3D-Printed maxillofacial implants are used for the adjunctive and surgical treatment of diseases, defects, and injuries involving both aesthetic aspects of the hard and soft tissues of the maxillofacial region. 3D-printing is a rapid prototyping technique used for developing custom implants for the reconstruction maxillofacial defects. The 3D technique is used for bending plates, tailoring implants, manufacturing templates for bone grafts, intraoperative occlusal splints and osteotomy guides. 3D models simulate anatomy and used for designing custom model according to patient requirements.
There are different technologies used for manufacturing 3D-printed maxillofacial implants namely, electron beam melting, photopolymer jetting, binder jetting, fused deposition modeling, laser melting, photopolymer jetting, and stereolithography. Stereolithography, fused deposition modeling and photopolymer jetting is most common types used for manufacturing 3D-printed maxillofacial implants. Stereolithography uses a laser beam in the 2D pattern for resin and it produces 3D objects by curing layers of resin and polymer with a UV laser. It is known as the gold standard in manufacturing 3D-printing maxillofacial implants. Fused deposit modeling is similar to stereolithography and it is the cost-effective method.
3D-printed maxillofacial implants have gained importance due to the better performance over the traditional methods and they are a custom designed model with increased patient compliance. The market is likely to grow owing to the increasing awareness regarding 3D-Printed Maxillofacial procedures, and the equal effectiveness of custom surgeries is expected to fuel the growth of the 3D-Printed Maxillofacial market. The rising demand for such implants has also evolved owing to the limited post-surgical care requirements which are among the factors which would aid the growth of the 3D-Printed Maxillofacial market over the forecast years.
The increasing effectiveness of 3D-Printed Maxillofacial due to reduced surgical times, and elimination of constraints of shape, internal structure and size. All these factors act as a driver of the burgeoning growth of the facial toning devices market.Due to limited data availability of substantial data the usage of 3D-printed maxillofacial implants were limited and act as a restraint on the growth of the market. Hospitals, Clinics, Ambulatory Surgical Centers
Global 3D-Printed Maxillofacial Implants market has witnessed a robust growth due to increasing demand due to raising awareness. 3D-Printed Maxillofacial Implants market has a presence of many regional players which have a huge market share in emerging countries operating at regional or country level. There are huge opportunities for the untapped markets in emerging countries due to few approved players of the 3D-Printed Maxillofacial Implants. The key players in the 3D-Printed Maxillofacial Implants market are mainly focused on expansion by collaborations and partnerships with local vendors in increase the market reach of the products. The future of 3D-Printed Maxillofacial Implants market anticipated with double CAGR during forecasting period.
Global 3D-Printed Maxillofacial Implants market segmented into following regions North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia-Pacific, Japan and the Middle East and Africa. North America is dominant in the Global 3D-Printed Maxillofacial Implants market mainly due to increased acceptance by end-user population. In North America, particularly the USA is dominating due to the high penetration. Economic conditions in the APAC region are set to drive the 3D-Printed Maxillofacial Implants market to new heights.
European and APAC are fastest growing region due to rising awareness of 3D-Printed Maxillofacial Implants Market. Growth in the Middle East and African region is considerably less when compared to the other regions. However, North America would maintain its position in the 3D-Printed Maxillofacial Implants market, though, we are anticipating emerging economies such India, China, Brazil, to have the highest growth rate in 3D-Printed Maxillofacial Implants market.
The key participants in the 3D-Printed Maxillofacial Implants market mainly include Materialise, DePuy Synthes, and others. Companies are mainly focused on R&D to strengthen core competencies of the company’s product portfolio.
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