US Market for Dental Cabinetry - 2016
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For the purposes of this report, the dental cabinetry market comprises four designs: 12 o'clock, side, center island and stericenter. The most common style of cabinetry is the 12 o'clock cabinet, which is a small unit positioned behind a dentist when treating patients. This cabinet provides storage for small equipment and supplies and can have delivery units attached to it. Side cabinets are installed in closed operatory rooms and can provide storage and a sink for infection control. Center island cabinets are installed in open space operatory rooms and essentially are dividing walls between operatories. They provide storage and a sink for both sides of the operatory space and typically come with intraoral X-ray units installed for use by both operatories. Depending on the construction layout of a dental practice, a typical operating room can accommodate an average of one to three cabinets - 12 o'clock, side or center island cabinet.
Dental cabinetry is a type of traditional equipment that is expected to have positive but slow growth over the forecast period. Growth in this segment is expected to be driven more by prices than by unit sales because of shifting preferences toward higher-end cabinetry. This trend will result in a moderate CAGR of approximately 7% over the forecast period. A shift towards the higher end of the market is being driven by value-conscious patients who are increasingly more enticed to seek ‘premium' quality dental care and by image-conscious dentists anxious to compete for a larger share of the market for discerning patients, especially as the average size of dental practices increases.