Global Dental Burs Market is anticipated to reach to US$ 1080.60 Mn until 2022

Dental burs are mechanical devices commonly used in the field of dentistry. These burs are used for cutting hard tissues, tooth or bone. Rising dental concerns among people have accelerated the growth of dental burs market.

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Absolute Markets Insights offers its latest published report ‘Dental Burs Market by Shank Type (Long Straight Shank, Latch – Type Shank, Friction Grip Shank); by Material (Stainless Steel, Tungsten Carbide, Others); by Shape (Round, Straight, Inverted Cone, Tapered Fissure, Pear Shaped); by Application (Surgical, Orthodontic, Laboratory, Others); by Regional Outlook (U.S., Rest of North America, France, UK, Germany, Spain, Italy, Rest of Europe, China, Japan, India, Southeast Asia, Rest of Asia Pacific, GCC Countries, Southern Africa, Rest of MEA, Brazil, Rest of Latin America) – Global Insights, Growth, Size, Comparative Analysis, Trends and Forecast, 2018 - 2026.’ The author of the report analyzed that the Global Dental Burs Market accounted for US$ 828.20 Mn in 2017.

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Dental burs are mechanical devices commonly used in the field of dentistry. These burs are used for cutting hard tissues, tooth or bone. Dental burs used for dental procedures mainly consists of materials such stainless steel and tungsten carbide. Rising dental concerns among people have accelerated the growth of dental burs market. The major factor responsible for the development of the global market is the increasing elderly population and the prevalence of dental caries and other periodontal diseases in them. The issues related to root caries and dry mouth increases with the growing age. However, the shortage of skilled dental professionals and high cost of dental equipment is hampering the market growth. The gradual shift towards new and upgraded technologies and products aimed at providing cost effective dental equipment can present substantial growth opportunities for dental burs market.

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Tungsten Carbide Material is Estimated to be the Dominant Segment Growing at a Significant Rate During 2018-2026.
Tungsten carbide is a metal that is about three times stiffer than steel and extremely hard. These burs can withstand high temperatures. The hardness of these burs, are instrumental in maintaining a sharp cutting edge and can be used multiple times without becoming dull. Tungsten carbide leaves the tooth surface smooth and more aesthetically pleasing, and hence it is preferred by majority of dentists. Thus, the widespread adoption has enabled tungsten carbide in garnering the largest market share. It is also anticipated to be the most attractive segment during the forecast period.

Rising Dental Concerns Amongst the Growing Population to Drive the Market in Asia Pacific
Asia-Pacific is expected to be the fastest evolving dental burs market due to growing dental concern among people leading to increase in demand for dental procedures. The sudden surge in healthcare and cosmetic expenditures of people in the countries such as India, China, and South Korea, and the rise in geriatric population are the other crucial factors propelling the market growth. The Asia Pacific is an emerging region because of their adoptions made on technological advancements, better oral care awareness, and growing medicinal tourism.

Global Dental Burs Market is Fragmented with the Presence of Number of Global and Regional Players.

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Some of the primary participants global dental burs market include 3M, BL tech, Lohmann & Rauscher, Ossur, Parker Medical Associates, Proteor, Tynor Orthotics Pvt. Ltd., Troge Medical, S&F Inc., BSN Medical, Prime Medical Inc., UTANCO INDIA, K. S. Surgical Pvt. Ltd., Ansen Medical Co., Ltd., and CNF Medical among others. In March 2017, Brasseler USA introduced the winter restorative concepts family of diamond burs and refinement instruments. The winter restorative concepts line provides the most positive outcomes possible for the widest range of crown and design in both anterior and posterior regions. In January 2018, Prima Dental and Sinyuan Bur & Tool Co (SBT), launched a joint venture company, Wave Dental in China. The new company will manufacture and supply dental drills across China and other Asian countries to meet the growing demand for dental burs in this region.

Dental Burs Market - By Shank Type:
o Long Straight Shank
o Latch – Type Shank
o Friction Grip Shank

Dental Burs Market - By Material:
o Stainless Steel
o Tungsten Carbide
o Others

Dental Burs Market - By Shape:
o Round
o Straight
o Inverted Cone
o Tapered Fissure
o Pear Shaped

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