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SmarTech Analysis: 3D Printing in the Dental Sector Continues to Grow Strongly

SmarTech Analysis has published a new iteration of a flagship report, 3D Printing in Dentistry 2023: Market Study & Forecast. In 2022 the dental 3D printing market generated $4B in revenue, accounting for nearly one third of the overall additive manufacturing market.

SmarTech’s seventh edition of 3D Printing in Dentistry details trends in the broader dental industry that have emerged since the fade of COVID-19 era upheaval and provides a look into the future of the dental printing market. The study and accompanying market database cover dental printing hardware innovations, competitive landscape and strategies, segmentation of the industry, and future scenarios driving both growth and challenges that will face the litany of current market participants.

Companies mentioned within the report and data include but are not limited to: BEGO, Dentsply Sirona, Whip Mix, DMG, Straumann, Ivoclar, 3D Systems, Stratasys, Desktop Health (ETEC), DWS, Formlabs, SprintRay, Asiga, Structo, Trumpf, EOS and EPlus.

SmarTech’s 3D Printing in Dentistry is the authoritative market report for additive manufacturing in the dental industry, historically relied upon by global dental companies, 3D printing companies in dental industry, and entrepreneurs and investors.

The total global dental 3D printing market will grow from an estimated $4B in 2022 to just over $9.7B by 2031. Currently, dental printing accounts for around 30 percent of the total additive manufacturing market when accounting for the value of printing by laboratories and production centers. SmarTech estimates that in 2022 the global additive manufacturing market generated about $13.5B in total.

Competitive pressure in the dental 3D printing market is catalyzing a revitalization of technical development for 3D printing. These dynamics are seen it many examples, from seemingly small printer features that can further reduce costs or improve user friendliness, to entirely new solutions that can capture share based on entirely new concepts from a customer base that soon will become savvy end users of printing.

The dental industry is in a process of meting out if traditional players in 3D printing will succeed as independent solution developers or if ultimately the incumbent dental solution providers will take the development torch from here.

The full report can be found here.

Find out more about SmarTech Analysis at smartechanalysis.com.


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