The global dental lasers market size is expected to reach USD 345.1 million by 2028 at a CAGR of 5.5%, according to a new report by Reports and Data. The major market revenue growth driving factors are growing cases of dental disorders, rising geriatric population, surging awareness about oral hygiene, and growing preferences for minimally invasive dental surgeries. Rising adoption of laser dentistry, increasing applications of dental lasers in cosmetic dentistry, emergence of technologically advanced dental diagnostics, and increasing healthcare spending are other key factors accountable for the growth of the global dental lasers market in the near future.
Dental lasers are specific devices used in oral surgeries. These devices are highly suited for dental procedures and are increasingly replacing conventional dental surgical instruments like dental drills, dental anesthetics, and hand pieces. Dental lasers are comparatively safer and more efficient and are widely used in dental procedures such as hard tissue and soft tissue procedures. These devices find extensive application in various hard tissue procedures including cavity detection, tooth preparations and dental fillings, and treatment for tooth sensitivity, as well as soft tissue procedures such as crown lengthening, removal of soft tissue folds, teeth whitening, and treatment of gummy smiles and tongue frenulum attachment. Most dental lasers in commercial use are FDA-approved and are said to be more comfortable and cost-effective as compared to other non-laser tools. Moreover, these devices offer other significant advantages such as lower light exposure, reduced contamination, lesser bleeding, quicker healing time, and higher portability.
Top Companies Profiled in the Report Include:
Biolase Inc., AMD LASERS, FOTONA D.D., Convergent Dental, Ivoclar Vivadent AG, Danaher, Sirona, Syneron Dental, ZOLAR Technology & Mfg. Co. Inc., THE YOSHIDA DENTAL MFG. CO. LTD., and CAO Group Inc..
The pharma and healthcare industry has undergone a revolutionary change owing to the COVID-19 pandemic with individuals increasing their focus on health and wellness. Companies operating in the industry have invested heavily in clinical trials and research studies to develop medications to cater to the growing unmet clinical demand on a global level. Implementation of cutting-edge technology in healthcare sector and increasing investment in research and development have contributed significantly to revenue growth of the market in the recent past. In addition, availability of favorable health insurance and reimbursement policies have also positively impacted the healthcare sector with more and more individuals opting to get treatment at hospital and clinical facilities. Rapid development of novel drugs and pharmaceuticals, increasing incidence of lifestyle and chronic diseases, establishment of state-of-the-art healthcare facilities, and rising availability of over-the-counter medications have significantly contributed to the revenue growth of the market.
The report has gather vital information about recent mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, collaborations, partnerships, brand promotions, R&D activities, and government and corporate deals, among others through extensive primary and secondary research. The report also offers detailed analysis of each competitor along with their financial standing, global market position, product portfolio, manufacturing and production capacity, and business expansion plans.
The report offers a comprehensive overview of the regional bifurcation of the market with respect to market share, market size, revenue growth, import/export, production and consumption patterns, macro and micro economic growth factors, regulatory framework, investment and funding opportunities, and presence of key players in each region including North America, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Europe, and Middle East & Africa. The report offers a country-wise analysis to further discuss the revenue growth and lucrative growth opportunities for the Dental Lasers market in these key regions.