Increase in Number of Dental Clinic and Advancement in Technologies and Reimbursement for Medicine are is Expected to Drive the Global Dental Infection Control Market in the forecast period of 2019 to 2026

Drivers: Global Dental Infection Control Market

ADVANCEMENT IN TECHNOLOGIES AND REIMBURSEMENT FOR MEDICINE

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The World Health Organization recognizes that oral health is integral to overall health and essential for well-being because it enables an individual to eat, speak and socialise without active disease or discomfort. Dental problems commonly lead to pain and infection. Yet oral diseases can be almost entirely prevented by keeping teeth and gums healthy through moderate consumption of sugar, adequate exposure to fluoride, regular brushing, and routine visits to the dentist. The Faculty of Dental Surgery’s ultimate aim is a society free of dental disease.

  • On September 2015, FDI hosted a two day expert meeting on the theme of caries prevention, as part of its Annual World Dental Congress which took place in Bangkok, Thailand. The meeting was supported by the FDI-Colgate Caries Prevention Partnership. The meeting participants included FDI council members and experts from academic institutions.

INCREASE IN NUMBER OF DENTAL CLINIC

The mean age of the study population was 36 years to 94 years. Out of the 183 study subjects, 136 were males and 47 females. Of the total practitioners, 45% usually treated ≥10 patients per day, and 52% had the habit of taking medical history for all patients. Statistically significant difference had been found between the practitioners with Bachelor of Dental Surgery and Master of Dental Surgery as their highest qualification, regarding the method of sterilization of handpiece . This study result suggests that there was a scope for improvement in the practice of infection control procedures among dental care professionals.

Restraint:

REGULATORY GUIDELINES FOR DENTAL INFECTION CONTROL PREVENTION

It is the responsibility of dentists and all professional working in the dental team to be aware of a number of core principles. Everyone has a responsibility to protect their health as well as health of patients from the risk of infectious diseases. Leaders of dental teams also have a responsibility to those working under their direction. While responsibility for continuous education and training lies with each individual, each team leader and employer has an overall responsibility for his/her staff.

Opportunity:

HIGH RISK FOR POTENTIAL BLOOD BORNE PATHOGEN EXPOSURE

Standard precautions are designed to protect dental health care personnel and to prevent personnel from infecting patients with organisms that can be spread by blood or other body fluids. Standard precautions include hand hygiene, use of protective equipment (gloves, gowns, masks), cough etiquette, sharps safety, safe injection practices, sterile instruments and disinfected environmental surfaces.

Contaminated equipment used in infection control that has become potentially contaminated with blood shall be decontaminated. To minimize the risk of blood-borne pathogen transmission to patients, including the appropriate use of hand washing, protective barriers, and care in the use and disposal of needles and other sharp instruments.

Challenge:

LACK OF AWARENESS IN THE CERTAIN POPULATION OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Dental restoration can be defined as a time process of restoring originally malfunctioning or loss tooth due to decay by prescribed medication or replacement of damage tooth by surgical operation in fixing new ones by a professional dentist. Many less developed countries.

Lack of Qualified Dentist and Dental facilities are essential for effective and efficient performance of dentistry. In the less developed countries dental facilities are often lacking, this makes dental patients to seek foreign dental attention for their critical dental condition at the expense of their home countries dental treatment.

Market Trends

On the basis of product, the global dental infection control market is segmented into products and end user. In 2019 consumable segment is growing at the highest CAGR of 5.4% in the forecast period of 2019 to 2026.

On the basis of end users, the market is segmented into dental hospitals, dental clinics, dental research institutes and academics, dental laboratories. In 2019, dental clinics segment is growing at the highest CAGR of 6.1% in the forecast period of 2019 to 2026.

Major Players: Global Dental Infection Control Market

Some of the major players operating in this market 3M, Young Innovations, Inc., Kerr Corporation, Henry Schein, Inc., GC America Inc., A-dec Inc., Dentsply Sirona, COLTENE Group, Kol Al-Hamaya Factory, Medicom, Schulke & Mayr UK Ltd, Hu-Friedy Mfg. Co., LLC, Bio Hygiene International Pty. Ltd, Ventyv, Whiteley Corporation, Cantel Medical, Dispodent, Septodont Holding, VOCO GmbH.