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There is an increase in demand for dental implants as the population ages, one report states.
The Frost & Sullivan Advances in Dental Equipment and Materials paper looks at key factors believed to be driving the dental sector – and one of these is the growing connection between overall wellbeing and the health of one’s teeth.
Research analysts say there is now better knowledge among the elderly about how to achieve optimal health.
And this has boosted the dental implant industry worldwide, the report adds.
"Baby boomer consumers are also likely to have a significant impact, mainly on the implant industry. Moreover, there exists a huge unmet need, as the penetration of dental implants worldwide is still low."
The study also investigates global levels of tooth loss, gum and bone diseases, which are said to affect millions of people.
Due to this problem, the market for dental implants and materials is "huge", analysts conclude.
Research and Markets clients include Pfizer and Lundbeck.
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