Global Dental Turbine Market - 2021-2028
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 180 Pages
|全球牙科用渦輪機市場:2021∼2028年 Global Dental Turbine Market - 2021-2028|
|出版日期: 2021年08月12日||內容資訊: 英文 180 Pages||
Dental Turbine Market Overview
The dental turbine market size was valued at US$ XX billion in 2020 and is estimated to reach US$ XX billion by 2028, growing at a CAGR of XX % during the forecast period (2021-2028).
An air turbine handpiece is a dental abrasive device that rotates at high speed and uses compressed air as the driving force. Its small size, lightweight, and painless abrading due to its high-speed rotation, its torque is small, and its noise level is high.
Dental Turbine Market Dynamics
The growing demand for dental procedures and technological advancements in the dental turbine will drive the dental turbine market.
The growing demand for dental procedures will drive the dental turbine market in the forecast period
Approximately 2.4 billion or 36% of the world population have dental caries in their permanent teeth. More than 530 million children lose their primary teeth due to dental caries. The risk of gum disease, tooth decay and tooth loss can be reduced with good oral hygiene and regular visits to the dentist. It is recommended for everyone to visit the dentist twice every year, including young children. Modern techniques mean that oral health and dental treatment is almost painless.
With the fundamental change in the retention of teeth, the patterns of dental and oral diseases are also changing. When this was first realized in the early 1980s, many observers thought that the decline in childhood dental caries would result in less need for dental treatment. However, the fact is that tooth retention in middle-aged and older adults has created a new need and demand for dental care in those cohorts. These coincident but counter-vening trends have resulted in a decline in the severity of dental caries in most children while the need for dental care in middle-aged and older adults has increased.
The technological advancements in the dental turbine will drive the dental turbine market
In dentistry, one of the most fundamental devices used the handpiece can enhance the efficiency of everyday dental tasks. Over the years, handpieces have gradually been redesigned and upgraded to become highly accurate and sophisticated tools. Advancement in technology continues to improve these indispensable instruments. In any dentist's armamentarium, the handpiece is an essential element. It is a virtual device that can enhance or hinder, depending on its efficiency and maintenance the daily routine. To help ensure the smooth operation of everyday activities selecting the right handpiece is critical. The two primary types of handpieces air-driven and electric have unique characteristics with specific benefits and drawbacks. Both can achieve excellent results.
The use of air-driven "high-speed" handpieces helped clinicians to work more expeditiously with reduced trauma to the patient and the tooth. In the era of modern dentistry this presented a major improvement from the "belt-driven" handpieces that preceded them and represented one of the most significant leaps forward. Compared to their traditional air-driven counterparts electric handpieces (with variable [RPM]) are also available, giving dentists added benefits. One major difference is having a specific RPM, with constant torque and less "bur chatter" so that when cutting or polishing through various types of tooth structure or restorative materials, the bur does not slow down when performing the clinical task.
High-cost and heavy materials will hamper the dental turbine market
The most important component of dental handpieces is considered to be the turbine. It does all of the work within the dental instrument. Approximately on average, the turbine includes ten different components. These include the spindle, chuck, impeller, front bearing, back bearing, O-rings, washers, and slinger. If the dental handpiece does not function appropriately then it is usually an issue with the components that make up the dental turbine. In most cases, problems with the bearings cause dental turbine failure. There are several reasons why bearing problems are the most common cause of the turbine to fail within dental handpieces.
Friction grip rotary instruments are burs the part that drills into the teeth, they are secured to the head of the handpiece using a push-button chuck, conventional chuck or lever chuck. The push-button systems is current standard that don't require a tool for changing the bur. There is a range of different burs of different shapes, sizes, and materials used for different purposes. They are typically constructed from diamond, steel or carbide. Diamond burs tend to be used with high-speed handpieces to grind away harder surfaces such as enamel. They have a relatively short lifespan. Handpiece repairs can be one of the highest day-to-day costs of running a surgery.
COVID-19 Impact Analysis
COVID-19 has impacted the healthcare systems globally, and it has significantly affected dental practice in multiple ways. Several organizations have released recommendations and guidelines for addressing the COVID-19 pandemic. All the dental procedures and manufacturing of medical devices for these dental procedures were put on hold during COVID-19. All the dental procedures and manufacturing of medical devices were put on hold during COVID-19.
Dental Turbine Market Segment Analysis
The electric turbines segment will dominate the dental turbine market
To create cutting motion and the rotation of the burs electric motors are utilized by electrical handpieces. This tends to make the instrument a little heavier and increase its user fatigue, especially when used for long periods. Because during cutting there is no "sound-feedback" like at an air-driven instrument an inexperienced practitioner may have a slightly higher risk for placing increased pressure on the tooth. Electric high-speed handpieces run at maximum 200.000 rpm and are a bit slower than their air-driven high-speed counterparts. They provide a consistent torque that does not decrease with higher load and resistance. They produce a smoother and more precise cutting edge due to the stable speed.
The big advantage of motor-driven electrical handpieces is the possibility of defining a fixed and constant speed, which allows high flexibility in preparations. The electric motors constant speed can be set between 100 rpm and 40.000 rpm. The speed of an air motor is limited mainly to 5.000 - 20.000 rpm. Some electric systems allow to control the torque at low speed and do additional ENDO preparations. Patients also prefer electric handpieces because they are quieter and don't produce the same vibratory sensation. It is a big deal for patients with dental anxiety and can help patients stay compliant with their treatment. In addition, patient satisfaction translates to positive reviews online and increased patient retention.
High-speed turbines dominated the dental turbine market
In conjunction with friction grip carbide burs, high-speed dental handpieces for cavity excavation, margin creation and more utilize high RPMs. They have a small head size that ensures greater visibility and access of the oral cavity. High-speed air-powered handpieces provide steady and consistent drilling while minimizing noise similar to that of an electric handpiece. It is a precision device for the removal of tooth tissue efficiently and rapidly with no pressure, vibration or heat and cut the tooth-like butter.
The FDA has approved Ningbo HPDOVE Dental Instruments Co., Ltd. Disposable high speed air turbine handpiece is intended to remove carious material, excess filling material, cavity and crown preparation, finishing tooth preparations and restorations, and root canal preparations and polishing teeth.
Hospitals and dental clinics segment will dominate the dental turbine market
The correct management of the sterilization and pre-sterilisation phases in a small and medium-sized dental facility plays a fundamental role in the good management of instruments and personnel to ensure conditions that are more efficient with less downtime. Nowadays, instrument sterilizers are increasingly efficient in achieving results, both in terms of time and size, and ensure that materials are sterile and ready to be stocked in a reasonable time. The dental handpiece is a vital part of clinical procedures in every dental operation, as the scope of procedures increases and the need and demand for more precision. Dental clinics provide treatment for the same procedures offered in general and (some) specialty practices options and educate about dental health. A clinic houses all dental equipment and tools in one place and is staffed by dentists, dental specialists, dental assistants, and dental hygienists. Low-cost or free treatment is often performed. Dental clinics and hospitals usually have general dentists and specialists available to help with most dental needs. Having all the dental needs in one location can be convenient and a time saver too. They have all the advanced technology to treat all dental-related concerns.
Dental Turbine Market Geographical Analysis
North America region will dominate the dental turbine market
Due to the high incidence of dental problems, technological advancements and major key players in this region will dominate the market in the forecast period.
According to American Dental Association, in the week of September 21, 2021, more than 99% of dental offices in the U.S. were open, and patient volume was leveling off at just over 80% of pre-COVID-19 levels. Staffing was at 95% of pre-COVID-19 levels. These values have been roughly unchanged over the past two months and suggest practices are reaching a "steady state" of economic activity.
More than 1 in 4 (26%) adults in the United States have untreated tooth decay. Gum disease. Nearly half (46%) of all adults aged 30 years or older show signs of gum disease, severe gum disease affects about 9% of adults.
Dental Turbine Market Competitive Landscape
Major key players in the dental turbine market are DentalEZ, A-dec, Inc., FONA Dental, NSK, W&H Group, Dentamerica, Inc., The Turbine Source (a division of sed, Inc.), Guilin Woodpecker Medical Instrument Co., Ltd., The Yoshida Dental Mfg. Co., Ltd., Cefla S.C., KaVo Dental, Dentflex, Zhengzhou Smile Dental Equipment Co., Ltd, Guangzhou Medunion Technologies Co.ltd and Guangzhou Maya Medical Equipment.Co.ltd
Dental Turbine Market Key Companies to Watch
Overview: DENTALEZ is committed to providing state-of-the-art dental practice solutions for unlimited interconnectivity, control and choice. A true dental pioneer, with over 100 years of experience the Company, stands as an indispensable industry staple. They provide real-life solutions for everyday challenges in oral healthcare through a unique union of advanced technical expertise and rich practical experience.
Product Portfolio: ENTALEZ has a proven history of providing tried-and-true dental equipments, products and manufactures a full line of technologically advanced front-to-back-office solutions from well-known brands including Star, Ramvac, Forest, NevinLabs and Columbia Dentoform.
Key Development: DentalEZ has announced its acquisition of Forest Dental, a dental operatory equipment manufacturer. In Hillsboro, Oregon, Forest Dental is renowned for its reliable technology with a streamlined, simple design.
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