Bioceramic-Based Sealers Witness High Demand in Endodontic Reparative Cement Market: PMR

The dental care industry has evolved tremendously in the past few years attributing to the increased awareness about dental health and availability of advanced dental care tools. A recent study published by Persistence Market Research (PMR) assessed thoroughly the recent trends in the endodontic reparative cement market and found that it reached a valuation of nearly US$ 266 million in 2018. The study opines that the growth of the endodontic reparative cement will remain in proportion with the growth prospects of the global dental care industry, which indicates the positive outlook of the market for the coming future.

In 2018, the demand for bioceramic-based sealers accounted for more than 2/5th revenue share of the endodontic reparative cement market, and it will continue to grow at a rapid pace in the coming years, opines the PMR study. Bioceramic reparative cement is gaining immense popularity in the endodontic reparative cement market with its bioregenerative properties that are integral for various dental procedures and vital pulp therapies. With advent of next-generation technologies and advancements in biomaterial engineering, a mounting number of stakeholders in the endodontic reparative cement market are investing heavily in the development of new bioceramic materials with adequate biocompatibility and bioactive properties, finds the PMR study.

PMR also estimates that the adoption of Mineral Trioxide Aggregate (MTA) into clinical applications will have a significant influence on the emerging trends in the endodontic reparative cement landscape. In 2018, more than half of the revenue share accounted by bioceramic-based sealers in the endodontic reparative cement market was held by MTA-based bioceramic reparative cement, finds the study. Today, MTA is considered one of the most common biomaterials used in endodontic treatments, followed by calcium silicate and calcium phosphate, and this scenario will not change anytime soon, projects the PMR study.

Root Canal Obturation Holds Three-fourth Share of the Global Market Value

The PMR study finds that nearly 72% revenue share of the global market for endodontic reparative cement was accounted by root canal obturation, and it is likely to increase up to 75% by 2025. Among various dental care techniques, indications, and endodontic procedures that involve the use of reparative cement, root canal will remain the top trigger for the global sales of endodontic reparative cement in the coming years.

The PMR study also finds that the demand for MTA-based sealers as a root canal filling will remain high in the coming years, and this will mainly dictate stakeholders’ strategies in the endodontic reparative cement market. Market players are also focusing on improving the biological properties and penetration ability of endodontic reparative cement to suit the requirements in root canal obturation, opines the PMR study.

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The demand and sales of endodontic reparative cement are likely to remain highest in developed regions, including North America and Europe, attributing to the high awareness about dental health and availability of high-quality biomaterials used in reparative cements. However, in the coming years, manufacturers are likely witness high growth opportunities in developing countries, especially in East and South Asia, with the substantial rise in the dental care procedures performed in these countries, projects the PMR study.