The dental implant market is dominated by large MNCs, a trend that has been exacerbated by increasing consolidation among competitors. Nonetheless, low-cost competitors continue to gain share as demand for value products expands, particularly in emerging markets. To remain competitive, MNCs will increasingly expand their efforts to target the value segment.

This Medtech 360 Report provides comprehensive data and analysis on the top competitors in the global dental implant market and provides high-level market value data for the global dental implant market over the next 10 years.

The global dental implant market will continue to see widespread M&A activity and partnership opportunities.

Which companies are acquiring other competitors, and how are these transactions benefiting their competitive strategies?

What strategic partnerships are being formed to enable dental implant manufacturers to expand their capabilities and extend their product portfolios?

What challenges are companies facing as they consolidate?

Low-cost competitors have made inroads in the global dental implant market in recent years, and MNCs such as Straumann and Dentsply Sirona have been acquiring these companies in order to remain competitive.

Which countries have low-cost competitors experienced the most success in? What are their future opportunities for expansion?

Which strategic partnerships and acquisitions have premium players engaged in? How have these strategies affected their businesses?

A strong position in the large North American market will continue to be important for success; however, the fast-growing Asia Pacific market will become increasingly important going forward. 

Which companies have strong positions in North America? Which companies have strong positions in the Asia Pacific region?

How do these two markets differ? How can a company position itself well for growth in both regions?

Which long-term strategies will be the most effective in capturing market share in this changing global climate?

Technological innovations will help manufacturers to differentiate their products in the global dental implant market.

How are companies using complementary products, such as digital dentistry offerings, to differentiate their portfolios?

What innovations are being made in terms of materials and surface treatments that will help the competitors spur unit sales in this space?

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  • Dental Implants - Market Insights - Competitor Insights

Author(s): Swarnadip Dutta, MBA

Swarnadip Dutta is a team lead within the Orthopedics, Dental, and Aesthetics Medtech Insights team at Decision Resources Group, specializing in the fields of dental implants, joint reconstruction, and craniomaxillofacial devices. Swarnadip holds a Master's degree in Bioinformatics and Biotechnology from SRM University, an MBA in Operations Management, and a Six Sigma Green Belt certification from the Indian Statistical Institute.

Follow Swarnadip on Twitter: @Swarnadip_DRG.

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