Absolute Markets Insights offers its latest published report ‘Dental Drugs Market by Product Type (Anti-inflammatory drugs, Antibiotics, Pain killers, Fluoride, Anesthetics, Others); by Application (Academics/Institutes, Hospitals, Research Laboratories); 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 drugs market accounted for US$ 4.25 Bn in 2017. Due to recent developments in the healthcare segment, the number of drugs that the dentist may recommend, depending on patient’s condition is increasing. These drugs include anti-inflammatory, antibiotics, pain killers and many others. The dose of the drugs and guidelines on how to consume them varies from patient to patient, depending on what the drug is being used for, patient’s age, weight, and other concerns.
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The availability of drugs for different dental condition is increasing day by day with an increased focus on providing cost effective dental solutions. The existence of strict regulations and restrictions for establishing and operating dental practices, can prove to be an obstruction in the forward movement of the dental drugs market. With increasing disposable incomes, expensive cosmetic procedures are increasing the demand for dental restoration solutions and also aesthetic treatments like whitening, polishing, and preventive measures.
Antibiotic is Anticipated to be the Dominant Segment During the Forecast Period, 2018-2026
Antibiotics such as penicillin and amoxicillin (Amoxil) are used for treating a variety of infections that may result after dental procedures. The use of antimicrobial drug use among dental fraternity in dental colleges and hospitals has increased. According to the international Endodontic survey, out of a sample size of 120 participants, 81.6% (98/120) of the participants accepted frequent dental antibiotic usage.
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Increasing Government Funding to Dental Programs is Driving the Growth of Dental Drugs Market in North America
North America dominates the overall market due to various factors, which include increasing government funding to dental programs, and high disposable income with the people. High awareness among working specialists and adults about oral care is another factor boosting the market in the region.
Dental Drugs Market is Fragmented with the Presence of Global and Regional Players
Some of the primary participants are Bayer AG, Pfizer Deutschland GmbH, Dentsply International, Merck KGaA, AstraZeneca, Euticals S.p.a., Patterson Dental Supply, Inc., Septodont, Sunstar Suisse S.A., and Valeant, amongst others. In January 2017, Merck KGaA partnered with Palantir Technologies, developer of sophisticated data integration and analysis software, at Palantir’s headquarters in Palo Alto, California. The partnership would help to leverage Palantir’s advanced data analytics capabilities to help Merck KGaA develop and deliver medicines to patients, commercialize new products, and improve patient outcomes.
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Dental Drugs Market – By Types
- Anti-Inflammatory drugs
- Pain Killers
Dental Drugs Market – By Application
- Research Laboratories
Market By Regions
- North America
- Rest of Europe
- Asia Pacific
- South East Asia
- Rest of Asia Pacific
- Latin America
- Rest of Latin America
- Middle East & Africa
- GCC Countries
- Southern Africa
- Rest of MEA
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