US Market for Ultrasonic Scalers - 2016
|出版商||iData Research Inc.||商品編碼||347834|
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 51 Pages
|美國的超音波洗牙機市場 US Market for Ultrasonic Scalers - 2016|
|出版日期: 2015年12月01日||內容資訊: 英文 51 Pages||
本報告提供美國的牙科用超音波洗牙機 (牙菌斑消除器) 的市場相關分析、市場整體結構、各產品市場詳細結構、市場整體及各產品市場趨勢預測、主要的推動及阻礙市場要素、市場競爭情形等相關調查。
Scaling is a conventional non-surgical procedure that removes and eliminates plaque and calculus. This is important since plaque and calculus incubate bacteria that release toxins, which cause inflammation to the gum and surrounding bone. The process of scaling also reduces the chances of infection of the periodontium resulting in less swelling and bleeding.
Ultrasonic scalers were first introduced in 1955 for cleaning calculus off teeth. Their usage has steadily increased over the last three decades, becoming widely used for removing plaque and calculus. Ultrasonic scalers work by way of vibrational energy, as the scaler tip oscillates at high frequency to help to break apart the tough mineralized calculus. The tip also sprays a jet of water that aids in flushing away debris and helps in keeping the tooth cool. Although there is debate about ultrasonic scalers being an acceptable alternative to hand cleaning instruments, the common practice is for hygienists to use the ultrasonic first, followed by a more detailed cleaning with hand instruments.
Over the forecast period, growth in the market for ultrasonic scalers will be strong. A growing emphasis on preventative care and the expansion in the number of dental hygienists is a strong factor driving growth in this area. The adoption of ultrasonic scaling by hygienists is an important advancement in preventative care and this trend is expected to continue. Technological advancements such as piezoelectric technology and fiber-optic illumination have also had a positive impact on replacement sales in this segment, further driving market value.
Continued growth in the popularity of ultrasonic scaling among dental hygienists will have an ongoing positive impact on growth in this segment.