DUBLIN, IRELAND--(Marketwired - February 19, 2016) - Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "3D Printing in Dentistry 2015: A Ten Year Opportunity Forecast and Analysis " report to their offering.
The dental industry is transforming into a fully-digital one quicker than most dentists imagined, and 3D technologies are completely altering the way in which dental solutions can be approached thanks to its ability to print a variety of complex shapes on demand, in a variety of applicable materials, in significant volumes.
No other industry currently adopting 3D printing has the same combination of high value, high performance, and high volume parts required by the dental industry, making 3D printing a near perfect fit for true disruption and game changing capability compared to existing traditional methods of production.
In fact, dentistry is such a good fit for the principal value of 3D printing, that nearly every 3D printing process and major provider can apply its technology to the space in some way -- although not all do today, they may in the future. Both polymer and metallic applications exist in significant variety, for everything from surgical guides and models, casting and tools to aid in traditional techniques, to actual dental restorative components for both temporary and permanent solutions.
Readers of this report will gain insight into the multitude of applications for 3D printing in dentistry, with all of the latest advancements and technological developments for 3D printing taken into account. In addition, the author analyzes the total market for 3D printed dental components across categories, so that readers from the dental industry may understand the potential penetration today and into the future to measure future business initiatives against.
The market is segmented by:
- Print Technology
- Material Type
One of the key findings in the report is that 3D technologies are completely changing the way in which dental solutions can approached.
It lists a number of benefits, such as its ability to print in:
- A variety of complex shapes
- In a variety of applicable materials
- And in significant volumes.
The report highlights how both polymer and metallic applications are used for:
- Surgical guides and models
- Casting and tools to aid in traditional techniques
- Actual dental restorative components (both temporary and permanent)
Why Buy this Report?
- Insight into the multitude of applications for 3D printing in dentistry
- Analysis of latest advancements and technological developments
- Analysis of total market for dental components across categories
- 3D Systems
- Concept Laser
Chapter One: Review of Opportunities, Users, Applications, and 3D Printing Dental Technology
Chapter Two: Examination of Polymer Dental Applications for 3D Printing
Chapter Three: Examination of Metal and Non-Polymer Dental Applications for 3D Printing
Chapter Four: Key Firms to Watch for 3D Printing in Dental Markets
Chapter Five: Summary of Ten-Year Forecasts for 3D Printing Technology, Materials, Software and Services
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/pk8lvw/3d_printing_in
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