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Global Dental Infection Treatment Market Analysis, Size, Share, Growth Rate, Trends and Forecast 2020-2027

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Global Dental Infection Treatment Market Analysis, Size, Share, Growth Rate, Trends and Forecast 2020-2027

Dental Infection Treatment Market information: by type (periapical abscess, periodontal abscess, others) by treatment (drugs (antibiotics, pain killers, others), procedures (root canal, tooth fillings, tooth extraction, others) by end users (dentist clinics, hospitals, others) - Global Forecast till 2027

Market Scenario

The market for dental infection treatment is projected to reach USD 20.5 Bn growing at a CAGR of 8.6 % during the forecast period (2017-2023), estimates Market Research Future (MRFR). The market for dental infection treatment is on a constant rise due to poor dental hygiene, sedentary lifestyles, lack of dental health awareness, and absence of flossing. High sugar diet and junk foods cause dental infection, whereas consumption of sodas lead to rise in cavities due to the weakening of the natural physical barrier of the teeth. Moreover, advancements in technologies and reimbursement for medicines also boost the market growth and will continue to do so in the coming years. Also, consumption of some medical drugs like anti-depressants and blood pressure medicines cause dental infection, which increases the demand for dental infection treatment.

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However, ban on advertising of dental products in some regions leads to patients actively seeking other options, which can undermine the dental infection treatment market growth. On the other hand, increasing number of dentists and skilled medical professionals can positively affect the dental treatment market during the forecast period.

Various trends making its way in the market are 3D dentistry, dental implants, professional cleaning and use of stainless steel crowns (SSC) for quick healing. Extended services will also be provided by dentists with other professionals joining their team. For instance, a licensed nutritionist wanting to practice nutritional counseling after dental procedure. These trends provide opportunities within the dental infection treatment market to attract large number of patients and also lead to customer retention as well.

Market Segmentation

The dental infection treatment market is segmented by type, treatment, and end user. By type, the market is segmented into periapical abscess, periodontal abscess, and others. Conditions such as bruxism, occlusal overload, and rise in diabetes can drive the growth of periodontal abscess treatment segment.

Various forms of treatments are drugs, which are antibiotics or pain killers, and procedures such as root canal, tooth fillings, tooth extraction, and others. Root canal procedures are pain-free, efficient, cost-effective and are long lasting, these factors drive the appeal for root canal treatment among patients, in turn fuelling the growth of root canal treatment market. On the other hand, demand for tooth extraction treatments is on the rise due to the facilitation of orthodontic treatment surgery, and reduced cost compared to other treatments.

End users in the dental infection treatment market are dentistry clinics, hospitals, and others.

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