Greater Demand for Dental Implants in the U.S. Leads to Increase in Cone Beam Computed Tomography Scanner Marketby iData Research September 19, 2016
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As the rate of edentulism or toothlessness increases with the aging population in the United States, more patients are choosing to receive dental implants to replace missing teeth. As dental implants become more popular, a greater number of specialists and general practitioners (GPs) will use Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) scanners to take images of a patient’s jaw in order to evaluate the placement of dental implants.
The Danaher Group led the U.S. CBCT market in 2015. The majority of revenue earned in this market segment is the result of CBCT scanner sales under the Gendex and Imaging Sciences International (ISI) brands. However, due to the ongoing shift towards combo systems with smaller FOVs, Danaher’s share in the market will continue to be challenged by the increasing number of competitors who offer these types of systems.
Sirona is the second leading competitor in the U.S. CBCT scanner market in 2015. The company offered a large FOV scanner, GALILEOS®, and a small FOV scanner, ORTHOPHOS® XG 3D. Through its entire suite of product offerings, Sirona provides dental practices with an integrated implantology solution. The integrated implantology solution can provide practitioners with greater precision during the entire implant treatment phase, from treatment planning to implant placement. As a result, the GALILEOS® is particularly appealing to implantologists and GPs who perform implant surgery.
Planmeca held the third leading position in the CBCT scanner market in 2015. The Finnish company distributes its products in the U.S. through its subsidiary, Planmeca U.S.A. In the realm of 3D imaging, Planmeca offers a variety of systems in its Planmeca ProMax® 3D product line, ranging from small to large FOV units. Additional companies in the cone beam computed tomography scanner market include Carestream Dental, VATECH, PreXion and J. Morita among others.
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