Both patient and the general practitioner have various options for opting type of materials and procedures for restoring missing teeth and carious lesions. Different choices in the type of material and procedures to restore the other components such as form, appearance and function is an important concern for health care that is finally made by the patient after consultation with dental practitioner. Information provided by the practitioner are concise, clear and best of their knowledge. Continuous advancement in the field of science and technology compels all homologous organizations to develop accordingly due to rapid globalization in modern society. Furthermore, marketing power of industries involved in dental material manufacturing has influenced on the decision power of restorative materials, especially regarding the restoration type such as direct & indirect and metallic & esthetic.
There are basically three types of restorative material categories direct, semi-direct and indirect that are used in dental construction and maintenance. Direct restorative materials are those materials from which, small part of tooth structure can be replaced directly into small cavities that are the result of decay. These are the direct techniques carried out in a single time visit using composite resins. There may be discrepancies even in perfectly placed composite restorations and they can show a margin of stain and future marginal leakage in five years of intraoral service. The choice of materials depends on the position of the teeth. The same restorative materials not appropriate to support the construction on every teeth, the intensity of pressure may vary and different material have their own level of durability.
Revenue growth in the direct and indirect restorative materials is expected to gain traction in the near future owing to favorable environmental cues in the market such as teeth and gum problem and rise in smoking population globally. Taking in account all options under restorative materials available in daily clinical practice majorly the frequently hampering factor in the market is the decision of both professional and patient in selecting the most appropriate material for restoration process. Furthermore, the number of cases nowadays are on the rise regarding the teeth decay and other tooth problem. Rise in awareness for the better oral health among the population globally is expected to underpin the growth in the direct and indirect restorative materials market.
Direct and indirect restorative material can be effective in old age problems as the elderly people are more prone to various oral diseases including the teeth deterioration. The percentage of most frequent consumers for the restorative materials is mainly contributed by elderly patient s and the people between the ages of 45 to 80. This is turn is expected to favor market for restorative materials in the region where the population of elderly people is more prominent along with the presence of significant level of awareness.
However, there are some more factors that impede the market such as the availability of the resources and limited working potential. The cost of the best material are expected to hinder the market growth in the near future.
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By region, direct and indirect restorative materials market is segmented into five regions: North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East & Africa. North America dominates the global direct and indirect restorative materials market due to advancement in the type of materials and the frequent use of better quality of equipment in the region extensive use of the technology. However, growth in other Asian regions is projected to grow with an increase in demand for research process due to the more prevalence of cardiac disorders and cancer.
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