The CAD/CAM (computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing) refers to a computer software that is used for both designing and manufacturing of products. In CAD, computer technology is used for design and design documentation. The World Dental CAD/CAM Market information, by type of product (in-Lab system, and in-office system), by component (equipment, and software), by application (crowns, dentures, bridges, veneers and inlays/onlays), by end user (dental laboratory, dental clinic, research/academic institute) – Forecast to 2027. CAM software uses the models and assemblies which are created in CAD software and generate tool paths that drives the machines which turns the designs into physical parts.
CAD/CAM is allowing dentists to customize appliances specifically for patients in a way that was not possible earlier. Now, due to technological advancements, everything from Sleep Apnea Appliances and Sports Mouth Guards to Splints and tools for treating Temporomandibular Joint Disorders are being created specifically for a patient with accuracy down to a couple microns and this has also enabled dentists to provide patients with better experience.
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Further newly emerging models for patient care are evolving clinical environments for dentists. It is expected that imaging and CAD/CAM is to replace traditional manufacturing in the near future due to some reasons which include better predictability, increased accuracy, increased efficiency and cost-effectiveness. These emerging models have hiked the growth of the Dental Service Organizations. DSOs stand to gain a more dominant presence in the dental industry. According to study, Dental Service Organizations (DSOs) currently compose about 7% of the dental market but they are expected to grow to about 20% of the market as DSOs enable dentists to invest in new technology. In addition, many of the dentists joining DSOs are more likely to incorporate these technologies into their practices.
Influence of digitalization in the dental industry:
The most recent advancements in dentistry include the approval of digital technologies in all forms to advance the excellence of care, and patient understandings. Digital dentistry comprises the broad aspects of technologies that bring the communication, production, documentation, and delivery of dental treatment under the canopy of computer-based algorithms. In the zone of the new-age dentistry three-dimensional images that have been designed for surface scanning, radiographic and photographic sets help to effortlessly capture the evidence of diagnosis. The outburst of innovative technologies in dentistry include 3D Printing and Digital Models which allows a well-organized flow of work for dental specialists, CAD/CAM which is used in numerous dental clinics to provide highly accurate design of items or materials to be constructed, Air-Abrasion which allows exact eradication of decomposed teeth without using a local anaesthesia to get oral problems such as cavities treated etc.
In The Recent News:
Dentsply Sirona holds a strong hand on deal renewals: The company which is based in New York (US) has recently announced the renewal of an existing distribution contract with Henry Schein Canada, Inc. This deal will continue until December 31, 2020. This contract extension is a clever move by Dentsply Sirona as the prior agreement did not include the CEREC CAD/CAM restoration system and the Schick line of imaging sensors. By including the above-mentioned lines of products, the company will take advantage from Henry Schein’s distribution network in Canada and further strengthen their market share.
Further, Align Technology one of the major players, which markets and manufactures system of clear aligner therapy, CAD/CAM (computer-aided design and manufacturing) and intra-oral scanners digital services used in dentistry, dental records storage and orthodontics has been working hard to increase workflow preferences of iTero scanners, in this situation, Align Technology has signed an agreement in August with Patterson dental a business unit of Patterson Companies Inc. from which Align Technology will benefit from its strong distribution network. Moreover the company has further collaboration with Exocad GmbH a company which is involved in development of CAD/CAM software, by this collaboration Align Technology will use the chairside CAD software to be particularly incorporated into Align’s iTero Element intraoral scanner, with this the software will support same day dentistry through the iTero Element scanner, this integrated system is expected to be marketed by Align Technology by 2018.
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As demand in the market for CAD/CAM systems will improve, there will be a numerous new players entering the market by 2016, which will lead to superior competition and a downward pressure on selling prices .The low penetration of CAD/CAM technology into the dentist office setting leaves substantial room for growth, promising significant revenue gains. In the US, for example, 3Shape’s TRIOS scanner will capitalize on dentists’ interest in substituting traditional impression taking methods with digital techniques.
Major Table of Content for Dental CAD/CAM Market:
1 Report Prologue
2 Market Introductions
2.2 Scope of Study
2.3 Research Objective
2.4 Assumptions & Limitations
3 Research Methodologies
3.1 Research Process
3.2 Primary Research
3.3 Secondary Research
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