- June 2020 |
- Medical Devices / Medical Device
Dental CAD/CAM Milling Machine Market by Type (Dental Clinic and Dental lab), By Application (4 Axis and 5 Axis), By Region (United States, Europe, China, Japan, India, Southeast Asia, Central and South America and Middle East and Africa); Trend Analysis, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2014-26
Global Dental CAD/CAM Milling Machine Market Size- Industry Trends & Forecast Report 2026
The global market of Dental CAD/CAM Milling Machine witness market size of USD 1,683.46 Million in 2019 and is projected to reach the market size of USD 3,012.96 Million at a CAGR of 9.24% during the forecast period of 2020-2026. The high adoption of CAD/CAM systems in the dentistry has resulted in the increased usage of CAM milling machines in the dental restoration processes. In addition, market is fueled by the growing focus on esthetics, preventive dental care, and technological advancements, the dental CAD/CAM systems and consumables industry has experienced significant growth in the past decade. The pivotal factors in the growth of this market are the growing edentulous population, rising incidences of teeth loss due to oral diseases, increase in disposable incomes, growing desire for better aesthetics, and rising demand for advanced dental solutions.
Global Dental CAD/CAM Milling Machine Market: Overview
Dental CAD/CAM milling machines used to manufacture ceramic dental restorations based on computer-assisted design and produce a restoration on a single dental appointment. The technology (CAD/CAM) is used in both the dental laboratory and the dental office. It can be used in the design and construction of veneers, implant abutments, crowns, inlays, outlays, fixed partial dentures and full-mouth reconstruction. These restorations, commonly made with ceramic material, are becoming increasingly popular worldwide. As CAD/CAM technology is costly, some clinicians are still using previous generations of CAD/ CAM equipment to fabricate and delivery intraoral restorations.
Increase in the incidence of dental disorders
The prevalence of dental chronic conditions is on the rise predominantly due to the different risk factors including diabetes, poor oral hygiene, stress, tobacco consumption, and alcohol use. Such increasing incidences of dental conditions has stimulated the development of the global dental industry. Dental caries is a major oral health problem in most industrialized...