Global Digital Dentistry Market Size, Overview, Key Players and Forecast 2028

Global Digital Dentistry Market is poised to value over USD 15 billion by 2028 end at a CAGR of over 9.7% during the forecast period 2022 to 2028.

Digital dentistry refers to a type of dental technology that utilizes digital or computer-controlled components, rather than manual or electrical tools, to perform dental treatment. Digital dentistry is more efficient that using machine-driven devices for dental procedures. Digital Dentistry is the use of digital technology or devices that are computer-controlled or digitally controlled parts to perform dental procedures. Digital dentistry can make dental procedures more efficient than traditional tools.This applies both for diagnostic and restorative purposes. It is used to simplify dental procedures and to propose new ways of meeting rising patient demand. Digital dentistry refers to any type of dental technology that uses computer-based components, such as software and hardware. This is to allow dental professionals to perform treatment using computer-aided technology. Digital scanning in dentistry allows dentists to plan and take impressions, diagnose patients, and even use digital scanners to do so without the need for manual tools. Impression scanners and design software are digital dental solutions that can be used in labs to speed up the creation of dental products and decrease the amount of manual labor.

The ability to use passive, screw-retained dental restorations has been greatly improved by digital dentistry. Digital dentistry allows for intraoral scans of the mouth. This eliminates the problem of impression material shrinkage. A virtual model may be used to scan the impression. This reduces the risk of stone expansion and laboratory transfer error. The traditional open-tray impression-transfer technique can be used. However, traditional implant models can be computer scanned to eliminate fabrication errors. Digital machined frameworks can be used to eliminate metal shrinkage and wax distortion. The future advances in digital dentistry will be most beneficial for screw-retained implant prostheses. Digital leveraging is enabling the dental field to evolve rapidly due to rapid growth of data and technical tools. Digital dentistry goes beyond computer-aided production and design. Digital dentistry encompasses diagnosis, treatment delivery, and decision-making. It can also provide long-term patient care.

Technology has advanced with dentistry through computer-aided design (CADCAM) and computer-aided manufacturing (CADCAM). Many innovative techniques are used in dental rehabilitation. These techniques are different from traditional analog ones in how impressions are taken (traditional scans, vs. intraoral scanners) and how dental restorations are created (conventional waxing, vs. CAD-CAM).  The healthcare industry is seeing an increase in the use of Big Data and Internet and Communication Technologies. Similarly to this, researchers in the field of dental medicine are looking at the potential benefits of digital data both for research and practice. Big Data, algorithmic analysis, complexity and increased use of ICT, and the development of IoT are just some of the interconnected phenomena that have a significant impact today on society and touch practically every aspect of our daily lives.

The Digital Dentistry report examines market segmentation forecasts by type, by end user, and by region. This report offers thorough information on the industry’s profit, a SWOT analysis of market trends, significant rivals, and a market geographical study.

Key Market Players:

Sirona, Apteryx, Dentsply, Ratos/Vidar, 3M ESPE, KaVo, Planmeca Group, Biolase Technology, AstraZeneca Group, Cadblue, Danaher, Implant Sciences Corporation, DOT GmBH, Dexis, and more.

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Regional Analysis

The Digital Dentistry Market’s regional overview is divided into North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and Africa, and the Rest of the World.

North America and Europe are both close competitors in the Digital Dentistry market. This is due to the number of dentists and hospitals in North America, technological advancements, the rising geriatric population, and key market players in Europe. Asia-Pacific, Middle-East & Africa will grow significantly with a faster growth rate because of the rapid accumulation of population, development spurge dental practices, rising awareness among the populace about oral health, and growing concern.

The report’s country section also includes information about market factors that have an impact on the market and any changes in regulation within the market. This will affect the market’s current and future trends. The report includes data points such as the analysis of downstream and downstream value chains, technical trends, porter’s five force analysis, and case studies. These are all used to forecast the market situation for specific countries. When analyzing the country’s data, we consider the availability and challenges of global brands, as well as the impact of tariffs and trade routes on domestic and international brands.

Objectives of the Study:

  • To provide a report that contains a detailed analysis of the Digital Dentistry Market by type, by end user, and by region.
  • To give detailed statistics and data points on market-moving factors (drivers, opportunities, and industry-specific restraints)
  • To evaluate and forecast micro-markets as well as the entire scope of the market.
  • To forecast market trends, size, and overview in key regions including North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East, and Africa, as well as the rest of the world.
  • To stay on top of the competitive environment, including new product launches, mergers and acquisitions, and technological developments, and to assess them.