The global dental matrix systems market was valued at USD 349.60 billion in 2021. It is projected to reach USD 625.10 billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 6.67% during the forecast period (2022–2030). A dental matrix system is used to seal the gingival walls and the proximal part of the prep, restore interproximal contact and the natural tooth's shape, and lessen the thickness of the matrix band. Dental matrix systems are created to create a temporary interproximal wall of a tooth surface for the restoration procedure. When repairing class II, class III, and class IV preparations, the dental matrix system acts as a "temporary wall." The matrix system uses tools and equipment to return the proximal tooth contour to its standard form and function.
A wedge to firmly align the matrix strip with the gingival margin of the preparation, rings, metal or plastic tape limiting restorative materials, a mechanical fixator to secure the baseband, and tools to restore the contour to its typical form and function are a few examples. Tooth decay in adults and children is common and affects nearly 92 percent of people between the ages of 20 and 64. The prevalence of oral and dental issues is rising, a critical factor in the market's expansion.
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Increasing Awareness about Oral Health
People are becoming more conscious of oral health issues in their daily lives. There has been a substantial increase in the prevalence of oral diseases, driving up the demand for efficient healthcare facilities. This is anticipated to increase market expansion opportunities in the coming years. The rising incidence of dental caries and tooth decay worldwide is anticipated to increase the demand for dental care.
Dental Restorative Procedures
Restorative dentistry is one of the expanding markets in the global healthcare industry. The market is driven by factors such as the increase in dental restorative procedures and cosmetic dentistry demand. Rising dental tourism and the increasing adoption of digital dentistry in emerging markets are expected to drive market growth. The national institute of dental research claims that tooth decay is the most common dental condition in children and adults. Between the ages of twenty and sixty-four, dental caries affects nearly 92% of the population. The population's willingness to pay for pricey dental procedures has increased, particularly among the elderly, as disposable incomes in developing economies have increased.
Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic severely impacted the global dental matrix market. The COVID-19 pandemic has severely disrupted the supply chain of the entire medical industry. The outbreak caused a drop in the annual volume of dental procedures, leading to a general market decline.
The global dental matrix systems market is segmented by type and end-user.
Based on type, the market is bifurcated into circumferential matrix systems and sectional matrix systems.
The sectional dental matrix systems segment has the highest market revenue share. This results from the fact that sectional matrix techniques offer more reliable approaches to achieving contact areas. The sectional matrix is the most frequently used technique for achieving a solid contact point in composite resin restorations of Class II in the posterior region. In the sectional matrix system, each tooth is divided into multiple segments by a detached matrix band, which is analogous to removing rubber bands. This sectional matrix system decreases soft tissue swelling and increases implant exposure. The majority of dentists, therefore, prefer sectional dental matrix systems. Additionally, to produce tighter anatomical contacts, sectional matrices are also dentist friendly.
Based on end-use, the market is categorized into hospitals and dental clinics, dental laboratories and dental academic and research institutes.
The segment of hospitals and dental clinics generated the most revenue and is anticipated to dominate during the forecast period. The segment is primarily driven by the increasing number of dental clinics worldwide and the widespread adoption of cosmetic dentistry by both small and large dental clinics. The growing number of clinics, particularly in developed nations, is also anticipated to contribute to the segment's growth.
The global dental matrix systems market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and LAMEA.
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North America is the most dominant global dental matrix systems market and is anticipated to grow at a substantial CAGR. This results from the increased reimbursement for dental services and the increasing prevalence of dental issues among children and adults. Due to technological advances and the growing number of service providers, Europe held the second-largest revenue share. Due to favorable government initiatives, a large population, and the availability of advanced healthcare facilities in these countries, the Asia-Pacific region is anticipated to post the highest CAGR during the forecast period. Dentists are increasingly recommending dental implants to replace missing natural teeth in populous countries like China and India, where dental and oral diseases are prevalent. In addition, China and India are the largest tobacco-producing and consuming nations with the lowest levels of smoking awareness.