of a higher than previous cost sensitivity, and ultimately the maturity of the market as it gets more highly penetrated.
The computer guided surgery market is expected to grow almost 4 times faster than the dental implant fixture market. These, as well as the final abutment market shows that the segments within the dental implant market are experiencing varying growth rates due to a variety of market factors.
The competitive analysis outlines Straumann as the leader in this space as they still saw growth and continue to invest heavily despite the recent economic crisis. Many more competitors including Nobel Biocare and DENSTPLY Implants were analyzed and the result is a comprehensive overview of the competitive market.
**Noteworthy Insight: “Traditionally, purchase decisions for dental implant fixture heavily depended on the quality of the product and thus premium implants long dominated the market. Only recently, with newborn cost sensitivity in the market, have value and discount implants become acceptable. This in turn is restructuring the market, with high levels of growth for inexpensive implant products and flat to negative growth for the premium segment.”
Combine it with other United States, Canada, Asia-Pacific, and Latin America reports from iData to get a global picture of the Dental Implant Markets.
The European market for dental implants encompasses several related products. These products range from traditional necessary components, such as implant fixtures and final abutment counterparts, to recent innovative digital technologies, such as treatment planning software and corresponding surgical guides. Together, these segments of the dental implant market amounted to over €1.1 billion across Europe in 2014. Growth is forecasted to be the highest for the computer guided surgery segment, especially for the surgical guide component, while the more traditional premium implant segment is set to demonstrate flat and continuously slowing growth. On the other hand, the newly accepted value dental implants are set to exhibit higher growth levels for the dental implant market. Similarly, the innovative and now more accessible and affordable CAD/CAM abutments are generating high levels of growth and consequently pushing the final abutment market forward.