Dental Imaging Technology Market - Insights and Forecast till 2025

Emphasis on Imaging Method (Intraoral Imaging, Extraoral Imaging); Technology (X-Rays, Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT), Dental Optical Coherence Tomography, Intraoral Sensors and Scanners, Intraoral Cameras)
By: UnivDatos Market Insights (UMI)
FRANKFURT, Germany - March 3, 2020 - PRLog -- The Dental Imaging Technology Market is anticipated to reach a market valuation of US$ 6,081.8 Million by 2025, expanding at a reasonable CAGR of 8.5% in the course of the forecast period (2018-2025), as per the report published by UMI. The growth in the sector is attributed to the rise in the patient pool paired with growing older population, growing medical tourism and a surge in the number of dental laboratories in developing countries. Moreover, the rising prevalence of orthodontic and periodontal diseases also acts as one of the major driving factors for the growth of dental imaging technology market. Increasing awareness within the population is also acting as a growth impetus towards dental surgeries. Disposable incomes in developing countries such as India is rising at a high rate. India's GDP is anticipated to rise from US$ 2.039 trillion in 2014 to US$ 5 trillion in 2025. This would additionally propel the market due to the availability of more funds paired with the government measures for creating awareness through organised seminars and conferences for the promotion of the new technology.

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Dental imaging technology is the deployment of X-rays for the visualization of components present in the oral cavity such as tissues, gums, teeth, and bones. This technology is used as a tool for the diagnosis of bone deformities, dental diseases, and other craniofacial structures. Intraoral and extraoral imaging are the two type of imaging methods. They are differentiated based on the positioning of photographic film. Intraoral imaging techniques are vastly used by a general practitioner for the assessment of pulp, gums, roots canal morphology, and other tissues. On the other hand, extraoral imaging provides an idea about the broader regions such as skull and jaw. 3D radiography is replacing 2D radiography for better understanding of the oral components and morphology.  It provides a voluminous detail about the oral cavity and leads to better surgical planning and patient education about the severity of the condition. Intraoral cameras are widely used by the practitioners for capturing the dental images and visualization of cavities.

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