KEY FINDINGS The global dental imaging market is projected to rise with a CAGR of 8.38% over the forecast period of 2017-2025. The revenue generated by the market is predicted to reach $4526 million by the end of this period. The market is chiefly being propelled by the growing demand for oral care and cosmetic surgery. The various technological advancements such as the emerging 3D imaging technology are significantly contributing to the market opulence.
MARKET INSIGHTS The global dental imaging market is classified on the basis of its methods, product types, end-users, and applications. The imaging methods include intraoral imaging (bitewing, periapical, occlusal), extraoral imaging and other methods. The product type segment of the market includes general x-ray imaging systems like digital and analog x-ray imaging systems, intraoral cameras, CBCT X-ray imaging systems and standalone intraoral scanners and sensors. The end-users for this market include hospitals, dental clinics, and laboratories, dental research institutes, etc. while the market finds its application in cosmetics, diagnostics, and forensic applications.
REGIONAL INSIGHTS The global dental imaging market covers the regions of Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America and the rest of the world. The Asia-Pacific market is expected to grow rapidly over the forecast period owing to its increasing population base and various government initiatives that cover several orthodontic procedures. The North American market is forecasted to account for the biggest market share by the end of 2025 with countries like Canada and US being its major contributors. The increasing number of maxillofacial surgeries and other dental surgical procedures are propelling this market ahead.
COMPETITIVE INSIGHTS Some of the well-known players in this market are 3Shape, 3M Company, Acteon, Biolase Inc, Apteryx, Planmeca Oy, Carestream Health Inc, Dentsply International Inc, Danaher Corporation, Evolve Technologies and Services, Led Dental, Ewoosoft, Midmark Corporation, and Qioptiq (acquired by Excelitas Technologies Corp)