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Mercury-Free Dental Implants Materials Market is accounted for US$ 10.3 billion in 2020 with 5.7% CAGR by 2027 | Global Analysis by Size, Growth, Trends, Development Activities by Top Players And Country Level Analysis


Dhaka, 2 June, 2021: Zirconia, ceramic, or titanium, a biocompatible ceramic material, are used to make mercury-free dental implants. Without any symptoms of inflammation or foreign body rejection, zirconia fully assimilates (osseointegrates) into the jaw bone. The titanium implants have a grey tint to them. Since zirconia is white, it will not show through thin tissue. Dental prosthetics are dental implants or dental fillers that aid in bone formation and wound healing in dental cavities caused by tooth loss or decay. Because of their clinically validated strength and aesthetic advantages, more ceramic components have been introduced into dentistry in recent years. Treatment plans that include all-ceramic crowns and implant abutments are common, but the implant itself is now available in a one-piece design made of biocompatible zirconia.

Covid-19 Impact:

The spread of the coronavirus is affecting sales of mercury-free dental implant products, which are mostly used to treat various dental diseases. Near contact with the patient’s oral cavity, saliva, blood, and respiratory tract secretions is common during dental procedures, which may raise the risk of cross-infection. Moreover, dental clinics will remain closed in containment zones in the current scenario, but they will be able to provide tele triage. Patients in this zone can use an ambulance to get to a COVID dental facility nearby. Only emergency and urgent care procedures are allowed in the dental office.


The increasing incidence and prevalence of dental diseases such as dental carries is expected to boost the mercury-free dental implant materials market growth during the forecast period. Oral disease affects about 3.9 billion people worldwide, according to the FDI World Dental Federation’s Oral Health Atlas, released in 2015, with untreated tooth decay affecting about 44.0 percent of the world’s population. Bad oral health is caused by a poor diet, tobacco use, excessive alcohol intake, and poor oral hygiene, both of which contribute to a number of dental problems such as gum disease (gingivitis), periodontitis, cavities, sensitive teeth, and others.

Moreover, launch of new products is also expected to boost the growth of the mercury-free dental implants materials market. For instance, in June 2018, At EuroPerio9 (Congress of the European Federation of Periodontology) in Amsterdam, Nobel Biocare announced the launch of new NobelPearl ceramic implants. The two-piece, reversible cement-free internal attachment of NobelPearl provides greater restorative versatility than one-piece or cemented ceramic implants. The Inter-X internal link was created with ceramic implants in mind.


Even in developed economies like the United States and United Kingdom, high medical costs and lack of insurance coverage discourage the majority of the population from visiting a dentist, which is expected to hinder the growth of the mercury-free dental implants material market. For instance, According to the Oral Health Foundation’s 2016 figures, 88 percent of the adult population in the United Kingdom does not have dental insurance, and about 63 percent of adults tend to see NHS dentists rather than private dentists due to the latter’s high costs. Moreover, According to the American Dental Association’s New National Survey released in 2014, 40.2 percent of adults in the United States said they would forego dental treatment due to the high costs.

The mercury-free dental implants materials market is estimated to be valued at US$ 10.3 billion in 2020 and is expected to exhibit a CAGR of 5.7% during the forecast period (2020-2027).

Market Taxonomy:

Mercury-Free Dental Implants Materials Market, by Type, is segmented into:

  • Ceramic
  • Titanium
  • Zirconia
  • Others

 By End User:

  • Dental Clinics
  • Hospitals
  • Others

 By Region:

  • North America
  • Latin America
  • Europe
  • Asia Pacific
  • Middle East
  • Africa

Regional Analysis:

North America is expected to witness significant growth in mercury-free dental implants materials market owing to increasing tooth loss among adult and geriatric population. This resulted in rise in number of dental implantation procedures in the region. For instance, According to the American Academy of Implant Dentistry’s figures from August of last year, in 2017. Furthermore, about 500,000 people in the United States receive dental implantation care each year. As a result, the demand for mercury-free dental implant materials is expected to rise during the forecast period due to an increase in the number of dental implant procedures.

Moreover, Asia-Pacific is also expected to witness significant growth in mercury-free dental implants materials market. For instance, in August 2016, Equinox, a fast-growing dental implant business with a leading role in India’s value market, has been acquired by Institut Straumann AG. Straumann was able to penetrate the developing Indian market, where there is a huge demand for safe, efficient, and affordable tooth replacement solutions. Straumann will provide Equinox with the tools it needs to continue its development and dynamic growth in the value segment, as well as access to Equinox’s networks, infrastructure, and local knowledge to help Straumann build its premium brand in India.

Competitive Landscape:

Major players involved in the mercury-free dental implants materials market are, Huge Dental Material Co., Ltd., Kuraray Noritake Dental Inc., Zirkonzahn GmBH, 3M, VOCO GmBH, Danaher Corporation, Dentsply Sirona, Institut Straumann AG, Coltene Group, VITA Zahnfabrik, Upcera Dental Co. Ltd., Aidite Technology Co. Ltd. Ivoclar Vivadent AG, Mitsui Chemicals, Inc., GC Corporation, Ultradent Products Inc., and SHOFU Dental Corporation.

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