Market Research Report
Europe Markets for Dental Bone Graft Substitutes and Other Biomaterials - 15 Countries (2011-2021)
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|Europe Markets for Dental Bone Graft Substitutes and Other Biomaterials - 15 Countries (2011-2021)|
|Published: August 12, 2015||Content info: 226 Pages||
The European market for dental biomaterials includes dental bone graft substitutes, dental bone tissue engineering products and dental membranes.
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.
Tooth loss is not only caused by caries and teeth decay but also by periodontal diseases. If not treated early, periodontal disease can become severe enough to not only permanently damage natural teeth, but also cause bone and hard tissue loss. Bone loss can also be caused by tooth extractions, accidents, chemicals and aging. Until the advent of bone graft materials, bone loss was considered permanent. The loss of bone can cause discomfort and prevent patients from receiving dental implants.
Bone grafting procedures using bone graft substitutes (BGSs) are performed to repair bone loss. Bone grafting can be performed during periodontal procedures in an attempt to save a tooth, or during a dental implant procedure to replace a tooth. Tissue engineering products and dental membranes can be used in conjunction with BGSs to increase the rate and extent of bone regeneration.
Through carefully primary research and personal interviews with industry professionals our team of analysts have put together this report with financial projections while taking into consideration a large number of factors. Some notable topics within this report are, Aging Population, Bundling of Implants Bone Graft Substitutes and Membranes, Technological Developments, Improving Dental Health and much more.
It has been discovered that Geistlich is still maintaining its majority market share within the market. In-depth analysis on them as well as Botiss Biomaterials, Zimmer Dental, Tecnoss Dental, BEGO and many other large and small players are included in this study.
**Noteworthy Insights: "The dental implant market is far more penetrated and developed in Europe relative to the dental regenerative market. Factors such as: lagged consumer awareness, stringent regulations/barriers to market entry, training/education of dental professionals placing implants, continued reliance on autograft materials and lack of insurance coverage have all hampered development for the regenerative market."
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