Dental Diamond Burs Market Driver: Changing lifestyles and unhealthy food habits

Lifestyle changes, unhealthy food habits, and the growing intake of high-sugar food and aerated drinks result in a rapid decline in oral hygiene and increasing incidences of dental problems. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) Global Burden of Disease Study (2017), oral diseases have impacted ~3.5 billion people across the globe. Nearly 2.3 billion people and 530 million children suffer from cavities. This suggests an increased uptake of dental procedures and demand for dental equipment. Dental equipment is utilized for diagnosis, teeth removal, ortho-dentistry, restoration, and other dental treatments and procedures. This helps dentists in finding the cause of dental problems.

Growth in the prevalence of dental problems is due to factors, such as:

  • Increasing consumption of high-sugar foods: Chocolates, sugary cookies, cakes, ice cream, and donuts contain sugar in abundance. Bacteria present in the mouth grow as a result of high sugar. Sugary drinks leave a coating on gums and teeth that increases the bacterial attack leading to weakened dental health.
  • Consumption of tobacco-related products: The adverse impacts of tobacco on oral health include relatively harmless discoloration, halitosis, staining of teeth, oral mucosal diseases, smoker’s palate, smoker’s melanosis, increasing candidiasis, cavities, and malignant lesions; it could also lead to life-threatening oral cancer. 
  • Gum diseases: Bleeding gums, swelling, chronic bad breath, or sensitivity to cold or hot foods due to stubborn bacteria in oral cubicles are major factors resulting in poor oral health.

Oral piercing: According to the American Dental Association, a rising number of people are opting for oral piercing, resulting in a high rate of infection. Oral piercings are commonly seen in young adults, and the tongue is considered the most common site for oral piercing placement. This results in bleeding, chipped or damaged teeth, lacerations/scarring, palatal erythema, swelling, gingival recession, or unusual discharge from the pierced region. Such instances boost the demand for dental procedures.

The global dental diamond burs market size is estimated at USD 130 million in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 191 million by 2026, at a CAGR of 8.0%, between 2021 and 2026. Dental diamond burs are restorative instruments. The dental diamond burs market is witnessing high growth owing to the rising cases of dental diseases, increasing demand for cosmetic dentistry, growing dental tourism in emerging markets, changing lifestyles, unhealthy food habits, and the increasing disposable income in developing countries.

Browse 230 market data Tables and 60 Figures spread through 226 Pages and in-depth TOC on “Dental Diamond Burs Market by type (Diamonds, Tungsten Carbide, Stainless Steel), Application (Hospitals, Clinics), Technology (Electrolytic Co-deposition, Micro brazing, CVD (Chemical Vapor desposition), Sintering), and Region – Global Forecasts to 2026”

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