Belgium and Netherlands dental implants market is projected to register a healthy CAGR of 6.5% in the forecast period of 2019 to 2026. The new market report contains data for historic years 2017, the base year of calculation is 2018 and the forecast period is 2019 to 2026.
INCREASING PREVALENCE OF DENTAL DISEASES AND DISORDERS
The prevalence rate of dental diseases is increasing day by day as more number of people are diagnosed with dental problems and high cases of oral and dental issues are found in developed countries like Belgium & Netherlands. With a 64.0% increase in disability-adjusted life year (DALY) due to oral conditions across the world, the number of people with oral conditions has increased from 2.5 billion in 1990 to 3.5 billion in 2015. By pioneering efforts and potentially different approaches the oral health goal of reducing the oral diseases can be achieved by 2020.
According to the data availed by WHO, around 3.58 billion people are affected by oral diseases that is almost half of the total global population. Severe periodontal diseases are the 11th most prevalent disease which may result in tooth loss. In European countries including Netherlands and Belgium, 5–20% of middle-aged (35–44 years) adults and up to 40% of older people (65–74 years) are suffering from periodontal (gum) diseases. Around 30% of geriatric patients of age 65–74 years have no natural teeth that reduce their function and quality of life in Europe. The prevalence rate oral diseases have increased in 15 years. This significant rate of increment of dental diseases and disorders will drive the growth of the market.
INCREASE DEMAND FOR COSMETIC DENTISTRY
Cosmetic dentistry focuses on improvement of dental aesthetics in color, position, shape, size and alignment. The Dentistry needs to be combined for achieving excellent esthetics, oral- and maxillofacial surgery, dental prosthetics, restorative dentistry, periodontology, orthodontics and dental technology.
INCREASING NUMBER OF GERIATIRIC POPULATION
Aging is a natural process; Geriatric age should be regarded as a normal, inevitable biological phenomenon. As the result, the advances made in medicine and public health. Elders above 65years have health problems as a result of aging process, which calls for special consideration. The dental implants market is majorly driven by a rising geriatric population, incidences of dental diseases, increasing demand for cosmetic dentistry, and increasing application of CAD/CAM technologies.
ADVANCED PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
Advancement in dental implant have grown over the years, the goal of technology as it applies to an existing surgical procedure is to make that procedure more predictable and more efficient and effective.
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SIGNIFICANT COSTS OF DENTAL IMPLANTS:
The total cost of dental implants includes: doctor cost, dental implant cost, abutment cost, and lab fees- which makes it out of pocket expense. The range of dental implants includes:
INCREASING NUMBER OF DENTAL CLINICS AND PRACTITIONERS PROVIDING LARGE-LEVEL DENTAL CARE SERVICES:
In the Netherlands, dental care is provided by qualified dentists, who are government-registered. The quality of dental healthcare and services that are provided as compared to other countries is excellent. In the Netherlands dental hygiene education started in 1968. From last 45 years, the dental hygiene profession has completely changed. The number of dental health care professionals is increasing day by day. According to the International Federation of Dental Hygienists (IDFH) data, in 2013, there were 8800 dentists, 3000 dental hygienists and 300 dental students are there witch are continuously working towards making dental health of the country better.
INCREASING INVESTMENTS IN CAD/CAM TECHNOLOGIES:
For betterment of treatment outcomes in implant dentistry, advanced imaging and CAD/CAM technologies have gained widespread interest. These advanced technologies have significant applications in implantology. Computer-aided design (CAD) involves creating computer models of dental implants and accessories by following geometrical parameters.
STRATEGIC INITIATIVES OF THE MARKET PLAYERS:
The key players in the Belgium and Netherlands dental implants market are Danaher (U.S.), Dentsply Sirona (U.S.) and Institut Straumann AG. The strategic initiatives taken by the key players include product launch, collaborations, mergers and acquisitions etc.
PATIENT MIGRATION TO OTHER COUNTRIES:
In Belgium the cost of dental treatment is higher than neighbouring countries. As compared to other west European countries, Romania provides oral health care services in affordable prices. Adults and geriatric patients of Belgium prefer Romania as a dental travel destination for aesthetic and prosthetic purposes.
The Belgium and Netherlands dental implants market is segmented into four notable segments which are product type, material, design and end-user.
Some of the major players operating in this market are Danaher, Dentsply Sirona Inc., Henry Schein, Inc., Zimmer Biomet, Bicon, LLC, Adin Dental Implant Systems Ltd., Sigdent Dental Implants, Institut Straumann AG, Sweden & Martina S.p.A., BEGO GmbH & Co. KG, Neobiotech, Neoss Limited and Proscan.