Taiwan Dental Equipment & Implants Market to Rise at 12.0% CAGR till 2027

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The Taiwan dental equipment and implants market size is projected to reach USD 331.3 million by 2027, exhibiting a CAGR of 12.0% during the forecast period. Rising preference for digitized dental equipment across the country will help the market gain traction in the near future, states Fortune Business Insights™ in its report, titled “Taiwan Dental Equipment and Implants Market Size, Share and Industry Analysis, By Product Type (Dental Equipment {Dental Radiology Equipment, Dental Lasers, Dental Surgical Navigation Systems, and Others} and Dental Implants); By End User (Dental Equipment) {Hospitals, Dental Clinics, and Others}; and By End User (Dental Implants) {Hospitals, Dental Clinics, and Others}, 2020-2027”. Dental professionals in Taiwan are steadily shifting towards adopting digital dental equipment owing to the benefits they offer such as improved accuracy of procedures, greater patient comfort, faster diagnosis, and reduced costs.

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Industry Developments:

  • December 2019: The National Yang-Ming University teamed up with medical equipment manufacturers across Taiwan to establish a teaching demonstration center to promote digital dentistry in the country. The center will function as the base for Taiwan to expand its expertise in digital dentistry at the international level.
  • May 2019:Kuo Hwa Dental Suppliers introduced the LiteTouch™Er:YAG dental laser at the company’s launch event. The event included dental professionals who narrated their experience with the new laser product to a gathering of over 500 people.

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Market Driver

Successful Containment of COVID-19 by Taiwan to Favor Market Growth

Despite the country lying in the vicinity of China, Taiwan has displayed remarkable efficiency in controlling the spread of the coronavirus within its borders. For example, in April, when the global infections surpassed 70,000 and deaths stood at 30,000, Taiwan accounted for only 300 infections with just 5 deaths. One of the key steps taken by the Taiwanese government was to limit the number of workers in medical facilities, which substantially lowered the risk of infection within hospitals. The country also maintained a high bed-per-capita ratio, which ensured timely treatment and discharge of patients.

These efforts are aiding the Taiwan dental equipment and implants market growth as the successful containment of the coronavirus meant that the country never had to enforce lockdowns, though social distancing measures were imposed. As a result, unlike other countries, private clinics and specialty health units remained open and even though non-essential dental procedures have been reportedly postponed, cancellations have been fewer than those witnessed in most countries. However, global supply chain disruptions and stalled manufacturing activities will, nonetheless, cause minor setbacks to this market.

Taking advantage of this trend are the dental equipment and implants manufacturers in Taiwan that are developing digital dental hardware with advanced capabilities. For example, Hannox International Corp offers the Grace-X6 dental chair that is embedded with a hydraulic system and is fully controlled by a computer. The digital control panel also allows for a smoother and more enhanced operating experience for dentists. Another example is the digital tooth-implantation guidance system developed by the country’s Metals Industry Research and Development Center to enable dentists to precisely place implants, without damaging surrounding nerves. Thus, the promising progress made by digital technologies in Taiwan’s dental industry is predicted to considerably elevate the potential of the dental equipment and implants market in the country.