The dental prosthetic market includes the crown & bridge, inlay & onlay, veneer and denture segments. The largest segment in 2015 was the crown & bridge segment, which continues to shift towards CAD/CAM production over manual production. This is a common trend across the dental prosthetic market; unit sales growth is minimal and ASPs are declining. However, the dental workflow continues to change as more labs and offices incorporate aspects of the digital dentistry market into their workflow. The digital dentistry market grew well in 2015 for each of the segments: mills, standalone scanners, chairside systems and intraoral scanners. Particularly for the intraoral scanners, growth is expected to be significant as lower costs and flexibility will encourage more practitioners to utilize these devices. Moreover, intraoral scanners will find growing usage for orthodontists where CAD models and 3D imaging are valued over slower and less reliable molds.