Companies Diversify Revenue Streams by Dedicating 3D Printers for COVID-19 Kit Production.
A growing amount of 3D printing machines are being utilized to create COVID-19-related supplies. Smile Direct Club, a tele dentistry business based in Nashville, is getting the recognition it deserves for using its resources to create an industrial 3D printing facility that is focused on the production of medical supplies needed to fight the outbreak caused by a coronavirus. As a result, players in the market for dental 3D printing are increasing their credibility and diversifying their income streams.
The business operations in the dental 3D printing industry have been affected by the ongoing epidemic, as patients are restricted to dentists to the point of need. Form labs, a 3D printing technology development company and manufacturer, is focusing its 3D printers on developing essential tools and kits to detect patients who may have COVID-19 infections.
Automation Technologies Help overcome Cost and Health Risks of Production Activities.
3D printing, also referred to as rapid prototyping, additive manufacturing or layered manufacturing, is expanding due to the development of automated technology like creating clear aligners. But traditional 3D printing can be expensive and can increase the possibility of skin irritation and the inhalation of powders in production. Thus, companies operating in the dental 3D printing industry must invest in R&D to automate 3D printing techniques to solve the challenges associated with traditional production.
Because most dentists do not use 3D printers in their clinics or offices, the demand to provide on-demand 3D printing is increasing. Lucario, a company that specializes in 3D printing as well as large-scale production, is taking advantage of this opportunity to offer dental products that are available on demand.
Proprietary Materials, Cloud-connected Smart Factories Storm Market
The market for dental 3D printing is predicted to grow by a substantial CAGR of about 9 per cent over the forecast time. The latest dental resins are flooding the market. The companies are developing new materials, such as modified Draft Resins, that enable users to print up 4 times more quickly than available resins.
To increase credibility, those involved in the dental 3D printing industry are stepping up efforts to obtain FDA (Food and Drug Administration) certified 3D printing services for retainers and night guards. Smart factories connected to the cloud are catching the interest of dentists, as providers assist with printing and delivering custom dental products to the dentist’s office or directly to patients.
3D Printing Enables Cost-efficient Development of Custom-made Dental Products
3D printing is reshaping dentistry. It’s evident because of the advancements that range through dentures all the way and even Invisalign retainer braces. They are creating value-added opportunities for businesses in the dental 3D printing industry. 3D printing has made it possible to create custom dental implants to meet the consumer’s particular requirements. Dental implant manufacturers recognize that the one-size-fits-all method for dental implants usually requires several variations of the same mouthpiece.
The dental 3D printing sector is producing innovative surgical guides, crowns and trays at comparatively rapid speeds and cost-effective methods. 3D printing has eliminated the lengthy procedure of taking impressions and creating a model of the patient’s teeth to create a dental device.
3D Printed Digital Models Help to Test Drive Patients’ Future Dental Outcomes
The dental 3D printing industry has invested in planning center’s that utilize the 3D printing process to help dentists plan their patients’ treatments. This has resulted in the idea of 3D-created digital designs that forecast the outcome of the patient’s teeth following all dental treatments.
3D printed models allow patients to experience the ideal future teeth. The dental 3D printing industry is creating new ideas on simulated final-results teeth that are 3D printed and worn inside the mouth so that patients can see and feel the impact. These business strategies help to bridge the gap between dentists and patients and have a common goal of the outcome of any dental procedure.
Dental 3D Printing Market: Overview
- Dentistry 3D Printing creates 3D solid dental models, such as implants and braces, surgical guides, crowns, dentures and bridges. The process of dental 3D printing can be described as an additive method that involves laying sequential layers of material programmed by a computer file to create 3D models. The need for 3D printing within the dental industry has grown because technology has improved, which allows dentists to perform dental procedures more precisely, efficiently, and with minor trauma to patients. However, the high price of the materials and software to operate dental 3D printers is one of the significant limitations in the industry.
- This report reviews the current situation and future outlook of the dental 3D printing industry. The rising incidence of dental illnesses like tooth decay, malocclusion and periodontal disease all over the world and the increasing focus on aesthetics are driving demands for crowns, dental implants, bridges, and dentures. This, along with the growing number of elderly patients, is one of the major factors expected to propel the dentistry 3D printing industry in the forecast time.
- The report gives an in-depth executive summary, which includes an overview of the various sectors in the market for dental 3D printing. The report also contains detailed information and analysis of the dentistry 3D printing marketplace segments according to technology, material application, end-user and location.
- The summary part of the document gives the reader a thorough review of the drivers and limitations and opportunities that affect the dentistry 3D printing marketplace.
- The report also provides company profiles, providing details about the business, portfolio of products, as well as the competitive landscape of firms that operate in the dentistry 3D printing industry.
- This report about the dental 3D printing industry gives an analysis of the market attractiveness of regions and segments.
- The last part of the report provides an analysis of quantitative and qualitative aspects of the market share and position of the major players in the global market for dental 3D printing. It analyzes the main strategies of competition used by the most prominent players in the market, providing a comprehensive knowledge of the current competitive landscape in the dentistry 3D printing industry.
Dental 3D Printing Market: Key Segments
- As far as technology is concerned, the dental printing industry is divided into vat photopolymerization (stereolithography as well as digital light processing), Poly jet modelling fused with deposition selective laser sintering and many more. The vat photopolymerization segment accounted for a large share of the global dental 3D printing industry in 2018. This trend is expected to continue throughout the forecast time.
- According to the type of material, the dental 3D printing industry is divided into photopolymer, metals ceramics, and others. Photopolymer was the most popular segment, accounting for an essential portion of the global dental 3D printing marketplace in 2018.
- In terms of applications and applications, the dental 3D printing industry is classified into dentures, dental implants and bridges, crowns and bridges and many more.
- Based on the end-user and end-user, the dental printing business has been divided into dental labs and clinics, dental academic and research institutes, as well as others.
- Each segment’s forecast and market value are available from 2017 until 2031. The CAGRs for each segment are also available from 2021 through 2031, taking 2017 through the year 2019 to be historical and 2020 as the base year.
Dental 3D Printing Market: Regional Outlook
- Based on the region, the global market for dental 3D printing is divided into North America (U.S. and Canada), Europe (U.K., Germany, Spain, Italy, France, and the Rest of Europe), Asia Pacific (China, India, Japan, Australia & New Zealand, and Rest of Asia Pacific), Latin America (Brazil, Mexico, and Rest of Latin America) and Middle East & Africa (GCC Countries, South Africa, and Rest of the Middle East & Africa). Each region considered in the market has been divided into countries/sub-regions.
- The market for dental 3D printing report gives value and forecast for each country/sub-region and region starting in 2017 until 2031. The annual compound growth rates (CAGRs) in each one of the countries and regions are also provided for the forecast period of 2021 until 2031. The dental 3D printing study market also examines these areas’ competitive landscape.
|Dental 3D Printing Market Report Scope and Segmentation|
|UNIT||Value (USD Million/Billion)|
|BY REGION||North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa|
Dental 3D Printing Market Segmentation
- North America
- The Netherlands
- Czech Republic
- Rest of Europe
- Asia Pacific
- South Korea
- Australia & New Zealand
- Rest of Asia Pacific
- South America
- Rest of South America
- The Middle East & Africa
- Saudi Arabia
- South Africa
- Northern Africa
- Rest of MEA
Companies Mentioned in Dental 3D Printing Report.
- Leading players in the industry of dental 3D printing have been identified by attributes like an overview of their company, product portfolio as well as financial overview, latest developments, as well as competitive business strategies.
- The major companies that are profiled in the dental 3D printing report include
- Envision TEC, Inc.
- 3D Systems, Inc.
- Renishaw plc.
- SLM Solutions
- Form labs, Inc.
- Stratasys Ltd.
- DWS S.r.l.
- Prod ways Group
- Asia, Carbon, Inc.
- DSI Ltd.
- Keystone Industries
- Zortrax S.A.
- Sprint Ray, Inc.
- Dentsply Sirona
- General Electric Company
- Rapid Shape GmbH
- Roland DG Corporation