According to the study “Canada Crown and Bridge Procedures Outlook to 2025”, newer technologies in dental medicine have motivated critical oral health applications such as full mouth reconstructions, inlays, and bridges. These technologies use 3D imaging to draw and design dental restoration procedures making it stronger compared to milled teeth structures. Accuracy, simplicity, and dental insertion technologies will bolster the dental crowns and bridges procedures in Canada. Various materials used in the manufacture of dental crowns and bridges are metals and ceramics. Ceramic is a non-metal, crystalline, or an amorphous solid that can be fabricated to match the requirements of the patients. Ceramic has similar characteristics to the original tooth with durability and attractive translucent finish. Metal dental crowns and bridges are not as favourable or affordable as ceramics.
Dental crown is an essential dental entity used while fitting onto a tooth if it has cracked, decayed, or damaged. The crown is a permanent covering that fits over the original tooth, which is made of porcelain, gold and other metals. Porcelain crowns possess the most realistic appearance which can whiten, reshape, and realign existing teeth. If a tooth is removed, a device known as bridge is used to replace the space. A bridge is medically defined as a pontic or filler tooth that is attached to two surrounding crowns known as abutments. It is essential to fill gaps in the mouth where natural teeth are missing which causes multiple teeth to shift, occlusion (biting) and/or jaw problems, and spur periodontal disease. Dental bridges safeguard the integrity of existing teeth and help maintain a healthy, vibrant smile. Dental pontics and crowns are constructed as a single piece for patients’ convenience. Special care is needed to ensure that the gum line and area surrounding the new structure are kept clean to avoid infection. Special dental floss is necessary to clean underneath the teeth to maintain strong and healthy gums.
Factors such as technological advancements in dental care technologies, increasing aged population, and rising awareness of oral health are fuelling the demand for dental crowns and bridges procedures in Canada. Dental crowns and bridges procedure market has significant growth opportunities with many competitors. Increasing incidences of oral diseases is one of the key factors driving the growth of crown and bridge procedures market. It was observed that oral health problems are common among individuals of all ages, however, few dental problems are preventable. Some of the most common dental issues are bleeding gums, cavities, and halitosis. Diabetic patients are at higher risk of developing periodontal problems causing tooth loss. It was estimated that the number of people with diabetes is projected to increase drastically owing to more dental visits. This trend will propel the growth prospects for the dental crowns and bridges procedures outlook in Canada.
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Ankur Gupta, Head Marketing & Communications