Global Gingival Retraction Cords Market - 2021-2028
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 180 Pages
|全球牙齦退縮市場：2021-2028 Global Gingival Retraction Cords Market - 2021-2028|
|出版日期: 2021年08月20日||內容資訊: 英文 180 Pages||
Gingival Retraction Cords Market Overview
The gingival retraction cords market size was valued at US$ YY billion in 2020 and is estimated to reach US$ YY billion by 2028, growing at a CAGR of YY % during the forecast period (2021-2028).
The gingival retraction cord is used primarily to create an accurate impression of the teeth by pushing the gum tissue away from the prepared margins of the tooth. The gum may get in the way of an impression of a tooth, which is why gums are typically pushed out of the way.
Gingival Retraction Cords Market Dynamics
The increasing prevalence of oral health and new technologies are estimated to drive the gingival retraction cords market.
The increasing prevalence of oral health is estimated to drive the gingival retraction cords market
Oral diseases pose a major health burden for many countries and affect people throughout their lifetime, causing pain, discomfort, disfigurement and even death. These diseases share common risk factors with other major non-communicable diseases. It is estimated that oral diseases affect nearly 3.5 billion people.
Oral health and dental is an essential part of overall well-being and health. Poor oral hygiene leads to gum disease and dental cavities linked to heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. Maintaining healthy teeth and gums is a lifelong commitment gingival retraction technique for exposing crown margins during fixed prosthodontic impressions. Gingivitis is a common and mild form of gum disease (periodontal disease) that causes irritation, redness and swelling (inflammation) of the gingiva, the part of the gum around the base of teeth.
During procedures of impression, to capture accurate preparation margins and the tooth structure apical to them effective gingival retraction is required. On the accuracy of this impression the fit of the planned restoration hinges, from which fixed prosthodontic restorations can be fabricated that exhibit marginal accuracy and an appropriate emergence profile. While many factors contribute to inaccurate impressions, a common problem is how well the clinician captured the prepared margin finish line, especially with subgingival or equigingival margins. In cases involving deeper preparation margins, the impression material must resist displacement from the gingival tissue, sulcular fluid and/or blood.
The introduction of new technologies is estimated to drive the gingival retraction cords market in the forecast period
Traditionally, procedures for isolation and soft-tissue management are classified into three main approaches mechanical, chemical or surgical. Mechanical methods comprise gingival retraction cords. Gingival retraction techniques using cords are frequently strenuous, agonizing in the absence of anesthesia, and characterize a menace of injury to the epithelial attachment. Additional risks might contain irreversible gingival retraction, risk detachment of the epithelial membrane and unduehemorrhage or seeping. A more recent and widely employed approach is chemomechanical methods which combine the effectiveness of chemical and mechanical methods and deliver non-invasive tissue management. The conservative retraction cords application as a chemo-mechanical system or mechanical is well recognized in practice because of its relative predictability, efficacy, and security associated with rotary gingival curettage and electrosurgery.
But it has definite restrictions, including higher working time, pain, prerequisite of local anesthesia, gingival recession and damage to the epithelium. To overcome these limitations, various newer retraction systems have been introduced. With added hemostasis there have been improvements in mechanical retraction with the introduction of cordless retraction techniques. Retraction Cords- This has proved to be the most popular method of gingival retraction to date. These are supplied as twisted, braided or knitted cords. Desirable features are dark in colour to maximize tissue contrast, absorbent, availability in various diameters to have easy access in all types of gingival biotypesand sulcus configuration and effects on the gingiva should be spontaneously reversible.
Lack of expertise in the field is assumed to hamper the market
Cord packing has been reported to injure the supporting tissues and impinge into the biological width. Impregnation with adrenaline and other such chemicals has been known to bring about various harmful systemic effects. However, the effect that impregnated gingival retraction cords have on gingival health is an area that still needs to be explored. The use of the gingival retraction cord is technique-sensitive and requires expertise. Difficulty in placing the retraction cord has been reported, in addition to gingival bleeding, patient discomfort and root sensitivity. And when inappropriately manipulated, varying degrees of tissue trauma may result, leading to epithelial attachment damage and exacerbating gingival recession, bleeding and bone resorption.
Retraction cords can be used with hemostatic agents or without. Various degrees of safety and effectiveness are available for hemostatic agents, such as aluminium potassium sulphate (Alum), aluminium chloride, epinephrine, zinc chloride, ferric sulphate, and sympathomimetic amines. A number of gingival retraction techniques are available, broadly classified as surgical and non surgical methods. Every practicing dentist needs to employ gingival retraction methods during routine dental procedures, especially when providing crowns with subgingival margins or restoring a tooth's cervical lesions. About 74% of the dentists preferred retraction cords to achieve gingival retraction; however, a majority (40%) of the dentists used them only " sometimes " while 31% used them " hardly ever " was found according to a survey conducted.
COVID-19 Impact Analysis
Healthcare industry has been affected by COVID-19 . To curb its growth, government-imposed lockdown. People are fearful they will experience occupational effects and negative health from the COVID-19 pandemic. This has seen to affect the gingival retraction cords market as many have stopped manufacturing units.
Gingival Retraction Cords Market Segment Analysis
The knitted gingival retraction cords segment is expected to dominate the gingival retraction cords market
A gingival retraction cord having improved characteristics is constructed advantageously by a knitting process. Due to the presence of numerous interlocking loops, the knitted retraction cord is longitudinally elastic, thereby avoiding the tendency to become dislodged once packed as additional portions of the cord are packed around the margin of a tooth. The knitted retraction cord is also transversely resilient, thereby tending to better conform to the gingival sulcus. A gingival retraction cord comprising at least one strand formed into a plurality of interlocking loops to form a knitted retraction cord for use in retracting gingival tissue preparatory to making an impression of a tooth that has been prepared for the fitting of an artificial crown, said cord being knitted sufficiently loosely such that it is elastic in its longitudinal dimension to be able to be stretched, and resilient in its transverse dimension to be able to be compressed and conformed to the contour and shape of a gingival sulcus when being packed therein.
Knitted cords have increased in popularity. When placed in the gingival sulcus and when saturated with astringents, knitted cords expand, creating a physical effect of enlarging the sulcus for access for impressions or displacing the gingival tissues when placing direct restorative materials. Also, the unique knitted weave (UltraPak, Ultradent). Minimizes unraveling and fraying after cutting and during cord placement. Knitted cords offer ease in their placement, and they expand when wet, opening up the sulcus greater than the original diameter of the cord. The knitting and yarn selection allows for a greater range of knitted cotton cord diameters/sizes. A smooth, non-serrated placement instrument allows precise placement without pulling the cord out of a gingival sulcus when using a knitted cord. Also, the range of sizes/diameters allows for placement in both the easy to access gingival sulcus and the tighter, healthier gingival sulcus.
The hospital segment is expected to dominate the gingival retraction cords market
Gingival displacement has become one of the most popular procedures, and the gingival retraction cord is considered to be the mostly preferred technique. It requires proper expertise. The correct management of the sterilization and pre-sterilization phases in a small and medium-sized dental facility plays a fundamental role in the good management of instruments and personnel to ensure more efficient conditions with less downtime. Dental clinics provide treatment for the same procedures offered in general and (some) specialty practices options and educate about dental health. A hospital 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 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.
Gingival Retraction Cords Market Geographical Analysis
North America region is expected to dominate the gingival retraction cords 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. Mostly of which the cases is gingivial retraction cords are anticipated to be on the higer note, by 35-40% among all the dental cases.
Gingival Retraction Cords Market Competitive Landscape
Major key players in the gingival retraction cords market are Patterson Companies, Inc., Ultradent Products, Inc., Pascal International, Inc., Sultan Healthcare, Premier Dental Products Company, Woodpecker Medical Instrument Co., Ltd., Zhengzhou Smile Dental Equipment Co., Ltd, Guangzhou Medunion Technologies Co.ltd and Guangzhou Maya Medical Equipment.Co.ltd
Gingival Retraction Cords Market Key Companies to Watch
Ultradent Products, Inc.
Overview: Worldwide, a leading developer of high-tech dental materials, devices, and instruments Ultradent Products, Inc. mission is to improve dental health care and make dental procedures more predictable and efficient. Consistent with its mission, Ultradent works to improve the quality of life and the health of individuals through financial and charitable programs. There products are used worldwide by dentists, group practices, dental and veterinary labs, government agencies, and universities. Ultradent has continued its development efforts, holding dozens of patents and trademarks on unique products, materials, devices, and application techniques.
Product Portfolio: The company comprises Dental Consumables, Endodontic, Tooth Whitening, Restorative, Orthodontics, Tissue Management, Hygiene, Dental Sealant, Xylitol, Toothpaste, Fluoride, Caries Indicator, Hemostatic Agent, Tips, Bonding Agent, Etchant, Composites, Curing Lights, Impression Material, and Syringes.
Key Development: Ultradent Products, Inc., a leading developer and manufacturer of high-tech dental materials, has unveiled the latest innovation for clinicians, the Umbrella™ soft tissue retractor.
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